ERIC L.

Eric is currently in his 3rd year of Electrical Engineering at McMaster University and has 3+ years of private tutoring experience with students of all backgrounds. He founded an eBike startup and loves all aspects of mathematics, science, and technology. Eric believes in individualized learning and strives to help every student find their passion to fuel their academic performance.

 

CODY F.

Cody is a passionate teacher, dedicated to student success and development. He is a graduate of UofT and OISE, with a background is math, chemistry and physics. He is a versatile and experienced teacher, with over 8 years of teaching experience in different contexts, from swim instructor, to university TA and classroom teacher. He has taught in multiple countries, providing education in different curriculum structures to students with varying needs and learning styles. Cody cherishes great connections with students, believing it to be a cornerstone to student development as it provides a helpful and supportive relationship. As a tutor, he believes any student can succeed given the proper support and understanding of their needs.

Christian M.

Hi, I’m Christian, but I can also go by CJ. I am a graduate from Ontario Tech University’s Faculty of Education in the Intermediate-Senior Division and I am certified with the Ontario College of Teachers to teach Math and Physics. I believe in the growth mindset and I look forward to learning and developing alongside my students.

As a tutor, I have experience with both in-person and online sessions, and I try to take an approach that allows me to grow student confidence in the subject and create opportunities for them to develop skills that can help them in their learning going forward.

I love bringing personality to my teaching, and the one-on-one aspect of tutoring is ideal for that and building a rapport with my students.

Outside of teaching, my hobbies include watching movies, following sports, and playing video games.

PRABH B.

Hi I am Prabh. I recently graduated from University of Toronto where I completed my masters majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minors in Data Science. I have almost 5 years of experience in teaching including one to one teaching and also teaching at University of Toronto.

 

I strongly believe that students learn by doing and engaging. Therefore I try to incorporate this by always trying to give students practical examples or visually show them things to explain concepts which aids them and enhances their learning experience.

 

Personal interaction with students and two way communication with both the student and parents are two important points which I always keep in mind while tutoring my students.
I try to become a MENTOR rather than a teacher for the student.

 

Caleb C.

Caleb Creasor is a third year university student at Lehigh University majoring in Biology. He has been on the Dean’s list for three consecutive semesters while also balancing being an NCAA Division 1 Lacrosse player. He is a St. Andrew’s College Alumni graduating in 2018 on the Headmaster’s Honour Roll.
While at SAC, Caleb was MacDonald House captain where he mentored and supported middle school boarding students. Through his time at SAC and now at Lehigh, Caleb has developed a passion for teaching others. He is currently spending his summer coaching lacrosse, tutoring and volunteering at the Huntsville Animal Hospital.
Caleb has completed university level coursework in physics, calculus, biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and neuroscience. He is looking forward to sharing his passion for learning and his love for math and science with his future students.

AZHAR H.

Azhar is a second-year Mechatronics engineering student at the University of Waterloo. He has extensive experience in tutoring students and a keen interest in mathematics and science. Azhar believes that patience and enthusiasm are extremely important in helping a student learn.

AYESHA M.

Ayesha is an enthusiastic second year Systems Design Engineering and Physics student at the University of Waterloo with 5+ years of experience in teaching math and physics to students from Grades 1-12 with various learning abilities. As a tutor, Ayesha believes that any student can achieve academic success when provided with the proper materials and support that is catered towards their learning style.

Waiyne S.

Hi, my name is Waiyne. I am an OCT-certified teacher with 2 years of teaching experience abroad (one year in Math and one year in Science). I make math and science lessons come alive for my students by relating abstract concepts to their everyday life.  I incorporate tools like whiteboards, visuals and other manipulatives to help students understand the material through visual and tactual means. I strive to help my students reach their full potential by providing them with individualized support they require.

MAHSA M.

Misha graduated from the University of Toronto (St George Campus) with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Science and Engineering. She has seven years of expert teaching experience in all levels of mathematic courses including junior, secondary and post-secondary education with a 100% passing rate. Courses that Misha teaches include (but are not limited to) Principles of Mathematics, Functions, Calculus, Probability & Statistics, Data modelling, Linear algebra and etc. She has taught hundreds of students across the Ontario from different educational backgrounds and has helped students with very low grades to achieve an above 90% average in their mathematics courses.

Misha is passionate and caring; she does everything it takes to help her students succeed and achieve their goals. She is also resourceful in providing academic counselling, options, and assessments to help students choose their field of interest.

ATHI S.

Athi is currently a student at the University of Toronto finishing a Bachelor of Arts & Sciences, double majoring in Neuroscience and Conservational Biology and minoring in Astrophysics with plans to continue his education with a Masters of Teaching at OISE (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education). He has worked at the Ontario Science Centre for the past 5 years as a Senior Recreational Programs Assistant, where he runs several recreational and educational programs and events such as the ever popular OSC Day Camps, a science camp geared about educating children about relevant science topics in an engaging manner. Alongside this position, Athi has also been tutoring high school sciences and maths since…well since he was in high school! With a strong background in teaching and experience working with and mentoring students from ages 4-19, he knows that confidence in the course and balance are key in reaching success and is eager to help his students master those same skills. In his spare time he enjoys playing sports, at one time he knew how to play 7 instruments, and is a huge fan of competitive napping.