Goh Hui Chin
Hui Chin is an experienced Educational Therapist who, in the course of her career, has been trained in the Orton-Gillingham Approach, the Barton Reading and Spelling Programme, and Numeracy concepts. The educational interventions she designs seek to create awareness, deepen metacognitive skills and encourage a sense of agency.
Hui Chin is also a registered psychologist with the Singapore Psychological Society with over 10 years of experience in the public and international school settings. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with an honour’s degree in Psychology, and obtained her Master of Arts (Applied Psychology) from the National Institute of Education, Singapore.
Ever since her undergraduate days, Hui Chin has been intrigued by the expandable quality of the mind when well-suited learning structures are put in place. She has undergraduate research experience into how the brain learns and processes language (psycholinguistics), as well as the connections between a student’s goals, motivation and performance.
Hui Chin believes that all children learn differently, and it is up to the educator to help them tap into their strengths and creativity in the process.
Clinical & Specialisation
Over the years, Hui Chin has interacted with diverse student profiles ranging from preschool ages to 18 years of age, with the following conditions:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Global Developmental Delay (GDD)
Executive Function Disorder
Masters in Applied Psychology (Educational Psychology), National Institute of Education, Singapore
BSc in Psychology (Honours), National University of Singapore
Certificate in Dyslexia and Literacy Teaching (CiDLT), DAS Academy
Certificate in Supporting SpLD Learners in Mathematics, DAS Academy