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Reading Reform Foundation
Reading Reform Foundation of New York
Reading Reform Foundation
333 W. 57Th Street Suite 1L
Reading Reform Foundation offers courses all year round which model the techniques of our approach to teaching. Participants may be certified teachers, administrators or parents. Classes are held in our conveniently located headquarters, one half-block we...
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Reading Reform Foundation of New York - Course Instructors
Leona D. Spector has a Master's degree with a specialization in corrective reading from Hunter College.
She is the author of Spector Phonics: A Guideline to a Multisensory Reading Program, which is being used in many schools.
Mrs. Spector is a consultant, teacher trainer and Fellow of the Orton- Gillingham Academy.
has trained hundreds of classroom teachers, paraprofessionals and volunteers.
She is a founder of the New York branch of the International Dyslexia Association and is a Trustee of Reading Reform Foundation of New York.
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Leona SpectorLeona D. Spector has a Master's degree with a specialization in corrective reading from Hunter College.She is the author of Spector Phonics: A Guideline to the Multisensory Reading Program, which is being used in many schools. Mrs. Spector is a consultant, teacher trainer and Fellow of the Orton- Gillingham Academy.She
has trained hundreds of classroom teachers, paraprofessionals and volunteers.She is a founder of the New York branch of the International Dyslexia Association and is a Trustee of Reading Reform Foundation of New York.
Education Update - Reading Reform Foundation Hosts Annual Conference
Leona D. Spector, Vice President of Reading Reform Foundation, Trustee Sandra Priest Rose, and President Aileen Lewisohn Godsick were all in attendance at the conference.
Obviously pleased with the turnout, Spector
felt confident that the workshops that followed Dr. Ravitch's address would prove beneficial to both teachers and students.
assured attendees that the workshops would reinforce what teachers were already doing and would offer many ideas to take back to the classroom.
So why does the Reading Reform Foundation
host a conference like this year after year?Rose enthusiastically summed up the answer when she
stated unequivocally, ,We love teachers., We can unequivocally add that teachers love the Reading Reform Foundation
because they are taught how to convert their children into fluent readers and lifelong learners.#
To register for this event, or for more information, please contact Leona D. Spector, RRFNY, at 212/307-7320; or visit www.ReadingReformNY.org.
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Education Week--2003-2004 Calendar of Events
Contact: Leona D. Spector, RRFNY, 333 W. 57th St., Suite 1L, New York, NY 10019; (212) 307-7320; fax: (212) 307-0449; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: www.readingreformny.org.