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Nancy Novack 

 B.S. Education

  M.S. Remedial Reading

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Novack Educational Services

​       Instruction in Reading and Writing  

Specializing in

 Specific  Learning  Disabilities 

Dyslexia -  Dysgraphia - Auditory Processing 

​with/without  ADD/ADHD


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- ​Orton-Gillingham Academy Associate in Training  

Orton-Gillingham is a structured, multi-sensory, and phonics based approach.  This approach provides intensive rehabilitation in reading writing, spelling, and reading comprehension for children struggling with these subjects, and for children with dyslexia and other learning challenges. 


- Certified Connecticut Teacher 


- Masters Degree in Remedial Reading


- Trained at Columbia University Teacher's College in N.Y.C - The Writing Project 


- Experienced in Report Writing/Presenting Findings at P.P.T. Meetings


- Provides ADD/ADHD Strategies for Success 

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Through many years of experience in the classroom, Nancy Novack understands the need for individualized reading and writing instruction; especially for children with Specific Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Auditory Processing, and  Dysgraphia (with/without ADD/ADHD ). 

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The  mission of Novack Educational Services

is to strengthen reading, writing, and spelling  skills of students who are NOT thriving , the way they should, in the classroom.  These students  find success through lessons designed and taught with the Orton-Gillingham Approach -  individualized , specific, and multi-sensory.  Upon request, parents are provided with progress monitoring, report findings, and P.P.T. representation.


 Nancy Novack  also provides instruction to the student who would like to increase his/her reading and/or writing skills  in content areas through instructional strategy and practice.  

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Previous Teaching Appointments 


Mrs. Novack was a reading teacher (within the special education department) at a Connecticut public school where she worked with children with Specific Learning Disabilities (Dyslexia/Auditory Processing) with attention difficulties, and provided reading and writing strategies to struggling readers.  


In addition, Mrs. Novack held a full-time reading/literature teaching position at a competitive Blue Ribbon School. There, she successfully instructed her students by implementing the Columbia University Reading and Writing Workshop Model (Trained at Columbia University Teacher's College; N.Y.C.).