Maryann Chatfield

 
Work​
Experience​
Babylon Union Free School District
Babylon, NY  2017-Present

Reading Teacher

 

Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners & Educators
Amenia, NY  Present

Member, Information & Outreach Committee

Former Co-Editor, Academy Newsletter 

 

Niemanville, Millbrook, NY 

Present

Train and mentor teachers in the use of the Orton-Gillingham Approach within the United States

 

Indian Mountain School, Lakeville, CT

2014 to 2015

Tutor, Grades 5-9 in a private school setting / SSAT Prep

 

The Kildonan School, Amenia, NY

2004 to 2013

• Fellow Member, Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners & Educators 
• Mentored Language Therapists / Co-taught Associate Level Training Course
• Tutored students with language-based learning disorders and dyslexia
• Analyzed neuropsychological reports and assessments / designed appropriate instruction 
• Taught all subjects in grades 2-6 using differentiated instruction and multi-sensory techniques

 

Niemanville, Millbrook, NY

2004-2014 (Summer Camp)

Designed and implemented multisensory Orton-Gillingham instruction to meet needs of learners based on their neuropsychological reports

Education
Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY

2009  

Master of Arts, Educational Psychology

 

Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners & Educators, Amenia, NY

2009       

Fellow

Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

1995 

Certification, Elementary Education, K-6

York College, Jamaica, NY

1980  

Bachelor of Science, Anthropology. Graduated cum laude.

Professional Development

• Orton-Gillingham Training including:  Associate, Certified, and Fellow-in-Training
• Various Language Training Seminars: Stages of Reading Development, Metacognition/Reading Comprehension, Overview of WISC IV, Brain Memory, Strategies for Multisensory Comprehension Instruction

Presentations
  • Co-presenter at the NY Branch of the International Dyslexia Association Conference, NY

  • March 2008;  Orton-Gillingham Fun & Games

  • March 2007  Multi-sensory teaching linking the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile neuronal pathways

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