Daniel’s unique background in science has allowed him to develop a “bigger picture” perspective when approaching families with additional needs. It has allowed him to best utilise the skills he has learned as a Teacher in a meaningful, outcome-driven way while building relationships with children and their families. Daniel is passionate about providing children with the best opportunities to achieve their fullest potential as they grow. Early intervention therapy is the best way to achieve this, using play and the children’s strengths as a foundation for learning. Daniel believes in building children’s abilities using holistic approaches. The building blocks for Daniel’s philosophy use principals derived from Reggio, Montessori, Froebel, Vygotsky, Bruner and Piaget.
Qualification: Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Not sure if irrelevant), Master of Teaching (Early Childhood), starting Master in Education in Applied Behavioural Analysis