Wiki is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT # 721107) with experience teaching science, chemistry, business studies, mathematics, and English in Grades 7-12. As an Assistant Lecturer in Chemistry at IMC Education Inc. in Colombo, Sri Lanka, he earned the award for the best lecturer of the year. Wiki completed his Master of Teaching at the University of Toronto, following three previous degrees: a BA (Hons) and a Master of Science in Strategic Marketing from Cardiff Metropolitan University, and a BSc (Hons) in Applied Sciences (Chemistry) from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka. Wiki is fluent in English and Sinhala and has proficiency in Tamil.
Jordan is an Ontario Certified Teacher. He grew up in Sudbury, Ontario where he completed an Undergraduate Degree in English Literature as well as received a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Laurentian University. He then received a Master’s degree in New Media and Communication from McMaster University. Throughout his school experiences, Jordan realized how passionate he was about helping others achieve their goals. In his spare time, Jordan works one-on-one with children ranging from 6 years to high school. He has supported the improvement of their writing, reading, and vocabulary skills. Jordan believes in building a strong relationship with his student in order to help them achieve their academic goals as well as provide meaningful life skills that can be used outside of the classroom. As a mentor, Jordan continuously develops novel strategies for working with children and makes each experience rewarding and fun.
Jordan is an Ontario Certified Teacher with a Bachelors of Applied Science in Kinesiology from the University of Guelph and a Bachelors of Education from Lakehead University. He is currently a High School teacher in Waterloo region. Paramount to his teaching philosophy is treating all students with dignity and respect throughout all interactions. Jordan’s goal is always to provide top tier learning opportunities for his students in a welcoming and inclusive environment. He emphasizes resilience and determination to help his students achieve their goals. When he is not teaching, Jordan enjoys staying active by playing hockey, volleyball, and competing in powerlifting.
Rupak Haque is an Ontario Certified Teacher. He grew up in USA, moving to Windsor to complete a Degree in Education from the University of Windsor. Prior to which, he completed a BSc in Applied Physics from Pennsylvania and an MBA from Alabama . Rupak developed a deep love of travel and took the opportunity to explore the world following the completion of his degree having visited most of the countries in Europe, Middle East, South Asia and North America. It was during his stay in South Asia that Rupak discovered his passion for teaching and working with children. Having decided to pursue teaching as a career Rupak moved to Canada. It is through teaching that Rupak has been able to foster his love of Physics and Math. In his spare time Rupak works one-on-one tutoring with high school students of Math and Physics. Rupak understands the importance of friendship and mentorship with his students in order to help them grow in their learning. Having grown in his career over the years, Rupak has amassed a whole plethora of techniques and strategies in teaching Math and Physics that his students find invaluable.
Kristina has been teaching Science (Biology, Human Biology, and Forensics) and AP Psychology at Brunswick School in CT for eight years. She also enjoys teaching and tutoring Chemistry. Kristina has a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from Claremont McKenna College, a Master of Art in Teaching from Manhattanville College, and a Master of Science in Biology from NYU. In addition to teaching, she helps work with the Brunswick Water Polo program and has earned her EMT certification and looks forward to volunteering in her free time.
Megan G. is a certified English teacher who has taught all grades 7-12. Currently teaching middle school English Language Arts in Connecticut, she has tutored upper elementary, middle, and high school students ranging in subjects from English, Social Studies, Spanish, test prep, summer work, college essay writing, and executive functioning/organizational systems support.
Kaisy is an Ontario Certified teacher with a Bachelor of Education from Queen’s University specializing in Math, Science and Chemistry as her teachable subjects.
Kaisy is a supply teacher with the school boards and has extensive tutoring experience. Science and Mathematics are a passion that Kaisy enjoys sharing with her students and she loves to help others find a specific interest that inspires learning and provides a different view of the world. Kaisy believes that the specific methodology changes, but the enthusiasm for discovering new things in a way that works for each person is the same. She is continually motivated by the confidence each student gains after accomplishing a difficult task and is committed to helping students develop a love of learning based on their individual interests and specific abilities. Kaisy is fluent in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. She enjoys hiking, rock climbing and camping and she recently found her new all-time favourite – Bubble Tea!
Barry holds a Doctorate in Physical Chemistry specializing in Material Science. During this time Barry participated in the development of lithium ion batteries at the laboratories at General Motors. He continued his research of lithium batteries at the University of Oklahoma as well as teaching chemistry. Barry went on to hold the position of Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Utah State University.
Barry taught at the University of Alberta, and has four years of experience teaching High School Chemistry. Barry has years of experience tutoring students. Subjects include High School Chemistry and Math for grades seven to nine.
Grace (she/her) has a master’s of English Literature from the University of Alberta and completed her undergraduate degree with a double major in Classical Studies and English Literature from the University of British Columbia.
During her time at UBC, Grace created and facilitated an undergraduate seminar course in Indigenous Literatures, a teaching experience that was enriched by her experience as a tutor and substitute teacher in Yellowknife for students from junior kindergarten to grade 12. Now, returning to Yellowknife from Edmonton after completing her graduate degree, Grace is enthusiastic to apply her experience in the field as a literacy and writing tutor.
Born and raised in Yellowknife, she is always excited to return home and join in on festivities like Folk on the Rocks and the Old Town Ramble and Ride. In her spare time she enjoys reading, cross-country skiing, and travelling.