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Selected Professional Development
Making Math Real
Overview, K-12 (June 2021)
Fundamental Organizing & Productivity Principles (June 2021)
The Association of Educational Therapists
Professional Mentorship under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Franklin (2021)
AB 1172 Positive Behavior Training by Laura Mooiman
Positive Behavior Training course meets AB 1172 requirements for health professionals and special education teachers working with students in California
Google Certified Educator | Level 1
I have demonstrated the fundamental skills necessary to use Google’s tools in the classroom; this Level 1 certification validates standard technology implementation abilities.
Gal S, M. Ed Psychology, (she/her/hers)
Executive Function Specialist (she/her/hers)
Bachelor's in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Master’s in Education Psychology
Hi! My name is Gal. I am an Educational Psychologist based in NYC with over 10 years of experience teaching in classroom and one-on-one settings. After graduating from the University of Central Florida in 2015 with a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, I obtained my Master’s in Ed. Psychology and have, since then, been practicing as a learning specialist across California and here, on the East Coast. I provide academic and social-emotional support to students with a variety of learning differences and have traveled the world teaching English and Spanish. Having trained in the Linda-Mood Bell program and many other curriculums, I am equipped to assist students with a variety of special needs. I seek to crate meaningful connections with families, and aid my students in bringing joy to their learning journeys.
My pedagogy is rooted around empowering my students. I wish to help them formulate their own perspectives of the world around them and encourage them to “look inwards to see outwards.” I find inspiration in acting as a guide to my students, providing them with the tools to learn beyond their academic load, and accomplish self-mastery through compassion, confidence and hard-work. I believe we must value and respect individual differences, for which I center my practice around guiding my students to finding confidence and motivation in the process.
I work with students who need support with social and emotional learning, developing a growth mindset, and who need guidance with their executive functioning skills. For this, I act as a mentor as students assume a more active role in their learning process.