Siti Mariam

Senior Lecturer and Lead Educational Therapist

Siti Mariam began her special education journey as an Educational Therapist at DAS after leaving the mainstream school setting and has more than 7 years of experience in the field of special educational needs, especially in dyslexia and Math. An Associate Fellow with the Registrar of Educational Therapists (Asia), her previous experiences with dyslexia intervention has increased her pedagogical knowledge and broadened her perspectives on special educational needs. She constantly keeps up with the current developments in education and special education and finds ways to integrate them together so that teaching practices can be improved and the best support is provided for students.


She is a lecturer in the following courses:


Specialist Diploma in Educational Therapy (English Support)

- Applied Educational Therapy

- Dyslexia and the Essential Literacy Approach

- Enhancing Classroom Instruction

Specialist Diploma in Learning Support for Specific Learning Differences

- Supporting SpLD Learners in Advanced English Literacy Skills

- Supporting SpLD Learners in Mathematics

- Supporting SpLD Learners in Higher Order Mathematical Skills

- Dyslexia and Literacy Teaching

- Specific Learning Differences in Practice

- Supporting SpLD Learners in Executive Function Skills

- Supporting SpLD Learners in FEHE


Highest Qualification

Master of Arts in Special Educational Needs (University of South Wales, UK)

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Central Queensland University, Australia)

Diploma in Education (NIE, Singapore)



Daud, S. (2019). Perspectives of Mainstream Students with Special Educational Needs on Inclusion, Asia-Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences. Conferences: 54th RELC International Conference 2019. UNITE SpLD 2019



- 54th RELC International Conference 2019

- UNITE SpLD 2019

- UNITE SpLD 2020