Minna L. Immerman

Supervised Fieldwork Advisor; Course Instructor

Academic Interests

Some of the Values that Shape My Work

It all begins with respect for the uniqueness of every child. Added to that is a strengths-based approach. I feel that as an educator, you must use a child’s interests and abilities to help develop the areas that are difficult for that child. In my work with graduate students in the field of education, I try to share the delight and enthusiasm I feel for working with young children. Teaching is a noble profession. I feel so fortunate to have been a teacher of young children, and now, a teacher of adults who care about young children, as I do.

Work with Families, Children, Schools, and Communities

  • Taught for 25 years in the Mamaroneck UFSD in Westchester County, NY
  • Preschool teacher for children with special needs
  • Co-founded the first public school class for children on the autism spectrum in Westchester County (pre-K, K-2)

Recent Professional Contributions

I consult with families and schools who need information about autism spectrum disorders.

Educational Background

  • M.A., Early Childhood Special Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • B.A., English Literature, Barnard College

Contact me:

(212) 875-4415 mimmerman@bankstreet.edu
610 West 112Th Street, 611
New York, NY 10025