Sound & Letter Time Building Phonemic Awareness & Alphabet Recognition Skills NEW! Grades PreK-1

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Michal Rosenberg

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Michal Rosenberg, Ph.D
Michal Rosenberg, Ph.D has over thirty years of teaching and consulting experience in the field of special education. Her main expertises are in program development and counseling in the areas of reading instruction and early reading intervention.

She is the author of several language curriculums for reading and emergent literacy, including the book Mapping and Categorizing of Diagnostic Methods of Learning Disabilities. Her papers were presented at various professional conferences; including the Israeli Association for Child Development and Rehabilitation and the Interdisciplinary Clinical Center at Haifa University.

Dr. Rosenebrg was a professor at The Gordon Teachers College and currently is serving as the President of Didactica, Inc., a company that develops curriculum and educational games.

Academic Reviewers

Phyllis C. Hunter
Mrs. Hunter, president of Phyllis C. Hunter Consulting, Inc., was appointed by Congress and President Bush to the board of the National Institute for Literacy and has served as an advisor on the President’s Educational Transition Team. Mrs. Hunter’s tenure in education includes serving as an administrator with the Houston Independent School District, principal, teacher, curriculum specialist, certified speech and language therapist and special education specialist. In addition, she is a board member of The International Reading Association. In 2002, she was honored with the Marcus Foster Memorial Award for Distinguished Educator of the Year by the National Alliance of Black School Educators.

Cathy Collins Block
Dr. Cathy Collins Block is a Professor of Education at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a member of the Editorial Boards for the American Psychological Association, International Reading Association, and National Reading Conference. Cathy was the recipient of the prestigious Paul A. Witty Award for Meritorious Service from International Reading Association (1998), received the TCU Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Research from the School of Education (1999). Cathy has written numerous college textbooks, is an author of the Stanford Early School Achievement Test (The Psychological Corporation), and has written more than 60 research articles.