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                             It's SPRING!!!

    In the past, I have taught Mathematics to middle school and high school students. I loved it! In class, students would frequently “apply” newly attained skills through project-based learning. Students would often be seen creating a catapult and launching gummie bears to measure the distance traveled! Students would build bridge from toothpicks and candy dots, comparing their strength. Students learn by doing!
    Now I work for Special Services as a Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant (LDT-C) and have been for    years!
    Firstly, What is an LDT-C???  An LDT-C needs to be a former teacher that  takes care of the academic part of an individualized educational program. 
    What are responsibilities as an LDT-C? The learning disability teacher consultant (LDT-C) is trained to determine the learning styles of students,  determine specific achievement levels in a variety of content areas, and to recommend specific teaching methods and strategies that may benefit a student. 
    LDT-C's are generally called upon to advise and/or model specific strategies and methods that may benefit students. 
    Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you son or daughter appears to be struggling!  I am currently in Smalley School! Questions? Concerns? Please call or email!
    Email Address: cmusso@bbrook.org    Phone number: 732-652-7950 x3512