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My time at Oxford Learning has helped me with my grammar, spelling, paragraph writing, and more. Oxford Learning has made me think of new strategies to use at school and at home. My marks have greatly improved since attending Oxford Learning.
I started Oxford Learning in June of 2015. I came to Oxford Learning because I wanted to improve my schoolwork. During my time at Oxford Learning, I've been taught to always self-check my tests so I don't make careless errors. They have also helped me with math. In previous years, I'd never get A's in math. Oxford Learning has helped me become more independent and confident.
Oxford Learning changed my life in many ways. I needed extra help and they gave me extra help. I improved every single day I was there. When I said "No! I can't", they said "Yes! You can". The people there are nice, fun, and smart. I am sad I am leaving but they set me up for the future. I thank them for helping me. I probably wouldn't be that successful without them but I am now successful. I think that time was useful and helpful. Thank you Oxford Learning.
Motivated by mathematics? Sharp with science? Excited by equations in both fields? Eager to help students succeed in math and science?
Oxford Learning Aurora is looking for an upbeat, dynamic part-time High School Math/Science teacher who wants to work in a challenging and rewarding teaching environment. Candidates must possess a strong background in Math and Science and must be comfortable teaching students in Grades 9 – 12 at all levels in both subjects.
We focus on cognitive personal development and look for individuals who will honour Oxford Learning teaching methods and philosophy in a fun environment. We will train you in our innovative Interactive Coaching methods that teach students how to learn and study more effectively.
A rockstar personality, tenacious drive, strong leadership skills
Ability to work in an environment that yields fast-paced results
The ability to multitask, be flexible, and think on your feet
Vibrant personality, and enjoys interacting with young people
Dynamic, energetic, and outgoing personality
Dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed
Upbeat and willing to motivate children
Must be flexible in availability
Experience in either teaching or tutoring high levels of math
OCT certified is preferred
Bachelor’s Degree or fourth-year university students with extensive tutoring experience
Must have extensive knowledge of the current Grade 9-12 math and science curriculum including but not limited to advanced functions, calculus, physics, chemistry, and biology
Good knowledge of the current Grades 9-12 math curriculum, particularly senior maths including Advanced Functions, Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus, and Vectors
If you possess all of the above qualities, meet all the qualifications, and want to join a high energy group of educators whose goal is to see students succeed, then please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. We thank all applicants for your interest in Oxford Learning. However, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Oxford Learning Aurora has an opening for an upbeat, dynamic, reliable French teacher who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Candidates must possess a strong passion for seeing students succeed and must be comfortable teaching students ranging in age from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
A great candidate for this position will possess the following:
Experience in a teaching/tutoring environment in French and/or Ontario certified teacher
Strong French and English language written and oral communication skills
Must be able to communicate and teach in French
Be a dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed
Dynamic, upbeat and energetic personality
Upbeat and willing to motivate children
Highly organized and flexible
Strong ability to problem solve and multi-task
Interested candidates must be available a minimum of 2 evenings a week (4-8 pm).
A commitment to the end of the 2017/2018 school year is also required to provide consistency to our students.
If you possess all of the above qualities and want to join a high-energy group, with a goal to see students succeed, then we want to hear from you!
Anna-Maria is an Education Co-ordinator and teacher at Oxford Learning. She obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto, with a double major in English, and Ethics, Society & Law. For the past couple of years she has worked to receive her Masters degree in Education from the University of Toronto, specializing in Humanities, Social Sciences and Social Justice Education. She has always wanted to teach and help children see the importance of education in their lives. With patient, thoughtful guidance, hard work, and celebration, it is her goal to equip each child at Oxford Learning with the tools to succeed. This way, they can feel confident in their abilities, and are eager and ready to pursue their goals.
Sandra is an Education Co-ordinator at Oxford Learning. She graduated with an Honours Bachelors of Arts degree in Business and International Development. Shortly after graduation, she continued her studies and obtained her TESOL certificate which has allowed her to teach English as a second language to many students all over the world. Sandra is currently working on her Masters in Counselling where she is hoping to gain a future working with youth. Sandra has a lot of experience working with children and youth through summer camps and tutoring services in the past. She loves working with kids and enjoys watching them succeed.
Chelsea is a teacher at Oxford Learning. She is a recent graduate from Acadia University with an Honours Bachelors of Science degree in Biology. She loves working with children of various ages and abilities. She has completed her sixth summer working at Seneca Summer Camps, and has spent the past four years volunteering at the Acadia S.M.I.L.E. Program working with children with disabilities. She has spent the last two years working as a teaching assistant and is looking forward to joining the Oxford Learning team.
Barbora is a French teacher at Oxford Learning. She is completing the Concurrent Education program at York University. She is majoring in French Studies and Education with a minor in History and Psychology. Barbora has worked at several schools in York Region. She is involved with the Inner City Angels which aims to provide in-class Arts programs to schools in under-privileged areas of Toronto. She is very happy to be joining the Oxford Learning team!
As a Concurrent Education student at York University, I am always seeking opportunities to help students excel and achieve their full potential. I am majoring in French and Hispanic Studies with the goal of becoming a secondary school teacher. Being someone who is fluent in four languages, I understand the challenges that students must overcome in order to learn a new language, and I work hard with students to strengthen their skills while developing a passion for the language. I spent the past few years working privately with students of various ages, and I am excited to continue doing so as part of the Oxford Learning team.
I am a teacher at the beginning of my career with a passion for learning and growth. Having recently obtained a Master of Teaching degree from the Ontario Institute for Studies of Education at the University of Toronto, I am looking forward to bringing my education and experiences of working with students of all ages to the Oxford Learning team. Prior to my training in education, I received an Honours B.A. with majors in English and Religion at the University of Toronto. I believe that there is always something to be learned and if given the right tools, opportunity, and guidance, every child can achieve success.
Leila is a teacher at Oxford Learning Aurora. She has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and currently completing her Master's in Industrial engineering at the University of Toronto. She started tutoring when she was high school student around her community. She is very interested in transferring her knowledge to others. She believes the first step of learning is having confidence and believes that you can do anything if you really want it.
Myrna was born and raised in Lebanon, then moved to Canada in 1995 after receiving a BA degree in sociology from the University of Lebanon. Since 2001, she has been working as a substitute French teacher with York Catholic District School Board. She speaks three languages: French, English, and Arabic. Helping students to achieve their potential brings her tremendous satisfaction.
Simon is a teacher at Oxford Learning Centre. He recently completed the Bachelor of Kinesiology program at the University of Toronto with High Honours and a minor in Psychology. Simon has a lot of experience working with children of various ages and abilities through Seneca Summer Camps and Holland Bloorview Rehabilitation Centre. He is motivated to help youth reach their potential and is looking forward to joining the Oxford Learning team.
Anna-Maria has extensive experience in teaching English and French to children of different ages, both in groups and individually. She constantly strives to improve her teaching technique to increase motivation and foster enjoyment of learning. Having taught in the communication arts field at college level, Anna-Maria is acutely aware of challenges facing students as they transition from high-school to post-secondary studies. She holds an Honours BA and an MA from the University of Toronto, specializing in French Language, Literature, and Medieval History.
Sarah is a recent graduate of York University, obtaining her bachelor of education and children’s studies in June 2017. Now she is starting her exciting career as an elementary teacher with the York Region District School Board. She is currently employed as an occasional teacher, working with various grade levels in various parts of York Region. She is also a registered early childhood educator and have worked in multiple childcare centers, as well as an ECE with the YRDSB. As a part of the Oxford Learning team, Sarah strongly believes in giving each student an innovative, meaningful, and fun experience. Her goal is to help all students recognize learning as an exciting journey that has no end, providing them with the guidance and tools to become successful in all areas of education.
Daryna is a teacher at Oxford Learning Centre and is currently completing her Bachelor of Commerce Degree at McMaster University. Having a strong passion for
working with children lead her to volunteer at local schools, where she was inspired to get involved in students learning and education. Daryna is planning on attending York University to obtain a Bachelor of Education degree with a goal of teaching Business at
the high school level in the future. She believes it is truly amazing to be able to contribute to the growth and development of a child and she is very excited to be joining the Oxford Learning team!