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Educational Interventionist


Hello! I’m Alice, and I am an Educational Interventionist.  I earned my Bachelor’s of Arts in Literature and Asian American Studies from California State University, Northridge and began working with students with a range of learning styles and abilities in October, 2020. I am currently in the process of earning my Master’s degree in Educational Therapy while continuing to work as an Instructional Aide providing small group literacy intervention support in English Language Arts with general education and special education elementary school students within LAUSD. 

Since I started working with students with extensive support needs in October 2020, I have become attuned to the needs of struggling learners who have different learning styles. I’ve worked with students to improve their reading comprehension, written expression, phonological and phonemic awareness skills.  I’ve also worked with students who have dyslexia who can benefit from my training in the Orton-Gillingham approach. Furthermore, I love working with students who have ADHD and executive functioning needs.  Working with students in a 1 to 1 setting or small group setting has helped me better target my students’ goals and increase their skill sets.

Not everyone learns the same, and I believe teaching methods should change to suit specific learning needs and involve a student’s interest to get them excited to learn. I’ve created lessons and games that are culturally relevant to what interests them and added fun into distance learning and in-person learning. Through my work within LAUSD’s Primary Promise Literacy Program, I have been trained in the Orton-Gillingham Approach, UFLI Foundations, and 95% Phonics Group.  


In my free time, I love to travel, learn new languages, paint, strength train, watch science and history documentaries, and work on my coffee and tea making skills!

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