Angie Bryant is a Key School 8th grade Language Comprehensive and Reading Comprehensive teacher and team leader. She began teaching in 1987 and joined the Key School faculty in 2014. She is a Fellow-in-Training with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators and a Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT).
Angie became a multisensory structured language tutor after completing her training through Key Learning Center in 2005-2006. Since 2010 she has worked with Key Learning Center's Orton-Gillingham training program serving as a teacher trainer, a practicum supervisor, and most recently as an assistant director. She is an accredited Instructor of Teaching Level through the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council.
Get to know Angie Bryant:
What do like most about your job at CDS? "I love that our school makes truly knowing our students and understanding their learning profiles a top priority for teachers. With that knowledge we are better able to provide the environment and instruction to engage our students in deeper, effective, and more meaningful learning."
What interesting background, training, etc. do you bring to your position? "My daughter is dyslexic, and it was my desire to understand how to help her that originally led me to become an Orton-Gillingham tutor. I know firsthand the frustrations and struggles that our Key School parents have gone through in the search for answers for their children. This personal connection drives me to listen empathetically to parents' concerns and be proactive in communicating about their student's progress."