Angela Ayre, MS, CCC-SLP
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
Angela Ayre '07, MS, CCC-SLP, is an Instructor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She provides clinical education and supervision for first-year MS graduate students serving clients in the Speech Language and Literacy Center (SLLC). She has also served as a teaching assistant for Teaching Language and Literacy to English Language Learners and Teaching Narrative and Expository Literacy.
Angela is a licensed speech-language pathologist and trained literacy specialist with over 20 years of experience in a variety of settings, including community-based adult literacy programs, outpatient hospital clinics, and private practices. She has expertise in connections between spoken and written language development, bilingualism/multilingualism, and the diagnosis and treatment of developmental language disorders, dyslexia, and disorders of written expression. She specializes in engaging school-age children, teens, and adults in building language, literacy, and executive function skills and strategies for increased success at school and work.
Angela has published several papers - some titles are highlighted below. You can view a complete listing of Angela's publications on Google Scholar or in her CV.
Predictors of English reading skills of Spanish-speaking English-language learners (SpELLs).
Reading and reading disabilities in Spanish and Spanish-English contexts.
In addition, Angela regularly presents at conferences and industry events. Please see her CV for a complete list of presentations.
Dyslexia and the Adult Learner, a professional development workshop presented at First Literacy, Inc.
Dyslexia 101 webinar on behalf of the International Dyslexia Association- Massachusetts Branch.
Predictors of English reading skills of Spanish-speaking English-language learners (SpELLs) at the 12th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium.
Predictors of English reading skills of Spanish-speaking English-language learners (SpELLs) at the American Speech Language and Hearing Association Annual Convention.