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Jaclyn Thompson

Elementary teacher, toronto district school board

Work experience

Jan 2016Feb 2016

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Full Day Kindergarten

Sep 2015Dec 2015

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Sprucecourt P.S., Grade 4/5

Sep 2014Dec 2014

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 1/2

Sep 2013Jun 2014

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 7/8

Feb 2013Jun 2013

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 7/8

Jan 2013Feb 2013

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

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

Sep 2011Jun 2012

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 1/2

Sep 2010Jun 2011

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

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

Jun 2010Jun 2010

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

John G. Diefenbaker P.S., Grade 1

Jan 2010Feb 2010

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

West Rouge Jr. P.S., Grade 1

Oct 2009Nov 2009

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

Galloway Road P.S., Grade 2

Mar 2009Jun 2009

Long Term Occasional Teacher

TDSB

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

Education

2010

Additional Qualification

Queen's University

Special Education, Communication - Autism

20072008

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

20022007

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

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

Community Involvement

references

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