Ziad graduated from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, with a master’s degree in
Chemical engineering. He was a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Alberta and
has 20 years of teaching experience. He can teach mathematics and science both in
English and in French. Passionate about mathematics teaching, he can accurately find
students’ problems and solve them quickly. He has helped many students obtain perfect or excellent in school Math, Chemistry, AP chemistry and calculus or IB (Math, Chemistry and Physics), SAT and SSAT Math, Singapore Math, Math Contest. He has taught more than 150 students in Vancouver at secondary school and college in
various situations in-person and online, and even at undergraduate university level like
calculus for 1st and second years university. He has especially significant experience in teaching Mathematics and Chemistry to High-School Students in West Vancouver (85% among them raise their grade from 70 % to 90 % and above).
In addition to his experience in teaching in Canada, since he is multilingual, he also has
several years of experience in teaching High- School Students in Switzerland in multiple
Institutes and Schools in the region of Lausanne and Geneva.
Victoria is a distinguished physicist, holding a Doctorate in Physics, a Master of Science (MSc), and an Instructional Teaching Certification from UBC. She is an enthusiastic tutor with more than 10 years of tutoring experience, guiding students from grades 4 to 12, making complex concepts a breeze, while creating an engaging environment with real-world applications and active participation.
Victoria’s teaching journey began in grade 10 when she found joy in helping classmates with math and science, realizing her passion for education. As she pursued her undergraduate degree in Physics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), she ventured into tutoring, a path she continued at the University of British Columbia (UBC). There, she cultivated critical thinking and curiosity among her students.
Victoria’s love for science has taken her across six countries, including work in renowned laboratories like CERN in Geneva, ARGONNE in Chicago, and TRIUMF in Vancouver. Committed to mentoring and guiding graduate and undergraduate students, she emphasizes the value of curiosity in learning.
As a science teacher, Victoria prioritizes instilling critical thinking by fostering a habit of continuous inquiry. Beyond her academic pursuits, she enjoys outdoor activities like skiing, hiking, biking, and climbing. She’s passionate about exploring diverse cultures, travelling, and acquiring new languages, always with a big smile on her face.
Ines has a Master Degree in Marketing and has a Bachelor degree in Education. She is an Ontario Certified Teacher with 10 years of teaching experience. Ines is a native french who teaches maths, sciences and french at a public elementary school. Additionally, she completed an AQ (additional qualification) in Special Education. She has a strong experience working with students with special needs (Autistic spectrum, TDAH, learning disabilities, dyslexia, dyscalculia …).
Ines has a true passion for helping students grow and reach their full potential, she is committed to working with them in a personalized manner to help them achieve their goals.
Her enthusiasm, her energy and her ability to capture the attention of her students make her an excellent teacher who masters all disciplines.
I graduated from the University of Calgary as a Master of Science. I have over 4 years of tutoring experience at the university as a graduate level teaching assistant and as a private math tutor.
I am a proficient tutor for Grade 6-11 Mathematics, Grade 6-8 General Sciences, Grade 11-12 Physics, and Grade 6-12 Computer Science.
I strive to make learning interesting by igniting the curiosity all of us are born with. I am passionate about the subjects I teach and I aim to inspire my students to explore them with the same drive. I understand that all humans are unique, and thus have varying learning preferences. This is why, I keep my tutorials adaptive, and curate them according to the learning style of my students. In my tutorials, I value student engagement, communication, discussion, clear comprehension of concepts, problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking.
I look forward to accompanying and guiding you on your journey of learning.
I am Reyhane, an enthusiastic Applied Mathematics Ph.D. student with a wealth of teaching experience. I have instructed university-level students and tutored elementary, middle school, and high school students. My expertise spans arithmetic, pre-algebra, calculus, geometry, statistics, and mathematical problem-solving. I focus on building strong foundations in arithmetic for elementary students while also introducing pre-algebra concepts. My goal is to instil a love for math and nurture critical thinking skills in all my students, regardless of their age or level.
Vivian is a fourth-year international student at Queen’s University under the Concurrent Education program. She was born and raised in Saint Kitts and Nevis but studied abroad in China for her secondary education. Through her travels, Vivian has navigated through various curricula: the Kittian and American curriculum back home and the Chinese and Canadian systems in China. Continuously interacting with students and teachers from multiple countries including Venezuela, Thailand, Korea, and more, she has seen various approaches to learning and teaching- an observation she continues to make as she enters her final year of university. It is from the pedagogical differences in Saint Kitts, China, and Canada that Vivian found a passion for teaching.
For her Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Vivian is majoring in History and minoring in Mathematics. She hopes to teach these subjects at the Intermediate/Secondary level along with English and Computer Science, which she hopes to gain additional qualifications for. She has over five years of experience tutoring ENG2D, ENG3U, MTH1W, MPM2D, MCR3U, MHF4U, and MDM4U. From China to Canada, Vivian continues to develop her craft in teaching by offering one-on-one tutoring services to peers and personal clients. She has strengthened student understanding by identifying and mitigating their academic weaknesses; personalizing notes for sessions; enlisting online resources; and negotiating with various personalities to form valuable student-tutor relationships. She currently focuses on providing her services to at-risk students but is always happy to strengthen anyone’s relationship with academia. The only other passion that rivals teaching for Vivian is her love for Spoon, her cat! However, depending on what Spoon has done the day of, Vivian will tell you that her students are the clear winner.
Amelia graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences. Throughout her university career, Amelia taught first year mathematics and statistics classes as a Supplemental Learning (SL) leader. She is passionate about teaching, and is great at breaking down challenging concepts into smaller, more comprehensible pieces. Amelia gets to know her learners, and puts a lot of effort into understanding their learning styles, and catering to that. She has been tutoring and teaching math for eight years, and has helped many students enjoy math and view it as a comfortable challenge, rather than a daunting task. She has experience tutoring both individuals and groups, and is happy to do either or. She mainly has experience tutoring and teaching students of high school or university level, however she has lots of experience with younger students and is very comfortable tutoring any level.
In her free time, Amelia loves being active, whether that is skiing or climbing or anything in between. She also has traveled extensively, and has taught English abroad. She is an outgoing and friendly individual who always finds a way to make people feel comfortable. Her love for teaching stems from her love for helping people, and she really enjoys seeing the improvements her students make.
Dr. Vakarelov was professor in Philosophy and Information Studies at Duke University, where he taught classes in philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. He also taught for the UBC Master of Data Science program, as well as for the University of Arizona, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Toronto, and Humber College. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy and Cognitive Science from the University of Arizona, an M.S. in Logic and Computation from Carnegie Mellon University, and an M.A and B.Sc.+– in Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Toronto. After home-schooling his son during high school in Vancouver, and after sending him off to join the class of 2027 at Cornell University this coming fall, Dr. Vakarelov will be able to help other students improve their school experience and support them in their preparation for and transition to university. When not teaching, Dr. Vakarelov runs a technology company that develops web software applications.
Ruby has a PhD in experimental medicine and a Masters in regenerative medicine. She brings over 15 years of experience as an educator and has worked with students in elementary school all the way to medical professionals. She has worked with students in an one-on-one format, small groups and large classes. Ruby engages with her students through virtual and in-person formats. Ruby also provides tailored support for ACT, SAT, and SSATs. She applies various strategies honed over a decade of experience in standardized test preparation to support and coach her students. With her tailored approach, her students gain the confidence to strategically tackle test preparation material and critical thinking skills to effectively apply their core knowledge.
Harman is an Ontario Certified Senior Teacher that Specializes in Mathematics and Science and works with students from Junior kindergarten to high school at ROTMAN ARTS & SCIENCE SCHOOL, Vaughan . Harman graduated with her Masters in Mathematics, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Education
her approach to teaching is to focus on helping her students understand and master the material, rather than just memorize formulas or techniques. She believes that this is a key to long-term success in any subject.
To achieve this, Harman uses numerous teaching methods and resources in her lessons. This might include interactive investigation, problem- solving exercises, or visual aids such as diagram graphs or flow charts. She also encourages her students to ask questions and actively participate in the learning process, this helps them develop a deeper understanding of the subject and makes the learning process more enjoyable.
Knowing that there are different learning styles, Harman makes an effort to tailor her lessons to individual needs and learning styles. For Example, if a student is more visual, she might use more diagrams and flow charts in her lessons, while if a student is more hands-on, she might use more interactive or problem-solving exercises .
In her spare time, she loves to draw sketches, cook and spend time exploring nature.
Overall, her goal as a tutor is to share her knowledge and expertise in a way that helps learners succeed.