Middle School Generalists, Elementary / Lower School
Taught a variety of student populations in grades Pre-K through 6th, including students with disabilities, children with autism, and gifted and talented students, for the past twelve years. She graduated with a Masters Degree in Elementary Education and a Specialization in Literacy from the University of Florida and obtained a second Masters Degree in Special Education at Touro College. She has been trained in the Orton Gillingham method and has a deep passion for reading and writing. Brooke currently works as a 6th Grade SETSS teacher at 75 Morton, where she helps her students improve executive functioning skills and build academic self-confidence. Additionally, she is a Director of Curriculum and Instruction at The GO Project, a NYC non-profit where she collaborates with teachers to provide positive academic and social emotional experiences to under-resourced and academically-struggling students. When she is not teaching, Brooke enjoys yoga, barre class, historical fiction books, and trying different sushi restaurants around the city.