Resource Materials and Technology Center for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Felicia Massie

Welcome to RMTC-D/HH's Teacher Spotlight! We are proud to introduce Felicia Massie from Okeechobee County. The spotlight video theme is on progress monitoring.

Felicia Massie is one of two itinerant teachers for students who are deaf or hard of hearing for the small, rural county of Okeechobee. She have been working in the field of education for 15 years in which 12 of these years has been in the field of Deaf Education. She started out as an educational interpreter and worked hard to become a teacher. Felicia graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a degree in Elementary Education (K-6) and teaching English language learners. After three years in the general education classroom she decided to return to her passion to work with students who are D/HH and became an itinerant teacher for Okeechobee County. Felicia is one of the handful of teachers who completed training in all four research-based interventions/curricula for students who are D/HH offered by RMTC-D/HH: Fairview Learning, Foundations for Literacy, Visual Phonics, and Fingerspelling Our Way to Reading.

You can see a more in depth description of Felicia's progress monitoring lessons and binders in RMTC-D/HH's TA-Live! "Keeping It All Together: Progress Monitoring and Record-Keeping Binders for the ToDHH"