My main philosophy of teaching is that teachers should be striving to help every child to reach their full potential. I feel that this can be ached through combining the Ontario curriculum, social skills, encouraging individual interest and allowing talents and successes to shine. I feel strongly that every child deserves the opportunity to thrive.
I completed my undergrad at Guelph University and received my Honours Bachelor of Arts in history in 2012. I have also completed my Bachelor of Education in the Primary Junior Division at Western University in 2013. I am currently enrolled in Special Education Part 1 through western university.
The past five summers I worked at Camp Kodiak a 7 week program for students with disabilities. The children who attended the camp had a range of disabilities including ADHD aspergers autism and feudal alcohol syndrome. I am currently the site supervisor for the school age programme run by the YMCA out of Morrison catholic school. while at teachers collage I had two practicums which included a kindergarten class and a grade 4/5 class.
I love horse back riding and have taught riding lessons at camp for the past five years. I also started and ran an Anime/Manga choice section at camp.