Kong Yun Rui

Lead Educational Therapist / Associate Lecturer

Yun Rui has been providing intervention for learners with dyslexia in both the English and Chinese at the DAS since 2012. Besides teaching, her scope of work includes research in the area of learning difficulties in Chinese, profiling of students, curriculum development and mentoring teachers. She also helps to facilitate and share with school teachers on dyslexia.

 

She is a Fellow with the Register of Educational Therapists (Asia). She has a strong interest in developing the whole child and in bilingualism. She believes that language learning opens up the horizon of a child and it is vital to teaching a child how to learn. She has been co-presenting papers on learning difficulties in Chinese in relation to dyslexia at conferences since 2014.

 

She is an associate lecturer in the following course:

  

Specialist Diploma in Learning Support for Specific Learning Differences

- Specialist Diploma in Learning Support for Specific Learning Differences
- Supporting SpLD Learners in Advanced Chinese Literacy Skills
- Dyslexia and Chinese Language Support
- Dyslexia and Literacy Teaching
- Supporting SpLD Learners in FEHE
- Supporting SpLD Learners in Executive Function Skills
- Master of Arts (Special Educational Needs)

 

Highest Qualification

- MA (Education) in Teaching and Learning of Chinese Language, University of Hong Kong
- Postgraduate Diploma in Special Educational Needs (University of South Wales)
- Advanced Diploma in Chinese Language Teaching (KLC)
- BA (Hons) Linguistics and Multilingual Studies, Nanyang Technological University