I am very organized and reliable, patient, and understanding and demonstrate a commitment to learning with various modes of practice. While differentiating instruction when teaching materials as well as providing formats that will engage all learners in a comfortable and accepting way in order for them to reach their full potential. I believe that with hard work, support and engagement all students can thrive in their environments and reach their potentials.
I have a Bachelor of arts in Psychology, specialization on child development and a Bachelors of Education specializing in Primary/Junior.also have a degree in Bachelors of Psychology and a lot of experience working with children from various ages, 3 months to 24 years old in diverse environments. Currently I am volunteering at an after school program called Jump to Start Reading and Running, as well as Morse Jr. P.S. In both environments I work with children either in groups or one on one supporting them and their needs for example with their reading, writing, and school work.
Bachelor of Education, Specialization on Primary/Junior Grades
September 2017 – In progress, York University
Bachelor of Psychology, Specialization on development
April 2014 – Completed, York University
Toronto District School Board Elementary Public School, Noon hour Assistant April 2017 – Present
• Supervise students with and without special needs during indoor and outdoor lunch period (classroom, lunchroom, playground transitions)
• Supervise and assist in cleanup of lunch area
• Participate in play/social/recreational activities with students and monitor them at all times, to ensure that they remain on school property, maintaining a safe and positive school environment always
Equinox Yorkville, Front Desk Receptionist August 2017 – Present
• Provide the highest level of customer service to members, prospective members and guests
• Check members in, update accounts, and answer questions and issues by phone, email and in person
Learning Disabilities Association, Youth Facilitator October 2016 – February 2017
• Provide direct programs, social skills, keyboarding, assistive technology training, tutoring on all subjects of primary and junior grades and high school level
• Engage, empower and educate youth and create programs for recreation/tutoring/healthy living and wellness
Geneva Centre for Autism, Respite Children Transition Support Worker December 2015 – September 2016
• Work with clients with Autism Spectrum disorder ages 2 to 23, one on one as well as in a group setting to motivate them to participate in social, sensory play and interaction for recreational, skill building and transitional programming beneficial for daily life
• Accompany clients off school site, teaching them TTC training and life skills
• Implement activation and recreation for clients while demonstrating and assisting them in performing activities that pertain to that specific child and documenting progress and incidents as they occur
• Encourage a safe, fun and educational environment and promoting a healthy independent life
• Teach clients how to take care of their personal needs, make meals, feeding, tidy up after themselves, toileting as well as building relationships, regulate emotions, homework completion, as well as sue of public transit in the community
Morse Street Jr. Public School September 2017 – Present
• Work closely with Mentor teacher to support students in groups and one on one who need extra help on the subject being taught, Math, Science, English, Music, History, Geography and French
• Plan lessons and fun activities for students and execute them alongside the Mentor teacher
• Demonstrated a professional manner in keeping with the Ontario College of Teachers Standards of Practices and Ethical Standards of Practice by always interacting respectfully with students and school faculty and maintaining confidentiality
• Communicating professionally and effectively with students, families, school faculty and staff as well as maintaining professional relationships.
Lord Dufferin Public School September 2017 – Present
• Encourage students physically, mentally, and emotionally through fitness and literacy and build confidence and positive attitudes towards hard work to achieve success, and build characteristics that empower students for life
• Help to improve academic achievement, physical fitness and social interaction and equip each student to achieve their full potential
• Develop a therapeutic relationship with students and mentor and support them to improve their literacy skills and over all well-being
• Create a fun, supportive, educational environment for students, full of activities, healthy snacks, reading materials, and games of their interest
True Davidson Acres, Rehabilitation and Recreation Volunteer October 2015 – April 2017
• Assist physiotherapist and other health care professionals to provide individual care and development plans for individuals and group therapy rehabilitation sessions
• Help residents maintain an active and independent life style and a high-quality life
• Build rapport by providing encouragement and support and participate in assisting residents in performing activities such as activation, recreation and social programs according to their values, strengths, needs, interests and abilities
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