Grade 3/4 teacher
Bryan has worked as an educator for over twelve years in public, private and outdoor educational settings. In 1997 Bryan received his diploma in Early Childhood Education from Fanshawe College. He followed this by completing a post graduate degree in Outdoor Recreation from Seneca College, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Childhood and Family Relations from King's University College. He continued on to York University where he completed his Bachelor of Education with Primary/Junior qualifications with an articulation in Early Childhood Education. Bryan has completed additional qualifications in both Special Education and English as a Second Language.
Since 2003, he has taught both Grades One and Two in public and private schools. These experiences have allowed him to develop expertise in the areas of organization, communication, classroom management, ongoing assessment and evaluation, and most importantly, in providing an inclusive, engaging and supportive learning environment. Bryan has also enjoyed facilitating and coaching a variety of extra-curricular sports, activities, and clubs in both primary and junior divisions.
Working and living in Kingston for the past three years with his wife and two sons, Bryan immerses himself in outdoor recreational experiences, such as camping, running, canoeing and hiking. To relax, Bryan enjoys making canoe paddles, cooking, baking artisan breads, reading and playing and watching hockey.