Sheila received her Honours B.A. after studying English, philosophy, and film at the University of Toronto. In Paris, France, she continued her studies in comparative literature. In 1992, she completed her Bachelor of Education at OISE and became a high school teacher of English and French. She has more than 15 years experience teaching English and French Grades 5-12 in both English language and French language schools. Excellent communication skills and ability to establish positive relationships with students and parents. Committed to the academic and social success of every student. Holistic view of the human being: head, heart and hands need to be equally engaged for learning to occur.
Master of Theological Studies, University of Toronto
Master of Education, University of Toronto
With BA degree on French and 2 Master degrees on Education and Theology, Paul possesses over 30 years French and English teaching experience at French Immersion schools of Toronto District School Board, York Catholic District School Board and Peel District School Board. He is in ‘Good Standing’ with the Ontario College of Teachers and truly an expert in ESL teaching and curriculum design. Because of his outstanding ESL teaching method, he was invited to teach in Philippines and Korea in 2000 and 2005 respectively. He combines the English teaching with English cultural background, which facilitates the students to understand this language more vividly. His English writing class involves substantial reading and discussion which enriches students vocabulary and prepares them well for the future different writing assignment.
Ontario Certified Teacher in FSL and ESL. Having been taught in both public and private schools for over 20 years, Lynda is truly an expert in second language teaching and curriculum design. She has a BA in FSL and ESL from University of Toronto and certification in teacher’s training. Her experience in working with students with diversified needs in the language field brings in great values when she develops individual instruction plan for each student. She progressed through the Core French curriculum, which grants her the ability to understand common mistakes and confusion from students beginning their journey.