April is a special education and learning support teacher who has been working with students with disabilities and learning challenges for over 10 years. She comes from Philadelphia, where she graduated from Temple University with a dual degree in Special Education and Elementary Education, and additionally earned certificates to teach middle school Mathematics, English, and Science. She has a strong behavioral background which has involved supporting students in specialized and inclusive settings, creating behavior goals and plans, working with students to teach self-regulation skills and executive function skills, and implementing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs for students with Autism. April has supported students with a variety of learning challenges and has experience working with students with language delays and processing disorders, as well as supporting English language learners, to develop academic and social language.
Specializes in: self-regulation skills, executive function skills, Applied Behavior Analysis, language delays and processing disorders, development of academic and social language