Nisha C.

Nisha has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics. She has over 10 yrs experience tutoring and 3 years experience as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Ryerson. Nisha currently works in Finance at TD Bank and gives back to her community regularly by volunteering at non profit organizations such as, Big Brother’s Big Sister’s, Jump Math and Habitat for Humanity.

PAIGE S.

Paige is a 2nd-year University of Waterloo student studying mathematics. She completed her primary and secondary schooling in French immersion and has a DELF B1 certification.
Paige has significant tutoring experience both in person and online and enjoys seeing the learning progression that her students experience. Paige has always enjoyed teaching others and looks forward to a long career in teaching.

KAVEH A.

Kaveh started out with a Bachelor of Engineering from Ryerson University and began a career in mechanical engineering. He quickly discovered his real passion was for teaching while he was a tutor during his university program. Upon his graduation from Ryerson, he pursued a Masters of Science in Education at Medaille College, NY and will be an accredited Ontario teacher very soon.

Kaveh’s background in engineering has given him a strong foundation in mathematics and science and he is very familiar with the Ontario math curriculum through his many years of tutoring. Kaveh has been a professor at Centennial College and also Seneca College and he has tutored students from K-12 in mathematics, with a specialty in upper level math courses like Advanced Functions, Calculus & Vectors & Data Management. He also has an aptitude for Physics and can tutor G11 & G12 as well as 1st year university math & physics courses. Kaveh finds inspiration in all aspects of teaching and encouraging students to work to their best abilities – some of his students have pursued programs in Aerospace Engineering, Architecture and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

Josh M.

Josh has been a Math and Science teacher and tutor for nearly a decade in the GTA. He graduated with a BFA from Pennsylvania State University before studying Biophysics at York University. He graduated with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario and is currently teaching math, science, and arts production with the TCDSB.

Josh has spent the last several years teaching courses such as MDM4U, MCR3U, MHF4U, MPM2D, SPH3U/4U, and even the new streamlined math curriculum, MTH1W. Josh has extensive experience working with and differentiating instruction for students with exceptionalities, as well as for gifted students. He is a strong believer that any student can achieve their fullest potential with the right guidance.

CHLOE W.

Chloe is a Secondary Math teacher in the Peel region with 8 years of experience.

Her passion for coaching soccer and teaching piano in her formative years allowed her to unlock her gift of creating a positive learning environment for children which flourished into a love for teaching. She then embarked on her Post Secondary journey at the University of Windsor where she studied Math and English and obtained her Bachelor of Education. Shortly after graduating, she moved to China and taught English and Math at an International High School for 2 years. Chloe returned to Canada in 2016 and has taught grades 6-12 since then.

As an advocate for professional development and continued education Chloe obtained her Primary & Junior Math Specialist and is currently pursuing her Master’s of Education at Queen’s University. It is her belief that a child’s ability to analyze and think critically is essential to their development and integration in our evolving society. Chloe’s objective as an educator is to promote the growth mindset and develop an individual’s confidence in Mathematics. Due to her empathetic and encouraging personality, she motivates, challenges and inspires students to confidently engage in mathematics and make interdisciplinary connections. With this practice at the core of her teaching philosophy, Chloe hopes to instill the core values necessary to become the change leaders of the next generation.

Christine H.

Christine has successfully defended her master’s in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto (UofT) and completed with the highest distinction, two undergraduate degrees in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering as well as Honours Life Science (minor in Math) at McMaster University. Her passion for tutoring started in high school and continued through to my master’s where I became the head TA for the Introduction to Programming Engineering course at UofT. She has extensive experience tutoring Math, Physics and Programming courses for high school and university levels. Christine enjoys making difficult topics fun by re-explaining concepts in a variety of different ways, reinforcing knowledge with practice problems, and providing real-world examples. She teaches students in a way that facilitates confidence so they can knock their tests and assignments out of the park!

Christine’s work focuses on research and development for medical devices and in her spare time she is a coach for the University of Toronto’s Synchronized Swimming Team.

Akashdeep D.

Akash has a Master’s degree in Molecular Genetics from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Ontario. Currently, Akash has one first author publication from his Bachelor’s thesis, one invention patent on work from his Master’s degree, and an additional first author publication in works.

Hilmi M.

Hilmi is a graduate from McMaster university’s Biotechnology program. During his studies he was a volunteer as a representative of the university to introduce new students to the campus and help them through a mentorship program. The program involved tutoring 1st and 2nd year students to help them succeed in their courses. Calculus, intro to programming, statistics, physics, chemistry and biology were among the courses that he tutored.

Outside of education, Hilmi is an avid Rock climber, computer builder, comic movie buff, Disney fan, and loves to camp.

Tessa N.

Originally from Vancouver, Tessa came to Toronto to pursue studies in physics and mathematics at the University of Toronto. Now in the second last year of her degree, she is passionate about sharing the joys of scientific learning with students of all ages. With 5 years of private tutoring experience in her pocket, Tessa is dedicated to providing her students with high quality support through the use of personalized learning plans, stimulating regimens, and focus on strong foundations. Tessa has tutored high school students in mathematics, physics, English, and French, covering mathematics and physics into the university level. When she is not pouring over her physics homework, Tessa can be found going for long walks with her golden retriever and contemplating the philosophical implications of quantum field theory. Having worked as a lead instructor at PACE Summer Camps and a cycling teacher at Pedalheads in Vancouver, BC, Tessa has ample experience working with children aged 8-17 and hopes to inspire each student to unlock their potential and achieve success. Motivated by the notion that learning starts with believing in one’s own abilities, she is eager to help all students excel

 

SHUBHAYAN K.

 

Shubhayan earned his Master’s Degree in Applications of Mathematics at the Chennai Mathematical Institute in 2013 and is currently pursuing independent studies in Machine Learning and Data Science.

With over 6 years of experience in Mathematics teaching and tutoring at various levels ranging from middle school to professional education, he incorporates his love for the subject with a passion for sharing and exchanging knowledge to create a unique learning experience for each of his students.

 

His study resources extend beyond books and lectures, and out into the real world and online math learning platforms. He makes efficient use of tools like Desmos and Geogebra, and refers to captivating sources like Numberphile and 3Blue1Brown on YouTube for inspiration.

 

He is a former candidate delegate for the World Cube Association, and his special skills and interests include Cooking, Karaoke, Board Games and being able to solve a Rubik’s Cube in under twenty seconds, one handed.