Dr. Tiffany Peltier brings over 12 years of experience in the education field, serving as an elementary teacher in three different states, acting as an instructional coach to elementary teachers, and teaching undergraduate pre-service teachers within special education, learning, sciences, and literacy coursework at Texas A&M and the University of Oklahoma. She has also provided PL sessions for various schools and districts around early reading instruction and learning disabilities, been contracted with a state department of education to develop and provide Dyslexia Awareness training to educators across the state, and has provided professional learning opportunities to thousands of teachers, SLPs, school psychologists, and administration throughout the US as a National LETRS Independent Contractor. She has most recently worked as a Research Scientist specializing in teacher preparation, early literacy, and reading difficulties like dyslexia at the Collaborative for Student Growth at NWEA and a Teacher Educator at the University of Georgia in the Dyslexia Master’s Program. Dr. Peltier is now the Lead Learning and Delivery Specialist in Literacy at NWEA.
With expertise in reading instruction and assessment, special education, cognitive science, teacher training, and learning difficulties like dyslexia, Tiffany has publications in a wide range of research and practitioner journals. Continually disseminating research findings through her blog and other social media platforms, she draws from a vast body of expertise and research to identify common misconceptions and promote high-impact practices to accelerate stakeholder and student learning.
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