Michelle Cefaratti, Ed.M.

Michelle Cefaratti

Michelle A. Cefaratti

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Education

(716) 880-2815

About Michelle A. Cefaratti:

Michelle Cefaratti has taught at Medaille since 2006. She has instructed students in the Literacy and Students with Disabilities programs’ Assessment, Developmental Literacy, Writing and Word Study courses. Cefaratti serves as the director of the Reading Center at Medaille and supervises instruction for students in reading practicum. She previously taught in elementary education for nine years before entering higher education and continues to provide professional development to local schools. Cefaratti earned a B.F.A. from Syracuse University and an Ed.M. from SUNY Buffalo in elementary education with an emphasis in reading. She holds permanent certification in Elementary Education and Professional Literacy Certification. Cefaratti has served on various faculty committees and as a board member for Hasek’s Heroes, a local nonprofit organization. She is a member of the International Reading Association and Niagara Frontier Reading Council. Cefaratti has written various grants that provided literacy materials and curriculum for at-risk students and is currently providing professional development training in word study to local elementary schools.

B.F.A., Syracuse University
Ed.M., University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

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