Beth Bottaro, M.Ed. has over 30 years experience as a Special Education Teacher /Behavior Specialist Tier I/II/III interventions [K-12]. She provides educational programs, diagnostic, prescriptive and comprehensive behavior services to students with emotional, intellectual, social, and developmental delays, as well as other special education conditions with behavioral manifestations.
Her work includes modifying and instructing academic course work according to the Federal and State School District’s requirements and standards. Working knowledge of general and special education classroom instruction, curriculum/scope and sequence, of instruction, management strategies and methodologies in education. Educational evaluation tools, materials, theories, and trends in assessing and identifying students with learning, social, and behavioral characteristics.
Beth also has a working knowledge of child development and developmental disabilities including, but not limited to, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Emotional Disturbance, Developmental Delay, and other special education conditions with learning, behavioral, and social challenges.