Ammar Aljamal is an Electrical Engineer at SCENTROID- Stouffville, ON. He earned a master’s degree from the computer and electrical department at the University of Manitoba. His bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering strengthened his math background and provided him the significant knowledge that gives him the ability to deliver his lessons using creativity and motivational skills.
Through his academic career, he has gained good teaching experience. This includes working as a teacher assistant in the faculty of engineering during his master’s program and working as a student tutor providing support for undergraduate students in several courses.
For the past three years he has tutored students from grades 1-12 plus university in the following subjects including but not limited to Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Electric Circuit, and Computer Programming.
Luke is a tutor and learner who values breadth, experimentation and interdisciplinary knowledge, having radically changed majors, schools and career goals many a time. Ultimately earning an MA in Linguistics and a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Toronto, he has tutored mathematics, French, physics, chemistry and computer programming since 2016, with stints working as a university teaching assistant, dialect researcher, and even a professional web developer. He has worked with students of all ages, from elementary to post-secondary, and with diverse learning needs, such as ADHD and giftedness. Luke believes in maintaining a non-judgemental space where students are encouraged to identify and articulate their difficulties and strengths, formulate goals, and develop a sense of self-efficacy through subject mastery. Grateful to have savoured quite the cheese platter of educational opportunities, he continues to sample new ones, dabbling in theatrical clown, improv, voice acting, and the aerial arts.
Christine holds her Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from Concordia University, and her Bachelor’s in Mechatronics Engineering (Mechatronics) from the German University in Cairo.
She worked at Allô Mon Tuteur as a Math and French Tutor for both Elementary and High School students and she volunteered as the Exchange Participant Manager at Ometz, where she tutored Math and French to multiple families. Her specialties include math (including Calculus), French (Elementary reading, speaking, and listening), English and History.
Christine’s kind-yet-firm approach creates an enjoyable learning environment within which students can thrive.
Ajay graduated from Royal West and from Marianopolis in Health Sciences. He currently studies software engineering at McGill University.
He has tutored grades 9 to 11 in physics, chemistry, general math and science, calculus (I & II), linear algebra and programming. He started tutoring his peers when he was in Grade 8 and has volunteered as a math tutor with kids in grades 1-3. He also tutors the SATs, ACTs & SSATs.
He has come in 3rd place in the esteemed Euler Math Competition, and won the science fair for four years in a row.
Ajay’s approachable manner, his deep understanding and love of the subjects, and his easy-going personality, make him a fabulous choice for everyone. He is also fully bilingual.
Cristian is currently studying Electrical Engineering at McGill University. He graduated from the Pure and Applied Science program at Dawson College and from the International School of Montreal for high school.
He has years of experience as a math, physics and science tutor. As a peer tutor at Dawson College, he tutored calculus, linear algebra, mechanics, and other physics courses.
Cristian creates a learning environment of creative and critical thinking that uses humour and patience.
Jerome has a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelor’s in Computing Technology. He has tutored for a number of years, specializing mostly in high school, CEGEP, and university-level math, physics, and programming. He loves meeting new people, is very patient, and likes to bring a personalized approach catered to each student’s goals and learning styles.