Jennifer Kacerek

Jennifer K.

Mocksville, NC

Lesson Details


Levels Taught:
Elementary, Middle School
I am an Orton Gillingham and Wilson trained teacher. I will use both approaches to teach phonics and reading instruction in a multi-sensory way. Students will also be assessed often so progress can be tracked. In addition, games are included to make learning engaging and fun. Every lesson is tailored to the student.
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Jennifer delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 2+ and special needs

Teaching since:

I am a certified teacher and an educational diagnostician. I have certification in early childhood, elementary, special education, reading specialist and ESL. I obtained my Bachelor's degree in education from Arcadia University in 2014 and graduated at the top of my class Summa Cum Laude and with departmental honors. A year later, I obtained my Master's degree in education from Arcadia with a perfect GPA. The reading program at Arcadia University is endorsed by the International Dyslexia Association.

As a trained reading specialist and special needs teacher, all of my tutoring sessions are individualized to meet the student's needs. I use the Orton-Gillingham and Wilson programs to support reading instruction in a systematic and multi-sensory way. Games are included to make learning fun and to reinforce skills.

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Educational DIagnostician
Feb 2018 - Present
County Schools

I assess students' academic skills for special education services.

Resource Teacher and EC Lead
Sep 2015 - Feb 2018
Rowan Salisbury Schools

Taught small group and whole group lessons to students with special needs in all subject areas.


Master of Education
May 2014 - May 2015
Arcadia Univeristy
Bachelor of Arts in Education
Aug 2010 - May 2014
Arcadia Univeristy


Limited Proficiency


Mindfulness for Children and Teens
Aug 2017
Mindful Schools

Early Childhood Education
Jul 2015
NC Department of Public Instruction

Elementary Education (K-6)
Jul 2015
NC Department of Public Instruction

Special Education-Mild to Moderate (K-12)
Jul 2015
NC Department of Public Instruction

Reading Specialist (K-12)
Jul 2015
NC Department of Public Instruction

Master's Level

ESL (K-12)
Jul 2015
NC Department of Public Instruction

Master's Level


Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Unversities
May 2014
American College Association


Phi Kappa Phi
May 2013

Phi Kappa Phi's mission is "To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others."

Kappa Delta Pi
May 2013

Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), International Honor Society in Education, was founded in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. For over a century, the Society has consistently grown, starting with a local chapter to become the international organization it is today, with an initiated membership that exceeds 1.2 million!

Using a variety of programs, services, and resources, KDP supports and advances educators throughout the phases and levels of their teaching careers.

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Pi Lambda Theta
Jun 2010

Founded in 1910, Pi Lambda Theta (PLT) is one of the most prestigious education honor societies. PLT is part of the PDK International family of education associations and is governed by the PDK International Board of Directors.

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Marty. P Jul 11, 2018
Phonics · Online

Jennifer is a wonderful tutor that personalizes instruction for the child. My fifth grader loved working with her and not only learned but also gained confidence and enjoyment in reading. Even though he no longer needs reading support, Jennifer continues to be in contact with us and is a reading buddy to my son. They pick a book every quarter to read outside of my son's school books and talk about it. Who has a tutor who does that?

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Melissa. S Jul 11, 2018
Reading · In home

Jennifer taught my third-grade daughter who has Dyslexia. She came to the house twice a week and used a combination of Orton-Gillingham and Wilson to teach my daughter. The combination made it possible for my daughter to work on phonemic awareness, phonics, and comprehension in a way that builds on my daughter's skills which gave her confidence and success. She also gave my daughter diagnostic assessments to pinpoint her struggles and periodic assessments to see her progress. She wrote up reports for myself and my daughter's teacher to further build her success. Jennifer ended every lesson with an academic game which my daughter loved so much we had to get some of them for her. Jennifer was wonderful and got my daughter to grade level and helped her to pass her EOGs. She is also very flexible and so supportive. She took interest in my daughter's likes and even came to her dance recital. You can tell she loves what she does and loves working with children.

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Lee Jul 11, 2018
Algebra · In studio

I am an adult student who was studying at a community college. I was looking for a tutor to help with my math but was having trouble finding someone since I have a disability. I found Jennifer and she was wonderful. She met with me twice a week for an hour each time to help me work through my lessons. She was also always available by phone or email in between lessons to help with anything I needed including motivation and support. I tutored with her for two years and officially graduated from college. Jennifer came and supported me and was more than a tutor but a friend. She is extremely caring, patient and smart.

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