Brian King


Aug 2009 - May 2010

Bachelor of Education

Nipissing University

·Junior/Intermediate Division, Science teachable

·ITeach Laptop Learning Program

Additional Qualifications

Summer 2010

·Anticipated completion of Intermediate Senior additional basic qualifications with a second teachable in Physical Education

·Anticipated completion of Special Education (part 1) additional qualification


September 2009 - Pre-Service Teacher

December 2009 Waterloo Region District School Board

Forest Hill Public School - Kitchener, Ontario

  • 6 weeks in a highly diversified grade 6 classroom
  • Created and presented lesson plans daily based on multiple learning intelligence’s using the provincial curriculum as a guide
  • Assessed and evaluated students’ work using provincial assessment exemplars
  • Volunteered in extra-curricular activities, such as parent night and refereeing the intramural volleyball teams

April 2008 -      Student Supervision Monitor              

June 2008 Waterloo Region District School Board

Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute, Kitchener, Ontario

  • Maintained a safe learning environment for a school of 2500 students grades 9 - 12 and 2 life skills classes 
  • Provided positive discipline and encouraged redirection as the primary method of behaviour management in a variety of situations from one on one to large groups of students
  • Volunteer coached the track and field middle and long distance teams after school hours

September 2006 -       Tutor Outside of the Classroom      

September 2009   Galt Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, Cambridge, Ontario

  • Tutored students from Grade 9 - 12 in science, math, history, and English
  • Assisted students with problem-solving skills and time management
  • Kept a detailed record of information covered during each tutoring session

September 2006 -Head High School Cross-Country Coach

November 2007  Galt Collegiate Institute and Vocational School, Cambridge, Ontario

  • Effectively organized, managed, and implemented a daily practice routine for a wide range of students
  • Motivated a moderate to large group of students to maintain a highly positive  atmosphere at both practice and competitions
  • Volunteered time after school to tutor students in biology, physics, math, and history