Jaclyn Thompson

Elementary teacher, toronto district school board

  • 10 Athletic Ave., Toronto ON
Work History
Work History
Jan 2016 - Feb 2016
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Full Day Kindergarten

Sep 2015 - Dec 2015
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Sprucecourt P.S., Grade 4/5

Sep 2014 - Dec 2014
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 1/2

Sep 2013 - Jun 2014
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 7/8

Feb 2013 - Jun 2013
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 7/8

Jan 2013 - Feb 2013
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

William G. Miller P.S., Library, Kindergarten Literacy, and Health for Grades 1-7

Sep 2011 - Jun 2012
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 1/2

Sep 2010 - Jun 2011
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Walter Perry Jr. P.S., Junior and Senior Kindergarten

Jun 2010 - Jun 2010
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

John G. Diefenbaker P.S., Grade 1

Jan 2010 - Feb 2010
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

West Rouge Jr. P.S., Grade 1

Oct 2009 - Nov 2009
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 2

Mar 2009 - Jun 2009
Long Term Occasional Teacher
TDSB

Guildwood Jr. P.S., Grade 1/2

Education
Education
2010
Additional Qualification
Queen's University

Special Education, Communication - Autism

2007 - 2008
B.Ed
Ontario Institute for Studies In education at the university of toronto 

Inner City Option with focus on infusing social justice issues with the Ontario Curriculum

2002 - 2007
HON. B.A
York University

Major in Women's Studies, Minor in English

volunteer work

GENEVA CENTRE FOR AUTISM

Summer Camp 2015

  • Worked with children diagnosed with ASD from a variety of different backgrounds, on many different points of the spectrum

  • Assisted staff members and team leaders in individual and group activities for children both in the centre and out in the community

  • Encouraged and helped develop social skills using positive reinforcers, PECS and other communication tools

Skills
Skills
Education
  • Demonstrates high expectations of all students and develops culturally relevant lessons that use assessment data to monitor and propel student achievement

  • Ability to use progressive discipline and restorative justice practices in the classroom to create a positive, respectful learning community for all students

  • Implements strategies for gradual release of responsibility, including success criteria, learning goals and providing ongoing descriptive feedback

Planning and Organization
  • Successfully tailors the curriculum to meet the needs of students with behavioural issues, special education requirements and English Language Learners

  • Develops Individual Education Plans and differentiated instruction

  • Creates Ministry Progress and Report Cards based on student success and Curriculum guidelines
  • Creates balanced Literacy and Numeracy programs in accordance with the Ontario Curriculum and following school-wide learning strategies

Communication and Teamwork
  • Works collaboratively and flexibly with other staff members to develop curriculum and lesson plans, as well as assisting in whole school learning initiatives

  • Advocates for students, parents, and members of the community within the school environment


Community Involvement
  • Lead a variety of extra-curricular programs, including: Student Council, Jr./Int. Art Club, Co-ed Softball, Go Girls Club, Lego Club, Track and Field, Talent Shows, Boys Reading Club

  • Encourages students to actively engage in their local and global communities by enriching understanding of global citizenship and stewardship

references

Sara Gogani, Vice Principal Sprucecourt P.S. 416-393-1522

Lynn Strangway, Principal Sprucecourt P.S. 416-393-1522

Naomi Smith, Principal Galloway Road Jr. P.S. 416-396-6245

Marwa Hamid, Principal Brookside P.S. 416-396-7940