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Synchronized Learning with Meghan Adler

Meghan Meghan Adler has been an educator for over twenty-five years. Her experiences have been profiled in The New York Times and The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity. She holds a BS in Elementary Education, as well as an MS in Reading, and has served as an adjunct professor of literacy at Hofstra University’s Graduate School of Education.

Meghan currently works as a learning and literacy specialist in Manhattan and the Hudson Valley. 

Meghan offers individual learning support to students in Grades 2 – College. She is also available through video conferencing.

Meghan collaborates with pediatric neurologists, neuropsychologists, occupational therapists, and speech and language pathologists to develop learning plans and implement instruction for students with learning differences. She specializes in working with ADHD, dysgraphia, dyslexia, executive function disorder, expressive language disorder, nonverbal learning disorder, and working memory weaknesses.

Support & Instruction In:

Writing 
• College & High School Application Essays
• Creative, Expository, Informational & Persuasive Essays
• Poetry Workshops

Reading 
• Comprehension Strategies
• Book Clubs for Students Who “Hate” to Read

Executive Function
Homework Help, Organization & Planning 
Time-Management
Self-Regulation Skills
Sensory Integration Skills
Study & Work Space Design
Test-Taking Preparation

Educational Training Experience

Amherst Writers and Artists 
Balanced Literacy
Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading
Handwriting Without Tears
The Hochman Method – The Writing Revolution
Junior Great Books
Learning Ally
Lindamood Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing
Making Math Real
Math in the City
Rapid Automatized Naming
Real Script 
Responsive Classroom 
Social Thinking
Structured Word Inquiry
Teachers College Reading & Writing Units of Study 
TERC Math – Investigations
Thinking Maps
Universal Design for Learning
Visual Thinking Strategies
Wilson Fundations
Wilson Just Words
Writer’s Studio Method