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Keys to Meaning: What Teachers and Tutors Can Do to Improve Reading Comprehension Skills Paperback – July 25, 2012
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Carmen Y. Reyes, The Psycho-Educational Teacher has more than twenty years of experience as an educational diagnostician, resource room teacher, and self-contained special education teacher. Her classroom background, in New York City and her native Puerto Rico, includes 10+ years teaching children with emotional and behavioral problems, and 4+ years teaching students with a learning disability or low cognitive functioning. Carmen has a bachelor ’s degree in psychology (University of Puerto Rico) and a master ’s degree in special education with a specialization in emotional disorders (Long Island University, Brooklyn: NY). She also has extensive graduate training in psychology (30+ credits). Carmen is the author of 60+ books and articles in child guidance and in alternative teaching techniques for struggling learners. All her publications are available on her blog, The Psycho-Educational Teacher.
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