Librarian, Drama, Reading
8th Grade Religion
Dawn N. Liberatore received her BA in Psychology and Early Childhood Education from the University of Buffalo New York and went on to earn her M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction K-12th from New England College and is currently pursuing her M.Ed in Reading intervention K-12th from St. Leo University (Florida Certification: Elementary Education PK-2). Currently, she is the librarian, drama teacher and resource teacher at Cathedral Parish School.
A strong advocate for classrooms that aspire to meet all of students needs with differentiated instruction and assessment; she involves her students in a variety of tasks leading to acquisition of material, reading, drawing, discussions, videos, internet searches, performing and more. Her professional interests focus on being open to new research, technology, how we read and learn through our modalities. Her current projects include attending professional seminars on UDL, (Universal Design for Learning) and acquiring knowledge on reading and how to assess to determine the challenges and then employ the best methods of instruction that will achieve success..
In addition, she serves as faculty representative for Cathedral Parish School, and is a member of the Cathedral Parish School Advisory Board.
Book: The Red Tent
Movie: Mary Poppins
Dessert: Strawberry Shortcake
Season: Autumn in Florida
Sports: Basketball, hiking, swimming, and biking
Hobbies: Antiquing, reading, knitting, gardening, and visiting museums