Name: Nicole Chua
Membership level: Fellow
Nicole joined DAS on the 23 March 2009. Over the years she has been with the DAS, she has obtained her Master's degree in Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) with London Metropolitan University, UK, and have been trained in the Orton-Gillingham Approach and Project Read. She has vast experienced in conducting intervention for dyslexic learners from all age groups and also learners with other learning needs that require literacy-based intervention. She’s currently providing support at Crest Secondary School and is part of the SSNT team.
In her years at the DAS, Nicole was part of the Curriculum Development team and oversaw the development of an Advanced Writing Pack. She conducted training for new and existing teachers on how to teach writing to higher ability learners. Her passion and love for writing have led to the start of the DAS Creative Writing Workshop series which she infuses Orton-Gillingham teaching approaches into all learning activities to give children with learning differences an edge in learning. Nicole has conducted a string of very well-received workshops since the series launched in 2013.
Masters of Arts (SpLD)
London Metropolitan University
Bachelor of Arts (Comm & Media Mgt)
University of South Australia
WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA)
Institute of Adult Learning
|Present Occupation||Lead Educational Therapist|
|Employer/ Organization||DAS Ltd|
|Name & Address of Business||Bishan Junction 8 9 Bishan Place, #06-03 Singapore 579837|
|Length of employment||13|