Sari Weinberg-Binder
BAA.(ECE.), M.Ed.(Sp.Ed.)


Sari Weinberg-Binder brings thirty years experience and a diverse background to her work as an Early Childhood Specialist. She was the coordinator of the Preschool Consultation Program at Ford and Associates, has served as a psycho-educational consultant for the Lincoln County Board of Education and held the position of remedial resource teacher for the Niagara Child Development Centre. As an educator, she was the supervisor and lead teacher for the Sheridan College Lab School and served as part time faculty in the department of early childhood education at Sheridan College and George Brown College. She conducts teacher and parent workshops for community organizations and schools. As a volunteer, she is presently involved at Wellspring and the R.O.M. Her ongoing commitment to learning includes attendance at professional development conferences and training ( i.e. Touchpoints; I.C.D.L. symposium; Bank Street College). She was a certified member of the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists, and Psychotherapists (c)OACCPP.

Ms. Weinberg-Binder holds a Master of Education Degree in Special Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and a Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood Education from Ryerson University. She has a thorough and specialized knowledge of child development and early education, experience with formal and informal assessment tools, highly developed observation skills and the ability to develop rapport with young children through a play-based format.

“ . . . I am a firm believer that children benefit when we as parents, teachers and caregivers discover and build upon their strengths while responding to where they are at in the multifaceted process of development and learning. In this way we can scaffold the child’s experiences and provide opportunities for success. . . “

Sari Weinberg-Binder