With extensive experience in both private and public schools over the past nine years, including the Landmark School in Massachusetts, Christina Rothstein provides specialized reading instruction and executive functions coaching to children of many ages. Christina’s mantra: in order to build resilience and empowerment, students must be included in the learning process, and academic tasks should be structured for success. When not working with individual students, Christina develops and facilitates professional development for educators. Christina received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. She earned her Master’s degree in Education from Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts.
- Certified Special Education Teacher
- Master’s Degree in Education (Moderate Special Needs)
- Case Manager
- Experienced Executive Functions Coach
- Training and experience in many reading programs including: Lindamood-Bell Visualizing & Verbalizing, Lindamood-Bell Seeing Stars, Lindamood-Bell Phoneme Sequencing Program and Orton-Gillingham
- Specialized approaches to instruction for decoding, spelling, fluency, comprehension, language organization and writing
Whether working on organizational skills, reading or writing, the goal remains the same: provide a structured, engaging and warm environment that allows for growth and development. I am always working to increase awareness of learning strengths and challenges, build confidence and self-efficacy, identify strong, realistic expectations and goals, and reflect upon my students’ progress and experiences.
“A master can tell you what he expects of you. A teacher, though, awakens your own expectations.”