Hani Zohra Muhamad

Hani Zohra Muhamad

  • Educational Advisor
  • Lead Educational Therapist
  • Bedok Learning Centre

Hani Zohra Muhamad is a Lead Educational Therapist and an Educational Advisor (EA). Hani joined the Dyslexia Association of Singapore in 2006 and has over the years been teaching and working with students with dyslexia and co-morbidities such as ADHD and DLD. As an EA, Hani contributes to the mentoring and training of new educational therapists, as well as support colleagues with challenging students. Hani holds a Masters Degree in Education (Special Education) from Nanyang Technological University (NIE-NTU), a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Management from University of London (UOL) and a Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers (Dyslexia). Hani is a Fellow member of the Register of Educational Therapist Asia (RETA).

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master of Education in Special Education
  • BSc Management (Hons)
  • Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers (Dyslexia)


CONFERENCES

  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2019 - RETA Case Management Presentation: A discussion on supporting adolescents with learning and behavioural issues at DAS
  • ERAS-APERA Conference 2018 - The challenge with learning and tackling socioemotional issues
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2018 - RETA Case Management Presentation: Supporting Challenging Learners
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2017 - A Comparative Analysis of Two Mentoring Approaches at DAS
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2017 - RETA Case Management Presentation: Supporting Challenging Learners
  • Asia Pacific Dyslexia Festival 2017 (Tokyo, Japan) - Teacher Training at the DAS
  • SENIM 4th Annual Conference 2017 (Sarawak, Malaysia) - Case Management Presentation: Supporting Challenging Learners
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2016 - Dyslexia with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A case study
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2015 - Social and Emotional Competencies in children with SpLDs
  • IDA Conference 2018 - Literacy Skills and the Joy of Reading - How literacy achievements can improve self esteem

PUBLICATIONS

Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2017
A Comparative Analysis of Two Mentoring Approaches at DAS

Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2014
Dyslexia with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: a case study

Once she knows how to read there's only one thing you can teach her to believe in and that is herself.
― Virginia Woolf, Monday or Tuesday