Lauren Sigel has over 20 years’ experience in the field of education as an elementary teacher, principal of the Leo Baeck Day School and vice-principal of The Toronto French School. She provides literacy and executive function development support in both English and French to children with a range of needs including ADHD and language-based learning disabilities.
Lauren’s academic instruction is individualized, engaging and interactive. Her warm and accessible nature helps her to form a quick connection with her students. Lauren’s strength-based approach to learning promotes the confidence and motivation in her students to persevere in their learning.
French language learning is central to Lauren’s educational career. She teaches conversation French courses, provides tailored individualized French lessons and mentors new French teachers.
In addition to Lauren’s work at the Red Oak, Lauren is working towards developing programming for students with developmental disabilities.
Lauren is trained in the Wilson Reading System. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario and her Bachelor of Education from York University.