Timothy H.

Timothy Hunter is a lifelong learner and huge nerd, interested in anything math, science or tech related. He has been helping students succeed in math and science for over 7 years. He is a recent graduate from Western University, where he achieved his Masters of Science in Medical Biophysics. During his studies, Timothy published a thesis about using computational methods to investigate the connection between atrial fibrillation and dementia, and authored four peer-reviewed journal articles. Timothy is working towards a career in data analysis, currently doing consulting and web development for small businesses, and tutoring high school to college maths and sciences. He also loves nature, and enjoys spending his free time in Montreals many beautiful parks.

Michael Z.

My name is Michael and I am currently enrolled in the Masters of Education program at Ontario Tech University. I have previously completed my honours Bachelor in Chemistry with a minor in biological science. I am passionate about teaching and learning new things, I love finding new creative ways of solving problems and incorporating technology into lessons. I have extensive experience in science courses and I am comfortable teaching students of any age. While I particularly enjoy chemistry and biology, I am also comfortable teaching physics, general science and intermediate math. I also really enjoy learning new technology and I have some experience with coding. In my free time I enjoy going hiking and being outdoors, playing video games, watching tv and movies, cooking and exercising.


Adeel earned his Masters in Education Technology from the University of British Columbia in 2015 and his Bachelor of Education from Nipissing University in 1999. In addition, he has a degree in Economics from Brock University and a diploma in Web/Multimedia Management and Webmaster from Georgian College. Adeel has Basic Qualifications to teach Junior and Intermediate Divisions, as well as qualifications in French, e-learning, and technology integration. Adeel strongly believes that each teaching opportunity should be unique to the students and that a strong relationship between teacher and student is vital to learning. He loves to teach coding to all grade levels, especially through the creation of computer games. Teaching French is also a passion of his, as he loves to see parent’s reactions when their children pick up a Parisian accent. Outside of the classroom, Adeel likes to spend his time playing with his two children and exploring the Muskoka region for great beaches and ice cream stands.


Amanda obtained her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering from Carleton University. She has been tutoring students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) subjects for several years for students between Grades 6 and 12. She has also volunteered for Girls Learning Code, a summer camp program geared towards introducing coding to young children. She has also worked with teachers within the Toronto District School Board to help along with the coding curriculum. In her spare time, she likes to hike, train in kick boxing and gymnastics, read, and travel.