Dianne Scott is a teacher specializing in literacy and executive function skills development. Her approach is to provide individual, targeted instruction using evidence-based strategies. Through continuous assessment, she detects areas of need and uses students’ strengths to support their learning. She uses her training as a Reading Recovery teacher to enable primary and junior students to accelerate their reading and writing skills.
Dianne has over twenty years experience teaching students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and ASD at the elementary, secondary and college level. She has her Specialist in Special Education and English, with a focus on Learning Disabilities, as well as ESL qualifications.
Dianne Scott graduated from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts&Science. She earned her Master’s degree in English from Queen’s University. She completed her Bachelor in Education at the University of Western Ontario with qualifications in English and General Science.