Students who are working below grade level entering 8th grade will benefit greatly from this curriculum designed to give individual attention to each student. Basic skills in specific subject areas of math, language arts, and science are reinforced using a variety of teaching techniques and materials tailored to each student’s skill level. Executive functioning is incorporated into the daily syllabus, including study skills, organization, and problem solving.
Jayme McMahon is currently a faculty member at American Heritage. She earned a Master of Science in Education from Long Island University. She has been teaching for ten years and has taught grades kindergarten through 8th grade. She has taught the lower school enrichment courses for the Summer Institute for five years.
Ingrid Bryan is a graduate of Florida International University with a Bachelor in Communications. She spent 15 years as a news anchor/reporter. She retired from reporting to teach and raise her children. Ingrid is certified to teach English and Journalism and has taught at American Heritage School for 11 years.
American Heritage teacher Alyssa Kinigsberg has been teaching middle school English for nine years. She always knew her one career goal was to teach English, so she earned her Bachelor in English Education from Florida State University. She holds a professional teaching certification in English grades 6-12. In addition to teaching, she also works as a writer for the American Heritage social media team. In the past, she has served as a Teacher Mentor, Professional Learning Community facilitator, SSAT Prep Instructor, Yearbook Coordinator, tutor, and editor. Her approach to teaching English promotes analytical, critical thinking partnered with creative expression while fostering an appreciation for literature and the English language. She is an enthusiastic educator with a passion for inspiring lifelong thinkers, readers, and writers.
A class may be canceled if fewer than 6 students enroll. A specific teacher is not guaranteed. To protect the privacy rights of all, there is absolutely no videotaping or recording. Students must be age appropriate for the course. Young children must be supervised by a parent at all times. It is the parent’s responsibility to check with their child’s school when seeking credit for a course.