Morgan is currently studying to be an early/middle years teacher at the University of Winnipeg. Morgan has gained valuable teaching experience through her practicum and a summer learning program where she worked with students from kindergarten to grade 6. Morgan believes that getting to know and discovering students strengths, weaknesses and interests are essential in helping them learn. Morgan loves to make learning fun and adapt her teaching style to each students needs. In her free time she loves music, reading, hiking and art. She can’t wait to help you on your learning journey!


Nicole is an Early Childhood Studies Graduate from Ryerson University. She is currently completing her Bachelor of Education in the Primary/Junior Division at York University, where she is continuing to build upon her skills as an educator. During her Undergraduate program, she had many hands-on field placement opportunities including working in a Childcare Centre, Early Intervention Centre with children with Autism and a Public School. These placements provided an opportunity for her to plan lessons for a variety of grade levels with diverse needs. Nicole knew she wanted to pursue a career in education from a young age. She worked as a Swimming Instructor for children aged 3-13 and in the summer months, Nicole works as a Camp Counsellor/Specialist in an Art, Dance and Music based camp. Nicole has a deep passion for incorporating the arts in her learning experiences with students. Outside of work and education, Nicole enjoys yoga, meditation, listening to music and playing the guitar. She is incredibly kind and patient with every child she works with. She ensures that she gets to know the needs, interests and abilities of each of her students to ensure that her teaching is meaningful, effective, and relatable. She believes that this is an important step in creating a strong connection with her students and ultimately creating a learning environment that is welcoming, fun and comfortable for each learner. Nicole is interested and is always learning new teaching methods and strategies to ensure that she is granting each child with the optimal learning experience.


Catherine is an Ontario certified primary/junior teacher and holds a Master’s Degree in Adolescent Education for English. She has been teaching students from nursery up to grade 11 since 2006 and lived overseas for 13 years teaching at the primary level in Mongolia, Eritrea, Venezuela, and Vietnam. Catherine is committed to continuous professional development and has completed additional coursework in primary English, math and science. In her free time, Catherine loves yoga, scuba diving, playing the guitar, puzzles, and cooking. She also works as a freelance writer!


Victoria graduated from Mount Royal University with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, majoring in Mathematics. She has been working with elementary and junior high students for the past 4 years. Through her practicums and experience working with students in various grades, Victoria is keen on building strong relationships with her students and helping them meet or exceed their goals for learning. She is extremely organized, passionate, resourceful and is genuinely invested in her students’ progress and success.


Jenny is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) teaching at St Matthew High School in Ottawa and is a Master of Education (M.Ed) candidate at the University of Ottawa. Jenny graduated from McMaster University with a BAH in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour. During her time at McMaster University, Jenny was the captain of the Varsity Women’s Lacrosse team. She also completed her B.Ed degree at Queen’s University.
Jenny is qualified to teach at the Primary and Junior level (K-6), Intermediate Mathematics (7-10), Intermediate/Senior Phys Ed (7-12), Intermediate/Senior English (7-12)Senior Social Studies (11-12), and Special Education. Moreover, Jenny has ample experience coaching Varsity Soccer, Hockey and Lacrosse and is a supervisor for the Athletic Council at her school. Jenny also coached the U-19 Ladyhawk Lacrosse team in Oakville, Ontario.
As a tutor and a mentor, Jenny shapes her pedagogy around deep learning; having students transcend surface level knowledge to retain information over longer periods of time. Jenny is energetic, supportive, and demands the best out of her students.


Dimitrios is an OCT certified teacher with 7 years of experience. During his time with the Hamilton Wentworth Catholic District School Board, he has taught a variety of grades and subjects. Dimitrios is certified in the junior/intermediate/and senior divisions. Although his specialty is music, he has had experience teaching mathematics, literacy, science, and social studies. He also has experience teaching virtually in an individualized, engaging manner to facilitate student success. Dimitrios believes it is his responsibility as a teacher/tutor to foster student growth through struggle and adversity, while at the same time praising and celebrating their achievements. The opportunity to be a role model and affect the lives of his students in a positive manner is something that Dimitrios takes great pride in. He is a part of many musical groups where he performs for different functions as well as enjoys watching sports such as football and soccer.


My name is Cassandra and I am a Primary Junior Ontario Certified Teacher. I am a graduate of both Ryerson University and York University respectively. I have a diploma in Early Childhood Education with honours, a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Studies and a Bachelor of Education. I am a huge advocate for hands-on learning because I believe that the act of learning is done best when the experience is an enjoyable one. I am a huge fan of literature and the arts so I try to incorporate different elements of the arts into my everyday teaching practices. When working with students, I try to form meaningful bonds with each individual child to really get to know how they learn best and how I can help them reach their full potential. Outside of teaching, I am a lover of cats, I have one of my own named Luna who I’m sure will end up joining some of my tutoring sessions! I love to cook and try out new recipes. look forward to working with you and your child(ren) in the near future!


Mackenzie is in the Concurrent Education program at Brock University where she is specializing in elementary education. She has several years of experience working as a tutor with various school boards, where she has facilitated online literacy programs in addition to individualized support in math, science, and English. Mackenzie has also completed many educational placements and she was a peer mentor at Brock University. She enjoys spending time at her cottage with friends and family!


Laura has over 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience in a variety of environments, from elementary through to high school. She has also taught ESL locally and abroad. She has experience working with students within a wide range of learning abilities, and works compassionately with students wherever they are at. Laura holds a Masters degree, and is a certified Early Childhood Educator. She is interested in learning about and participating in efforts towards social justice.


Hi there! I am a 20-year-old education student at the University of Winnipeg with a major in English and a minor in child development. I have a passion for helping and teaching children and have tons of child care experience. I would love to have the chance to help your child with their homework or course understandings!