Subjects:Geography,Health,Physical Education,Social Science
Daniel graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Arts Honours Geography with a minor in Psychology. Daniel achieved his Bachelor of Education at the University of Ottawa where he participated in the Developing a Global Perspective for Educators Cohort at the Junior and Intermediate levels. He continued his professional development completing a Special Education and Health and Physical Education Additional Qualifications at the Primary and Junior level. In addition, he completed a Social Sciences ABQ at the Senior level. Daniel has spent time in the classroom as an occasional physical education teacher in a Montessori school. He also has experience as an outdoor educator at High Park working as an Eco-Camp Instructor as well as working in the Children’s Garden and Teaching Kitchen. Daniel has taught in a diverse school during his time at practicum teaching math, language arts, science, as well as visual arts from grades 4 to 8.
Daniel has a deep passion for baseball and sports. He brings his love for the game and team dynamic atmosphere into his teaching pedagogy as a way to work together to achieve success. Daniel continues to be an active member of his community coaching volleyball, soccer, and ball hockey to students with a wide range of socioeconomic backgrounds.