Veena Jayanth

Name: Veena Jayanth

Membership level: Fellow

Gender: Female

Nationality: singaporean

Bio About

'If a child can't learn the way we teach then we should teach the way he/she learns'. This has been my personal mission as a special educator. As a post-graduate in English, closely followed by a Bachelor's in Education, I launched into my teaching career handling English and Social-Studies for Secondary and Senior Secondary classes. As a classroom teacher, I was aware that every child had a very unique style and pace of learning. My Diploma in Special Education paved the way towards helping children with specific learning differences attain their potential. Having been a classroom teacher on one hand and a special Educator working on Curriculum-based remediation on the other meant that I could link the learning expectations posed by the curriculum to the working style of the child. The Curriculum-Based Remediation works keeping in mind the child's strengths and choosing strategies that maximizes the potential. The results have been almost instantaneous reflecting on the performance and self-confidence of the child. Having worked with children from different countries in various International schools in Singapore I am familiar with the various aspects of the curriculum. I have worked with children with Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD and mild ASD and have been successful in helping them cope with the mainstream curriculum. Working with children has extended to other interests like Storytelling at the NLB and leading predominantly student-based tours at the Asian Civilization Museum. Being fluent in French and other Indian languages like Tamil, Hindi, Kannada helps to connect better with the children wherever there is a need. Travelling, reading and Photography take up my free time and practising taichi regularly keeps my mind and body in good shape.


Qualifications 1990
Madras University
Masters in English Literature

Present Occupation

Present Occupation Senior Specialist Teacher
Employer/ Organization DAS International