My name is Zanele Myles I am a skilled resource teacher. I completed my Bachelors of Education, as well as, Additional Special Education Qualification courses at Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario. More recently, I received my Master’s of Education with a focus in special education from Memorial University. I have also taken a course in the Orton- Gillingham method (a multisensory program for teaching literacy to dyslexic students). I have an extended amount of experience assisting elementary students with learning challenges in writing, reading and math, as well as, coaching high school and post-secondary students in developing study skills in time management, organization, note taking, summarizing readings, goal setting, transition planning, and self-advocacy.
My passion is in assisting students with learning challenges in developing both academic and study skills that will further their success in school. Even though I am knowledgeable in different academic programs and can draw from these resources, I am a strong believer in customizing my sessions to my individual student’s strengths, needs, and interests.
M.Ed. Curriculum, Teaching & Learning. Memorial University, 2017
B.Ed. Primary/ Junior Qualifications. Queen’s University, 2006
2014: Primary-Elementary Teacher V Department of Education NL.
2006-2014: Certified Member, Ontario College of Teachers, Toronto, ON.
2006/2014: Special Education, Additional Qualification (Parts 1 & 2) Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.
2014: Orton-Gillingham Instructional Approach, Claremont School, Toronto, ON.
At Study Corner we are receptive to the unique needs of each client, offering an educational program that is directed by the student and focus's on the students strengths and interests to improve individual outcomes.