Staff Directory

FONG PEI YI

  • Assessment Services
  • Registered Psychologist
  • Rex House Learning Centre

Pei Yi started out at the DAS as a Specialist Psychologist in 2012. Since then, she has completed the Master of Arts in Applied Psychology programme at the NIE and is a Registered Psychologist with the Singapore Psychological Society. Pei Yi is currently the Assistant Director of the SpLD Assessment Services at DAS, a team that provides a one-stop psycho-educational assessment service and facilitates the placement of students in learning programmes at the DAS. She also conducts psycho-educational assessments for individuals who experience difficulties with learning.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Psychology with Honours
  • Master of Arts in Applied Psychology (Educational Psychology)
  • Registered Psychologist (SPS)

CONFERENCES

  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2021 – Oral Presentation – The Experience of Dyslexia as an Adult
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2019 – Poster Presentation – Evaluating a Reading Comprehension Curriculum and Factors Predicting Reading Comprehension Performance
  • UNITE SpLD Conference 2019 – Oral Presentation – Educational Therapists’ Perceptions towards an Enhanced Reading Comprehension Curriculum
  • International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Social Sciences- Poster Presentation – Taiwan in 2014
  • IDA 2015 – International Dyslexia Association Conference – Poster presentation
  • Poster Presentation at the UnITE SpLD Conference in 2019; Evaluating a Reading Comprehension Curriculum and Factors Predicting Reading Comprehension Performance
  • 54th RELC International Conference & 5th Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association Conference in 2019: Oral Presentation – Evaluating a Reading Comprehension Curriculum and Factors Predicting Reading Comprehension Performance

PUBLICATIONS

FACETS Vol. 4 2015

Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences Vol. 3 No. 2, 2016

Parental literacy skills, home and phonics support predicting preschoolers’ phonological and literacy skills

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