Phone: 317-738-7022

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts in English with minors in Asian Studies and History from University of Maryland Master of Arts in Elementary Education from University of Phoenix Graduate Certification in Special Education from Indiana University Graduate Certification in Teaching Blind/Low Vision from Missouri State University.

Marya Zipoff

Marya has a multitude of teaching experience from teaching adults, adolescents, children, toddlers, to infants for the past 22 years in several states and even in Japan.  The majority of her experience has been in the field of special education.  She arrived to Earlywood from Missouri where she educated children with visual impairments from birth to age 21.  She is passionate about self-advocacy and the role of technology in the life of her students.

Phone: 317-738-7248

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Elementary Education from Franklin College Kindergarten Endorsement from Franklin College Certificate in Blind Low Vision from Indiana State University

Cheryl Vincent-Wallace

Cheryl has been an educator for 18 years and has taught in a variety of settings.  Most of Cheryl's teaching experience has been in special needs and she is on her third year of teaching blind low vision students.  During her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and children. 

Phone: 317-738-7031

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Deaf Education M.A. Teaching and Learning with Technology

Tai Botkin

Tai has been a teacher for central Indiana students that are Deaf or hard of hearing since 2004.  She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Hearing Impairments from Ball State University and her Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology from Ashford Univeristy.  She provides services for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing within the Earlywood Educational Services partnership.  Tai enjoys the ever-changing variety of her work experiences and discovering different areas of focus within each age group that she gets to work with. 
 
In her spare time, Tai enjoys spending time with her husband and two active children.  

Phone: 317-738-7015

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Degrees and Certifications:

A.A.- ASL/English Interpretation from MacMurray College B.A- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher Education from MacMurray College M.A.- Education; Elementary Teacher Education and Reading from Ball State University Post Graduate Certification- Teaching English Language Learners from Western Governors University

Monica Weick

Monica has been teaching since the beginning of 2010-2011.  She has taught and worked in a variety of settings from classroom to itinerant teaching from working at ISD to teaching general education middle school students.  She also spent a year in the classroom as an educational, ASL-English, Interpreter.

 In addition, Monica is a SODA (Sibling Of a Deaf Adult) and has learned a great deal from watching her life, As a result, her passion is accessibility.  Accessibility to language, content, learning, and life.