Daisy-Mae Hamelinck

​Daisy-Mae Hamelinck has 15 years' combined teaching experience as a higher education instructor/lecturer at triOS College, McMaster University, Fanshawe College, Western University, and Conestoga College, and experience as a Pre-Service Elementary School Teacher in the Toronto District School Board and Thames Valley District School Board. 

​​Master of Arts, Sociology - McMaster University, 2010

Research Area: The Social Experience of Cancer/Social Change/Social Movements

Social Service Worker Diploma - Fanshawe College, 2004

President's Honour Roll

Bachelor of Education, Primary/Junior Specialization - University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 2003

​Graduated with Distinction

Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Sociology Major/Psychology Minor - Wilfrid Laurier University, 2002

​Research Area: Gender Bias in Primary School Education


​Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT), 2005 to Present

Ontario College of Teachers

Mental Health First Aid, 2016
Mental Health First Aid Canada

​Trauma Counselling for Front-Line Workers - Level 1, 2008

Hincks-Dellcrest Centre: Gail Appel Institute - Trauma and Resiliency Centre

Additional Training

Young Leaders of Tomorrow, United Way, 2005

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training, 2004
First Aid/CPR, 2004
WHMIS Training, 2004
Safe Schools Training Certificate, 2003
Teacher Development Certificate, 2003

"I strive to do my best in planting ‘seeds of knowledge’ and inspiring others through passionate and enthusiastic teaching."

- Daisy-Mae Hamelinck


​​OCT, M.A, B.Ed, B.A (Hons), SSWD

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