This is Kate M. and her pronouns are she/her. Kate is a neurodivergent queer educator, Registered Early Childhood Educator, and an Ontario Certified Teacher. As an educator, who has been involved in a variety of Early Childhood Education and Care and school settings for seven years in Waterloo and Toronto, Kate has experienced continuous professional learning opportunities through engaging with children, educators, teachers, supervisors, principles, families, and the community. Kate continues to be flexible in adapting her teaching philosophy to the changing world that we all live in. Her teachable academic subjects are in Primary-Junior that includes introduction to special education and mental health. Her main passion is music and this has been a part of her life since she was very young. Kate has been singing in music festivals since she was 8 years old. This led to choral singing and voice lessons with the Royal Conservatory of Music, completing level 8, and then having the experience to teach music lessons privately as well as through Wilfred Laurier University. Kate has also learned how to play guitar, flute, piano, ukulele, and the mandolin as well as studying music theory. Her interests and hobbies are in music, the arts, outdoor education, as well as exploring the city, traveling, and visiting friends and family.


Megan grew up in Calgary and moved to Toronto to complete an Undergraduate Degree in Economics at the University of Toronto. Throughout her academic journey, Megan has consistently earned recognition as a Dean’s List Scholar and has been the recipient of multiple scholarships in acknowledgment of her outstanding achievements. With a passion for education and working with children, Megan aspires to pursue a career in teaching. Drawing upon over 3 years of diverse teaching experiences, ranging from one-on-one tutoring sessions with young learners to conducting group lessons with university students, Megan has supported the improvement of their reading, writing, vocabulary, and math skills. Megan takes the time to understand her students’ unique learning styles and needs to create a personalized teaching approach. She prioritizes building a solid foundation and equipping her students with effective learning strategies to empower them in their academic pursuits. Beyond the classroom, Megan can be found exploring the city with her camera in hand, reading at a cafe, and hosting dinner gatherings with her friends.



Amal is a goal-driven professional educator with a PhD in Economics and a Master’s in Finance and Banking, boasting 15 years of experience in teaching Economics and Business Administration courses. She is adept at planning, delivering, and adapting course curricula and teaching styles in both English and French to optimize student learning. Amal has successfully instructed and mentored over 60 students in a multicultural setting, employing Active Learning methodologies and integrating technology to enhance classroom experiences.

With a passion for education, Amal has contributed significantly to various educational settings. She has served as a Mathematics and Sciences Teacher at La Citadelle Academy of Sciences and Arts, where she instructed curriculum in French for students in grades 3 to 5, implementing innovative teaching strategies to engage students in a bilingual environment. Additionally, she has worked as a Teaching Assistant at Concordia University, developing and teaching Economics and Business Administration courses. She is also currently involved in the Teaching Assistant Program at the University of Toronto and is a Private French Tutor, providing personalized tutoring sessions to enhance critical thinking skills and concentration in French Immersion programs.

Amal’s academic journey includes a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Pedagogy, with a specialization in Online Teaching and Learning, from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto. She is a multilingual educator fluent in French, English, and Arabic, and her expertise extends to various educational technology platforms.

In addition to her teaching experience, Amal is actively involved in research and community-based initiatives. Outside of her professional endeavors, Amal enjoys connecting with nature, watching birds and pigeons, and indulging her creative side by writing children’s books.


Taylor is a Special Education teacher with the Toronto District School Board. She graduated with a Master of Teaching from OISE in 2021, and has obtained qualifications in teaching students with communication needs, specifically Autism Spectrum Disorder and Learning Disabilities. Taylor has taken courses in Structured Literacy from the International Dyslexia Organization, and is trained in the Wilson Reading System. In addition, Taylor is a Registered Behavior Technician with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, and has taken extensive training with the Geneva Centre in Applied Behavior Analysis, Functional Behavior Assessment, and utilizing evidence-based strategies for teaching students on the Autism spectrum. Taylor utilizes a data-driven and strengths-based approach to creating learning plans to ensure students are making progress and meeting curriculum goals.

In her spare time, Taylor enjoys spending time with her son, as well as boxing, cycling, and hiking.


Molly is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) currently teaching at an independent IB school in Toronto. She graduated from Queen’s University’s Concurrent Education program with qualifications in the Primary/Junior Division. Additionally, she has experience working with children and youth in both daycare and outdoor education settings. She has even worked as an au pair in the Netherlands!

As an educator, she is passionate about inquiry-based learning, as well as applying a culturally responsive approach to her teaching. Molly’s goal is to create meaningful learning experiences by centering her students’ voice, choice, and ownership as pillars of their learning. As a lifelong learner, Molly is currently focused on completing a course by the International Dyslexia Association, so that she can help improve her students’ phonics skills and further develop their love of reading.

Molly loves getting outside and exploring nature. On the weekends she loves to go on long walks while listening to a good podcast! She is also quite fond of her foster kitty Fred, who is always there to give a great cuddle. As an avid reader, Molly welcomes any and all book recommendations sent her way!



Award-Winning Tutor with 7+ Years Experience
Robert is a seasoned tutor with multiple years of experience tutoring high school and university students. While teaching at the University of Toronto, Robert was honoured to receive the prestigious Daniel DeLury Teaching Award, a full academic scholarship, and a 3.95 GPA in his Major.
Robert is kind, caring, and will tailor the material to your needs. He enjoys getting to know his students personally, and explaining complex topics as simply as possible.


Anna received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Queen’s University in 2023 and is a teacher candidate in the Master of Teaching Program at OISE at the University of Toronto. She has extensive experience working with children including acting as a counsellor at various day camps. During her time at Queen’s, Anna served as the co-chair of Extra Awesome, a club which focuses on providing social and life skill support to youth in the community with disabilities.

Anna first discovered her love of teaching when she worked as a ski instructor in high school for three seasons with children ages 4-11, allowing her to combine her passion for the outdoors with working alongside others. She has completed placements in the TDSB and in Canadian Accredited Independent Schools. Moreover, Anna is a graduate of the International Baccalaureate and is familiar with both the PYP and MYP curriculums. Anna believes in teaching the whole child and strives to make the classroom an inclusive, engaging, and supportive space for all types of learners.



Diana will be an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) as of April 2024 and she currently holds a transitional OCT. She graduated with an HBSc from UofT, where she double majored in Biochemistry and Nutritional Sciences in her Life Sciences program. Upon discovering her true passion to teach and make complex science concepts easier to learn, she decided to complete a Master of Teaching degree at OISE. She has received 15 undergrad scholarships and the Canada Graduate Scholarship during her studies. Within her 4+ years of teaching experience, she has taught Science, English, Physics, and Math to grade levels between 7-12 (inclusive of IB students). Her approach to tutoring includes getting to know the student and their preferred teaching style, hearing about their learning experiences, and discovering what works best for them. Diana’s goal in tutoring is to help students build confidence, so that they can thrive at school even without her. A fun fact about Diana is that she got cancelled on TikTok for pronouncing Toronto with the “T”…. Apparently, you only live in Toronto if you call it “Toronno.”


Hannah R. recently graduated from University of Toronto with an HBSc in Astronomy & Astrophysics and History & Philosophy of Science. She excelled academically, receiving many scholarships in math and physics in addition to being a Rhodes Scholarship Finalist and graduating with a 4.0 CGPA. During university Hannah gained teaching experience as an intern at Toronto French School working with grade 11 & 12 Theory of Knowledge students, and as a teaching assistant for a university course about the History of Math. She also kept herself busy as the president of the History & Philosophy of Science Undergraduate Society and as an athletic trainer for her college’s dragonboat team. Hannah has always been passionate about education and as she grew older she became more acutely aware of the opportunities afforded to her from her own education. This awareness inspired her to launch an affiliate of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, a charity which mails books to preschool children, to help support early education in her hometown of Saskatoon. Hannah’s passion for education grew deeper throughout her studies as she recognized the necessity of effective science education for a fruitful science-society relationship. She is eager to share her knowledge and enthusiasm for science with students to help them not only succeed in their courses, but to better understand the world around them. Hannah’s diverse educational background enables her to help students succeed in many subjects. In her free time, Hannah can be found at the gym training for her next powerlifting meet. If she shows up to a tutoring session with a massive backpack, it is probably full of snacks and lifting gear because she is headed to the gym after!

Gowsiga T.

In 2011, Gowsi earned a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Political Science from York University. The following year, she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Human Rights and Equity Studies from the same institution. Seeking to deepen her expertise in human rights advocacy, Gowsi pursued and completed a Master of Arts in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University in 2013. In 2019, she furthered her education, obtaining a Master of Teaching (Intermediate/Senior Level) from the University of Toronto (OISE).

Post-OISE graduation, Gowsi embarked on her teaching journey with notable institutions including the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), The Bishop Strachan School, and the University of Toronto Schools. Guided by a teaching philosophy emphasizing the creation of a nurturing and positive learning environment, she prioritizes tailored instruction that caters to individual learner needs and styles.