Welcome to Tink It, a leading provider of innovative educational therapy in Singapore. Our name, Tink It, was inspired by the knitting term "tink," which refers to the process of undoing stitches one by one, slowly backing up and unknitting to the place where the mistake was made.
At Tink It, we are passionate about education and believe that every child deserves the best possible learning experience. That is why we offer a range of services to help schools, educators, and parents create positive and effective learning environments that foster student success.
Our team of experienced professionals has a deep understanding of the latest educational frameworks and best practices. We work closely with our clients to develop customised solutions that meet their unique needs and goals. From curriculum design and teacher training to technology integration and student assessment, we offer a comprehensive suite of services to support every aspect of the learning process.
At Tink It, we also understand the challenges that educators and schools face in today's rapidly evolving educational landscape. We provide ongoing support and consultation to ensure that our solutions are implemented successfully and that our clients achieve their desired outcomes. We believe that every child has the potential to succeed, and we are committed to helping our clients unlock that potential through the power of education.
Thank you for choosing Tink It as your partner in education.
Director & Founder of Tink It! Education & Consulting Services
Dr Siti has over 20 years of experience as an educator in MOE. She holds a Doctorate in Education from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University.
As part of her doctorate training, she is well versed in the practice of educational assessments, nurturing leadership skills and mitigating behavioural challenges.
Dr Siti also holds a Specialist Diploma in Teaching Students with Special Needs from the ACC Institute of Human Services. She has an Advanced Certificate as an Autism Specialist from The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). She is a registered member of Singapore's Autism Resource Centre.
Dr Siti is also a certified CogMed Trainer.
These credentials speak to her personal conviction to uphold ethical standards and professionalism as a qualified educational therapist.
Dr Siti believes being an educational therapist is a calling. She advocates for and applies evidence-based approaches with all her clients with an empathetic lens.
Many of her clients are now engaged with Tink It! for the long term.
Dr Siti believes building trust is the cornerstone before pedagogical approaches can lead to transformative outcomes.
She is trained in the teaching of English, Mathematics and Science.
She is passionate about helping parents and their children. She is also a loving mother of three.
Psychologist & Founder Inspire Psychology
Samantha has over 20 years of clinical practice as a psychologist.
Samantha completed her degree in Science at the University of Melbourne before going on to do a Graduate Diploma in Science (Psychology) at the University of Sydney and a Master’s degree in Special Education and Teaching at the University of Sheffield.
She was previously a psychologist at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital before joining private practice that helps children with special needs.
Samantha founded Inspire Psychology in 2019 as a result of the rising need for a network that can empower families of children with special needs.
Samantha’s interests are in assessment, diagnosis and intervention for children with developmental challenges. She helps children, when needed, gain placement in special education schools.
She finds joy and fulfilment in witnessing the progress of her “children” whom she works with.
To be a trustworthy, collaborative and accessible partner for both parents and students. Tink It! programmes are fun, rigourous and empathetic. We endeavour to help your child reach new milestones.
To establish Tink It! as an impactful education center that nurtures all children to be self-motivated.