Sarah Dieck Mc Guire was born and raised in the USA. She attended Western Michigan University and went on to earn an honours Masters degree in Teaching, Special Education at the University of Charleston, S.C.,and this is where she fell in love with teaching children with dyslexia how to read.
Sarah has been successfully teaching students with dyslexia how to read for twenty-three years, in the USA and in Ireland, in a range of settings. She says the best part of her job is seeing the children’s confidence and self-esteem soar as they begin to understand how to read and see that they have the capability to read.
Sarah now lives in beautiful Béal an Mhuirthead, (Belmullet), Co Mayo, in the west of Ireland, with her husband and two daughters.
Sarah has completed the Wilson Reading System Advanced Diploma and the Orton-Gillingham practitioner's course.
Sarah Dieck McGuire
Sarah Lumsden Watchorn has been teaching children with dyslexia for the past twenty-two years. A mum who loves nothing more than family time with her husband and three children in Greystones, Co Wicklow, Sarah is passionate about teaching reading.
Sarah spent her childhood in Paris, and taught in NYC, two cities she holds close to her heart. Sarah earned her Masters degree in Special Educational Needs (M.Ed SEN) from University College Dublin.
Sarah has completed a degree in Montessori Education, the Wilson Reading System Advanced Diploma and the Orton Gillingham practitioner's course.
Sarah Lumsden Watchorn