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Mrs. Kathleen Rose

Overview

Introduction(s)
As Department Chair of Gow's Reconstructive Language Department, Mrs. Rose has trained hundreds of educators. She has held multiple leadership positions with both the IDA and IMSLEC.
Job Title
Chair of Reconstructive Language Department

Faculty Information

Location(s)
Main Building
Department(s)
Department Chair, Faculty, Reconstructive Language

Contact Information

Email
(Primary)
School Phone
716-687-2088
Room
Main 103

Education

Degree(s)
B.S. Marketing and Business, SUNY Buffalo State
M.A. Liberal Studies: Language and Learning, SUNY Empire State College

Other Information

Employed Since
1989
Biography

As Chair of the Reconstructive Language program at The Gow School, Mrs. Kathleen Rose is responsible for curriculum development and accreditation, teacher training, teaching, tracking students, language testing, and class placement. She has trained hundreds of educators in Western New York through Gow's Teacher Training Institute in direct, phonetic, and multisensory approaches, and in language foundations.

Mrs. Rose is Past-President of the Western New York Branch of The International Dyslexia Association (IDA), past chair of the national IDA Nominating Committee, and Director and Vice President of Accreditation for the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC). She has been an adjunct instructor in the Canisius/Medaille Colleges Graduate Reading Program. Mrs. Rose has served as consultant to public schools and The International Dyslexia Association. She also tutors students privately. She was content advisor to WNED Television (PBS affiliate) in 2006 for the hour-long documentary, Demystifying Dyslexia.

Mrs. Rose serves on the Cornell University Cooperative Extension Youth Development 4H Public Presentation Committee for Erie County. Each winter, she helps to organize and coordinate Gow students' 4H presentations. In addition, she is a volunteer member of the South Wales Volunteer Fire Company, and she advises The Gow School Junior Fire Fighters.