Oxford Learning in Richmond Hill (WEST) is looking for a very creative and passionate French teacher to teach French reading and writing to students from grades 1 to grade 12. This position is part-time starting now and will continue into the school year. Teachers are required to work after school hours and may also be required on Saturdays. Preference is for a French first language university student in year 3 or 4 who is studying to be a teacher.
Please email all resumes to:
Richmond Hill West Oxford Learning
Attn: Gay Eastman
9325 Yonge Street, Unit 15
Richmond Hill, ON
Tel: 905-292-3501 Fax: 905-292-3503
Posted: August 15, 2014
Hello, my name is Gabriella and I am a fourth year marketing student at the Schulich School of Business at York University. I am fluent in French and was a French immersion student through elementary and high school, and have taken many French language courses at York University. I have been teaching French for the past 4 years and I am very happy and excited to be a French teacher here at the Oxford Learning Centre. My enthusiasm and passion for learning will certainly help students gain interest in the French language.
Hello, my name is Kirill Matveev and I am currently earning a Specialized Honors undergraduate degree in Accounting at York University. My experience with students includes tutoring children from grades 1 to 4 in reading, writing, and math. Through tutoring, I learned to cater my teaching based on the specific needs of my students. I’ve also volunteered in grade 9 and 10 geography, math and business classes, helping students understand concepts, marking tests and working on time management skills. I recently spent 6 months abroad in Stockholm (Sweden) learning about international business practices and theories. I also love soccer! Through my schooling and travels, I have gained a lot of personal experience that I plan on incorporating into my teachings at Oxford Learning!
Hello, my name is Melanie and I am an English teacher at Oxford Learning. I am currently in my fourth year at York University completing a BA in History and Social Science. After I graduate, I plan to attain a Bachelor of Education and pursue a professional career in teaching. I have volunteered in various educational environments, and have also worked as a private tutor and teacher's assistant. These opportunities have allowed me to share my love for working with children, and ultimately strengthen my passion for teaching. As a tutor at Oxford Learning, I would like to help my students build their self-confidence and develop a positive attitude towards learning. Aside from teaching, I enjoy reading, watching movies, and traveling!
Hello, my name is Gay Eastman and I’m the new Centre Director at Oxford Learning Richmond Hill West. I bring with me 25 years of educational experience in the public education system. I worked in Australia, Québec and throughout Ontario. I was head of the business department at Langstaff High School in Richmond Hill for 6 years and taught teacher training at York University and ESL at Laval University. I have extensive experience in leading and guiding teams of teachers to deliver excellence in educational curriculum. My expertise has taken me to Asia, in particular China and Korea, where I studied educational methods designed to enhance student success. I look forward to helping your children succeed and reach their full potential. I will always be committed to helping your child and look forward to getting to know all the students and parents at the centre!
Hi, my name is Jodi and I am the Little Reader Head Teacher. I hold a degree in Early Childhood Education from Seneca College. I have more than ten years experience working with young students. My passion for teaching stems from working with students of varied academic and developmental profiles. I am happy to be part of the Oxford Learning Team and very much looking forward to working with your children and watching each of them grow throughout their time here at Oxford Learning.
Hi, my name is Ragina. I have been with Oxford Learning Centre for ten years. I work in our Core and Little Readers Program. I graduated from York University with a Bachelor Degree in History and English. I am also a certified Montessori Teacher. I’m passionate about the Oxford Learning Program because it teaches students “How to Learn” which is key for their academic success. I look forward to meeting and working with all of our families.