Brittany R.

Hello! My name is Brittany and I am an Ontario and New York State certified Elementary teacher. Currently I hold a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in education. I have nearly ten years experience working as an Educational Assistant prior to beginning my career as a teacher. I specialize in working with students with ASD, and am ABA and FBA certified. I also hold a TESOL (teaching english to speakers of other languages) certification and various trainings/certifications in the field of special education and mental health.

Kate E.

I am passionate about education and am committed to the success of my students. I have taken on multiple roles in education over the past decade, including working as an Education Assistant and as a Registered Early Childhood Educator at a private Montessori school in Toronto and both the York and Durham Region Schools Boards. I have been focused on inclusion and working with children who have special needs in my community since 2008. I also have a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education with a concentration on Autism Spectrum Disorder, and I am enrolled to begin my Bachelor of Education in the fall. I am focused on creating learning opportunities that are based on the individual and developmental needs of my students. I love to spend time with my children while hiking on our local trails.

Chelsea G.

Chelsea Geier is a Certified Teacher. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Education and Spanish from Colorado State University. She currently lives in Boulder, where she is completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University.

For the past seven years, Chelsea has been a public school teacher. She has extensive experience teaching middle school students; however, she enjoys working with students of all ages. For example, for a year and a half, Chelsea was a volunteer English teacher for the Peace Corps in Costa Rica, which dramatically improved her Spanish language skills.

Beyond teaching literacy skills to students, Chelsea values relationship building most of all, because learning can’t happen without a solid student-teacher connection. Chelsea also supports the development of the whole child, especially with regards to self-esteem and confidence. She firmly believes that self-esteem makes the biggest difference when it comes to helping students learn.

Chelsea grew up in Parker, Colorado and loves spending time outdoors, camping, running, and hiking.


Lubna is an Ontario Certified Teacher, who presently teaches with the Toronto District School Board. She has a Bachelor of Education degree from Tyndale University and an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology & Socio-Legal Studies, from the University of Toronto. Lubna knew she wanted to become an educator since she was in elementary school and through inspiration of her third-grade teacher. In secondary school, she grew a deep love for the field of law, and later continued to explore this field in her undergraduate studies. While simultaneously exploring her newfound interest in legal studies, she continued pursuing her dreams of becoming an educator by tutoring at her local library in Hamilton, ON for several years. Lubna is an innovative, student-focused, motivated and effective educator with 10 years of experience supporting children reach academic and social-emotional success, both individually and in group settings. Her love of learning and passion for teaching others has resulted in her acquiring 7 years of tutoring experience and 3 years of classroom teaching experience, both within the private and public school system.

Lubna’s experience of working closely with diverse inner-city students, including, English language learners and those with exceptionalities has definitely strengthened her understanding of the various learning abilities and individual student needs. It is her goal as an educator to create a safe and inclusive learning environment for each of her students, in order to help them adopt a growth mindset. She has a strong belief that every child can succeed and that a growth mindset is important to that success. In her classroom, mistakes are not seen as failure to succeed, but rather an opportunity to reflect, redirect, and retry. She believes that it is through making mistakes that we learn the most and grow in our knowledge and understanding of the world around us.

Nicole S.

Nicole is an Ontario Certified Teacher, with experience teaching Primary, Junior and Intermediate grades. Nicole is currently completing her Master of Education this year at York University. Nicole has experience working with children of all ages and abilities. Nicole has tutored for 6+ years and teaches Special Education. Nicole has experiences teaching and tutoring online as well.

She recognizes that each student has their own unique learning abilities and promotes safe and inclusive learning environment. Nicole gets to know her students interests in order to create impactful lesson plans that will engage each learner. Nicole is a caring and positive individual and is passionate about working with children. During Nicole’s spare time, she enjoys doing yoga, going on walks, reading, hiking, and more!


Victoria received a Bachelor’s Degree in Childhood Education and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Manhattan College. Victoria is now a tenured New York City Department of Education teacher working in a 12:1:1 classroom with Special Education students. In her six years of experience, Victoria has worked in a day treatment school setting which focuses on preparing students to succeed both inside and outside of the classroom.

Victoria has experience working with students who have a wide variety of learning styles and needs. She understands the importance of planning engaging and differentiated lessons to meet the needs of each individual student. Victoria also prioritizes creating a safe, respectful, and growth-producing environment with each student and their families. She is passionate about making learning fun and celebrating each learning milestone a child makes–no matter how big or small!

When Victoria is not teaching she enjoys cooking, spending time with her family and friends, and relaxing on the beach.


Camille is an Ontario Certified Teacher, qualified to teach at the primary, junior, and intermediate levels. She completed her teacher education in Jamaica, however, she has taught in Ontario for over 10 years. Camille is currently working with the Peel District School board. Her teaching/tutoring style is very student-centered, and she meets students where they are academically, and then works with them to achieve their highest potential. Camille thoroughly enjoys working with students to meet and overcome any challenges they may have in language, math, or French.

Diana F.

Diana is an Ontario certified teacher who has had a successful career spanning over 25 years (since 1997) in education with the Toronto Board. She began her career in teaching as a Deaf-blind Facilitator, then acquiring her degree in education with a specialist in visual arts from York University in 2005.

Diana prides herself as a lifelong learner and encourages her students to be the same. She has a patient and supportive approach to teaching. Her special education background coupled with visual arts allows her to support and provide varying and unique ways to support all types of learners, in order to help them meet their full potential.

Diana is passionate about the arts, animals and the environment. When she is not teaching she can be found creating art, tending to her ample collection of plants, hiking, and spending time with close friends and family.

Baharak G.

Baharak is a dedicated educator who continuously strives to develop pedagogical responses to all students’ strengths, experiences, and needs by understanding through meaningful interactions with students, community members, and other stakeholders. She has over 15 years of experience in the educational field. She has a Bachelor of Education in the Primary-Junior Division. Further to her studies, she obtained a Master of Arts-Music degree. She has a wealth of experience working as a teacher in the TDSB.

Baharak’s teaching style is dynamic, and she takes pride in creating a communicative environment where students feel comfortable. She has had the pleasure of working with students from four corners of the world with diverse cultures. This has taught her the sensitivity, value, and importance of working in a vibrant multicultural environment. She has also been a professional Art Teacher (Visual Art & Music) and a Fashion Designer for over 20 years, with many years of experience teaching Music and Art at all levels, from kindergarten to adults. She is an expert at encouraging creativity while simultaneously teaching solid technical skills.

Baharak develops and implements engaging lessons aligned with the Grade K – 8 curriculums. She adapts teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ needs and interests.

Baharak addresses specific learning challenges that the student is currently facing; she helps students with exam preparation strategies and teaches techniques that enable them to achieve and succeed in their subjects.

Mack L.

Mack is currently enrolled at McGill University in the Education Faculty with the goal of achieving a Bachelor’s of Education in Secondary Social Science. He is passionate about teaching and learning and believes that students thrive with a little positivity and commitment. He also believed the a good tutor is someone who is organized and creative in their approach. He has a history of private and volunteer tutoring within the community and was the recipient of the certificat du mérite en histoire for his performance in the Secondary 4 history exam put forth by the Quebec Ministry of Education. He has a passion for history and geography and outside of school enjoys mystery novels and working with dogs.