Elana Kanter, M.A.T.
Elana Kanter received her Masters of Arts in Teaching degree in Elementary and Middle Special Education from Towson University. Her undergraduate schooling includes a Bachelor of Arts degree and Certificate from Indiana University. Elana has a diverse background of teaching, coaching, and tutoring kids through adults through experiences in schools, inclusive summer camps, non- and for- profit organizations. She has helped advocate for kids and adults with special needs, write Individualized Education Plans, and create personalized academic, executive functioning, and social emotional goals.
Elana has served children and families with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, and other special needs. She provides coaching and tutoring related to executive functioning, special education, vocational, life, and transitions (i.e. independent living).
Elana helps people develop the academic, interpersonal, life, and vocational skills they need to be successful, including:
|Time management |
|Goal setting |
Homework and test preparation
Emotional regulation techniques
Resume and job applications
Transitioning into adulthood
Elana has experience public speaking and facilitating workshops nationally, including leading a session at the National School Boards Association’s annual conference on leveraging social emotional learning to promote educational equity. Additionally, Elana received a citation from the Maryland governor for exemplary work helping individuals and families with life-threatening illnesses.
E-mail Elana at firstname.lastname@example.org.