Tiffany Peltier received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree at Texas A&M University and is currently certified to teach early childhood, elementary, ESL, and as a Reading Specialist. She has taught pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and 4 years of first grade in public and private schools in Texas, Maryland, and North Carolina, as well as English language arts classes for 3rd-7th grade ESL students in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
She has also taught undergraduate coursework at Texas A&M and the University of Oklahoma on evidence-aligned reading instruction, intervention, assessment, methods, the structure of language, and learning science, supervised preservice teachers in the field, and evaluated students with reading difficulties at the Texas A&M Reading Clinic.
Driven by her interest to improve teacher knowledge and student achievement, Tiffany is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Psychology at the University of Oklahoma and working as a K-3 literacy coach with a local school district. Her research interests include teacher preparation and training in reading and reading difficulties, such as dyslexia and Developmental Language Disorder (DLD).
She is married to Dr. Corey Peltier, an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma, and they have two children and a weimaraner.
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