Educational Therapist

The Role:

  1. Conduct one to one teaching sessions and at times small group for children with specific learning difficulties.
  2. Teaching in all-inclusive approach which includes: curriculum, remediation and cognitive skills training (e.g. memory, Visual skills and Auditory and listening skills etc).
  3. Creating IEPs to target areas of weakness for student & progress reports.
  4. Ability to arouse and sustain interest /involvement from children through varied activities.
  5. Communication with parents.
  6. Ability to participate in and contribute to multi-disciplinary assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation process.

Requirement:

  1. Degree in Psychology/Education (Special Education) or Early Childhood (Special Needs).
  2. Able to teach Literacy and Mathematics up to ‘O’ level curriculum.
  3. Received specific training in literacy and phonics programs e.g. Orton-Gillingham Approach, Lindamood-Bell program, Dyscalculia and numeracy teaching.
  4. Experience working with children with developmental and/ or learning difficulties e.g Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, mild ASD etc.