Christine joined T/TAC W&M in 2014. She earned her B.S. in Psychology with a Minor in Social Studies and Education from the Women’s Christian College, Madras, India. In 1989, Christine graduated from William & Mary with an M.Ed. in Special Education.
Certified as a Wilson Dyslexia Therapist, she has over 25 years of experience teaching students with reading and language-based disabilities including dyslexia at both the elementary and secondary levels. She is a LETRS National Professional Learning Facilitator and a SIM Learning Strategies Professional Developer.
Prior to joining T/TAC W&M, Christine instructed students in reading and written language, Algebra I and Geometry, as well as worked in collaborative classroom settings with students with visual and auditory impairments. Christine’s areas of expertise include learning disabilities, behavior management, and elementary through secondary reading, language, math, and science instruction. Her forte is adapting and modifying curriculum for students’ special learning needs.
Christine is passionate about instruction and believes that teachers are the conduit to every student reaching his/her/their potential. For assistance with instructional coaching, student progress monitoring, learning strategies instruction, inclusive practices, and collaboration please contact Christine.