Sabrina StevanovicSabrina Stevanovic B.A., M.S.  is a Special Education Teacher within the Troy School District. She is a proud Alumna of Michigan State University. She has a Bachelor of Arts in special education learning-disabilities and elementary education and has a Master of Science in curriculum and instruction. Sabrina passionately believes that a strong foundation in executive functioning skills such as planning and prioritizing, task-initiation, organizing, and self-monitoring skills are crucial to find success in daily life skills as well as education. Throughout Sabrina’s training and experience with math and literacy curriculums, social-emotional tiered systems of support, and experience with focusing in on executive functioning skills, she has learned how to best support a wide-range of students by designing and delivering instruction in an individualized way that promotes student success.

Sabrina passionately believes that a strong foundation in executive functioning skills such as planning and prioritizing, task-initiation, organizing, and self-monitoring skills are crucial to find success in daily life skills as well as education. She enjoys working in a small group or individualized setting to help students and clientele foster and grow these crucial skills to help them find independent success and motivation, both in and outside the formal education setting.

Throughout Sabrina’s training and experience with math and literacy curriculums, social-emotional tiered systems of support, and experience with focusing in on executive functioning skills, she has learned how to best support a wide-range of students by designing and delivering instruction in an individualized way that promotes student success.