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Michele    pentyliuk

Phone: 780-439-5683 ext. 202

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Michele Pentyliuk, M.Ed., is a Registered Psychologist and Certified Teacher. She is in private practice where she conducts learning assessments and provides strategy instruction for individuals with learning and attention problems. Michele started her career as a Special Education teacher, then moved into private practice working as an educational consultant before embarking on her graduate program where she focused her studies on assessment and treatment for students with learning disabilities, culminating her program with a thesis evaluating parental involvement in the assessment process. Michele has presented workshops to parents, professionals, and students throughout Canada on a wide range of topics related to learning and learning differences. Michele is particularly interested in early literacy intervention and how to identify potential learning challenges as early as possible. She is the chair of the Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta's Right to Read Advisory and Fund Development Committees.

 

Registered Psychologist # 2861 since 2003

  • M. Ed, University of Alberta, 2001

  • Certified Teacher

  • Former regular and special education junior high teacher

  • Presenter at dozens of conferences throughout Canada

  • Published in the Canadian Journal of School Psychology (2002), the Journal of Gifted and Talented Educational Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association (2003) and Psymposium (2013).

  • Co-authored Interactive Study Skills Teachers’ Manual and Flash Card Assist, an interactive software program.

  • Founding member of the Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta's Right to Read Committee

  • Co-Developer, Alberta’s Learner’s Licence Prep Kit and Canada's Citizenship Prep Kit

  • Former President, Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta

  • Managing partner of North Land Family Counselling Group