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Part-Time High School Math/Science TutorPosition Details
Part-Time High School Math/Science Tutor
Oxford Learning Bolton is looking for an enthusiastic Part-Time High School math or science tutor who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Candidates must be comfortable teaching math or science for students in grades 9-12.
An excellent candidate for this position will possess the following skills:
- Excellent English oral and written communication skills.
- Strong background in a combination of advanced functions, calculus, algebra, data management, trigonometry, physics, chemistry, and biology.
- Bachelor's Degree or University Student.
- Previous tutoring experience would be an asset, but not required.
- Flexible availability for 2-4 shifts per week (Shifts: Monday to Thursday evenings from 4:00-8:00 pm and/or Saturday mornings from 9:30 am-12:30 pm).
- Dynamic, energetic, and outgoing personality.
- Highly organized, able to multitask, and able to think on your feet.
- A commitment until the end of June 2020 is required to keep a consistent learning environment for our students.
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Before starting my son at Oxford Learning, he was struggling with several core subjects. Homework was such a hassle and stress for us. Within a few short weeks of starting the program, all of his teachers saw a noticeable improvement not only in his grades but also in his positive attitude and increasing confidence. This positivity has bubbled over into all aspects of his life and we couldn't be happier. I can't say enough good things about Oxford Learning. Not only is it terrific for improving grades and motivation, but overall attitude and that is immeasurable. Putting my son in Oxford Learning was definitely one of the best decisions I could have made. Thank you so much!Susan P.
The Oxford Learning Little Readers program has been a great opportunity for my son not only improve his language skills but to gain confidence in his ability to communicate. Initially, we were very concerned as our son did not speak much and the words he did speak were not coherent. At the age of three, we took him to a speech therapist who helped him to learn how to make certain sounds to help him with his verbal communication. The speech therapist also recommended that we have him attend the Oxford Learning program for two reasons: one, to help him continue to improve his verbal skills and two, to help him gain confidence in his communication skills. Within six months we saw both these skills vastly improve. Being able to communicate his needs has made him a more outgoing and sociable child without the anxiety and frustrations he had before. Oxford Learning has truly affected his life in a positive way.Monkia S.
I cannot say enough about all that Oxford Learning has done for my daughter. She went from avoiding material that she found difficult, to seeing it as a concept that she was capable of conquering. More than just teaching concepts, Oxford Learning taught my daughter how to learn. She is now a self-motivated, enthusiastic student who sets her own goals, and with the help of the exceptional Oxford Learning staff, works to achieve them!Karen B.
We want to thank you for all your support and good work. You make a difference and give us the strength to keep going and be successful!Alexander B.
Going to Oxford Learning is the best part of my week, the coaches are great, the students are great but best of all my test marks are great!Meagan
Where do I begin? Based on popular opinion regarding Oxford Learning Centre, I expected great things over the past year and this summer— and I have not been disappointed! Anthony always has positive things to say about the instructors at Oxford Learning, particularly the dynamic way the lessons are delivered. When he agreed that he try working with the teachers at the learning centre concerning English and math, he wasn’t very hopeful that things would change. He expected tutoring to be a lot like sitting in class, but Oxford Learning ensured that this wasn’t the case. To his surprise, he quite enjoyed in the learning process. It is comforting to know that my son is happy at school. Thank you for all your hard work. We truly appreciate it!Dina V.
Before my daughter started with Oxford Learning Centre, homework was a struggle. She had lost much of her self-confidence with her ability to succeed and she had very little interest in learning. Her reading, writing, and math were approximately two grade levels below her current grade, and now, in just six short months, she is reading, writing and doing math at one-two grade levels above her current grade! Now she loves school, her self-confidence has improved immensely, and she takes a key interest in her education. Thank you, Oxford Learning, for re-igniting my daughter’s desire to learn!Tina H.
As you know, our daughter began attending Oxford Learning in Grade 3 and she is now in Grade 12. She feels confident in her ability to succeed in school. We were very fortunate to have this learning centre establish itself in Bolton. This centre offered much more than just tutoring. It provided a good environment in which to learn as well as helping our daughter gain the confidence needed to succeed in school. Over the past ten years, our daughter has worked with many staff members at the Oxford Learning Centre. They have shown guidance, patience and exhibited a great deal of knowledge. It was very important to us that Oxford Learning began by evaluating our daughter and offering an individual learning program. This was useful in determining what basic fundamentals she had missed and began focusing on strengthening those in order for her to move forward. It was also helpful to us as parents that Oxford Learning met with us on a regular basis to discuss our daughter’s achievements. Oxford Learning Centre also communicated with her teachers to discuss the curriculum and expectations for the grade she was attending. We honestly believe that without the Oxford Learning Centre, our daughter would have experienced extreme difficulty in school and would have not achieved the level of success that she has.The Alkenbracks
Oxford Learning Centre has helped me so much in my English and Law. My Instructor Jay is amazing. He took his time and made sure that I understand what I need to know. I started off with a pretty low mark in my English and my mark has improved. My teacher has noticed that I have not only improved but I am much happier, and now more relaxed in class because I know what I am doing. I will continue going back to Oxford Learning because it helped me a lot, and Oxford Learning has a special heart for kids. My Instructor Jay also shows dedication and wants to help. That what's important. My Parents and Oxford Learning worked together. Thank you, Oxford Learning!Dante L.
I just wanted to take a moment and thank you. Since Noelle has started at Oxford Learning, her attitude towards reading and spelling have completely changed. She maintains a positive outlook even when spelling difficult words. She was so excited after her spelling test this week because she was able to spell the word monument. (“and Mom that’s a very long word!”) Instead of throwing up her book in frustration, she tries to sound out each letter until she gets it and will only ask for assistance after she has honestly tried. She is a more confident Noelle. Thanks again.Stephanie Di P.
A learned man once spoke of changing the world one day—an ambitious yet noble feat. Changing my son's world—mission accomplished by the extraordinary team at Oxford Learning! After many failed attempts at improving my son's attitude towards his education and future success, I turned to Oxford Learning as my last hope. There we found, in abundance, hope and help and guidance that has today manifested into a progressive and positive attitude shift and a one grade point average increase. From time management to comprehensive explanations of the curriculum to effective study strategies, to friendship, Oxford Learning has consistently proven to be the solution. Changing the world—perhaps not in my lifetime. Changing the world of students who attend Oxford Learning— they have been doing that for years!Mirian S.
I want to thank you for the attention my daughter has been receiving at Oxford Learning. The team identified the immediate areas for improvement and it was noticeable even after the first few sessions. The program has helped her progress academically and increase her self esteem and confidence. Thank you!Chantal C.
Oxford Learning has been great for us; I cannot imagine how my son would do at School with out Oxford Learning's help and patience. When Tyler started at Oxford Learning he could not comprehend math or his readings. Now Tyler’s friends from school call Tyler at home to help them with their homework. I am so pleased with the Oxford Learning system!Maggie S.
At Oxford Learning, I learned two very important tools that I will use in the future: study skills and the ability to make C.A.M. (Clear, Achievable, & Measurable) goals and to complete them. At Oxford Learning you get to make new friends. If you don’t understand something or want to review something they will give you the tools that you need in order to understand things. You learn a lot about language, for instance, you learn about punctuation and how to write proper paragraphs. Oxford Learning is a great place to learn. It’s full of wonderful people who really care about kids’ education.Rachel R.
When I was in high school I went to Oxford Learning in hopes of raising my grades so that I could get into a reputable university. Oxford Learning Bolton not only raised my grades but also taught me that everyone's path is unique and that if you truly want to succeed in life or with education you need to find what works for you. So, off to university I went. As I continued through university I began to realize that this style of learning just wasn't for me and then I remembered the words of Oxford Learning's teachers - "Whatever you do, do what you love". Not only did the staff at Oxford Learning fulfill their duties as teachers, but they also gave me the courage to become the successful business owner of Kingdom of Iron gym in Bolton. I am forever grateful for their high school math lessons and, more importantly life lessons.Ryan B.
My daughter is eight-years-old and was struggling in school with math. I bought multiple workbooks and tried to help her myself. I decided to give Oxford Learning Bolton a call and put my daughter into the tutoring program there. I am so happy that I did! The teachers that my daughter has been working with are amazing. They have the patience of saints and I have noticed such an improvement with her math, reading, and writing skills. It truly has changed our lives. There is no more fighting to get homework completed; my daughter loves going there and is so much more confident not only with her math but with her everyday skills. Oxford Learning has truly been one of the best decisions I have made for my daughter's education. Thank you to everyone at Oxford Learning Bolton; you guys are wonderful!Lindsay S.
Just wanted to thank you and all the staff. Our son got 81% in math on his report card last week—something finally clicked and we know Oxford Learning was largely responsible. My daughter is also doing very well. Their teacher says they both have the strongest language skills in the class and we know why. They actually teach language/grammar in their current school and it is so funny to see them breeze through the Language Skills book and say "This is so easy—we already did this at Oxford Learning." They are both doing so well; Oxford Learning truly is an investment that is worth every penny!Karen C.
Our Team Members
As a teacher at Oxford Learning, my number one goal is to help students beyond the classroom, and as an Education Coordinator this is still my number one priority. I absolutely love the environment that Oxford Learning provides for both its students and its teachers. I have always felt comfortable walking into my place of work, and I know the students do as well. Oxford Learning is not like any other tutoring centre I have come across. It provides students not just with help in their current school curriculum, but it helps them develop life skills that they can take beyond tutoring.
As a teacher, and as a person in general, people see me as outgoing, confident and kind. I am always looking for new ways to approach subjects, both inside the classroom and out. I am dedicated to my personal growth. I enjoy my daily growth routine, which always involves reading a personal development book. The lessons I have learned in my readings have not only helped me grow as a person, but as an educator. I hope to continue my personal growth and bring new mindsets to the center.
My favourite book is the Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. A quote that Rubin wrote as one of her splendid truths is: “Happiness does not always make you feel happy.” This quote really resonates with me because it is a reminder that although I may have to do tasks in life that do not make me happy in the moment, the accomplishment of these tasks will make me happy in the future. I, in turn, use this philosophy with my students as well. This creates a perspective that although class/homework/assignments/projects may not make you happy now, learning the appropriate skills and getting your work done will make you happy in the future. This is a mindset that I try to instill in all of my students.
Outside of Oxford Learning, I enjoy working out, cuddling my cats, spending time with my boyfriend and going to the movies.
Favourite Quote: “Happiness does not always make you feel happy.” – Gretchen Rubin
Favourite Book: The Happiness Project – Gretchen RubinClose
I have currently just completed my Honours Bachelor of Science (HBSc) degree at the University of Toronto, and I look forward to continuing my university career by achieving my ultimate goal of becoming an educator. Personally, I always strive to reach my fullest potential, through challenging myself within everything I do. Throughout my experience at Oxford Learning, I have enjoyed the challenge that such a dynamic learning environment has presented to me in my role as a coach. Working consistently with the students provides the opportunity to follow their individual learning process in its entirety. With that being said, witnessing a student’s academic success is not only rewarding to the student, but also to myself.
As an individual who has recently experienced the education system, I have had a first-hand account of the positive and negative aspects that exist within it. Throughout many instances, I have recognized problems that exist, such as the disregard of individual learning needs through generalized teaching methods, large classroom sizes, and a fast-paced curriculum, just to name a few. These aspects of the system ignore individual needs, thus hindering a child’s ability to grow and reach their full potential. Through working at Oxford Learning, I believe I am supported and given the tools to address these issues, while truly making a difference in a student’s life.
Oxford Learning Centre’s approach to tutoring is exceptional. It not only focusses on the standard school curriculum but also addresses fundamental issues with learning, while creating specialized programs based on the particular strengths and weaknesses that a given student has. The skills learned at Oxford Learning Centre not only benefit students with schoolwork but are essential lifelong skills that will help them in many aspects of their lives for years to come.
As a person, I would say that I am a well-rounded individual. I enjoy being creative, and often like painting and drawing in my spare time. I am also a classically trained pianist and often play for my own enjoyment in my spare time. As a child, I was very athletic and participated in competitive dance, swimming, and soccer. Personally, I would describe myself as being a very approachable, patient, enthusiastic, receptive, and an understanding person. As an Oxford Learning coach, I promote a welcoming, fun, but equally productive environment for my students to learn in. Although I have high expectations for my students, I personally strive to meet my own high expectations that I place on myself. I am truly committed to continuously improving my coaching abilities in order to better suit the needs of the students.
Favourite Quote: “Never look down on anybody unless you’re helping them up” – Jessie Jackson
Favourite Book: Harry Potter SeriesClose
Oxford Learning Coaches have a great level of responsibility in shaping the mindset of our future leaders. I enjoy being an Oxford Learning coach because of their unique approach in helping students build strategies to help them succeed in all subject areas. Oxford Learning coaches encourage students to take risks with the help of their coach to guide them which allows students to feel supported in their learning. Oxford Learning also promotes a great environment for coaches by providing additional resources and training in order to best support our students.
Oxford Learning is different than other tutoring centres because of its emphasis on helping students develop strategies as opposed to studying to the test. Oxford Learning focuses on the development of skills that is matched to the pace of the student, as opposed to moving on if the students does not understand the concept after a certain time frame. Being a recent graduate of OISE, I have had five years of practicum teaching experience in classrooms, with Special Education and French Immersion being the most significant. I noticed how students often struggled to ask questions in fear of being made fun of by peers, which leaves them confused and frustrated. Oxford Learning promotes a safe learning environment where students are not afraid to ask questions and can use them to build connections and foster deep learning of the material. Working at Oxford Learning was a great next step for me as I would be able to apply strategies from my studies and experiences to help students and gain new strategies learned here.
My biggest accomplishment was getting accepted into the Concurrent Education Program at the University of Toronto. While doing research during the application process, I discovered that this program only accepted 18 candidates for their French stream, which made it extremely competitive. It would have been easier to apply elsewhere; however, I would persistently study in order to achieve my academic goals. Being a recent graduate of this program helped me develop confidence in my skills, develop resources and strategies to overcome my obstacles and taught me the feeling of fulfilment when achieving your goals.
People describe me as easy to talk to, understanding, and funny. Outside of Oxford Learning I love discovering small cafes and bookstores to enjoy with friends, taking scenic photos, and going on long walks with my family and dogs. After a long hiatus, I am continuing my studies in piano after receiving a certificate from the Royal Conservatory of Music for completing Level 8 Practical and its accompanying theory during high school in hopes of one day receiving my Level 10 certificate.
Favourite Quote: “If you believe it will work out, you’ll see opportunities. If you believe it won’t, you will see obstacles.” – Wayne Dyer
Favourite Book: Candide – VoltaireClose
I love being an Oxford Learning coach because I get to develop confidence in my students and show them their potential when it comes to their academics and personal goals. I love being part of the “Ah-ha” moments and take pride in knowing that I have helped my students understand and discover something new.
Oxford Learning is different than other tutoring centres from the way that the program is set up. Each child is being taught in a low student-to-teacher ratio through a program that has been tailored to the student’s individual learning style and needs. Not only does Oxford Learning pinpoint the student’s area of need, but Oxford Learning also helps develop skills that allow students to critically think about the world around them.
I applied to Oxford Learning because I love to teach and I believe in the program. My teaching philosophies strongly coincide with that of the program's. People would describe me as a very hard working, patient, and approachable person. My biggest accomplishment has been becoming an elementary school teacher for my dream school board and having the opportunity to teach my own class.
When I am not teaching, I love to be outdoors. In the summer I like to travel to different provincial parks in Ontario and camp. I love to hike, be on the water, and sleep under the stars!
Favourite Quote: "Always pass on what you have learned" - Yoda
Favourite Book: The Giving Tree - Shel SilversteinClose
I feel like I’ve truly succeeded at my job as an Oxford Learning coach when I see my students make connections and have an “I get it now!” moment. I enjoy being a part of helping students gain confidence and make connections with their work. It is rewarding when I see my students arrive at my table, excited and willing to learn.
Working at Oxford Learning has allowed me to build a one-on-one connection with students that is not always possible in a traditional classroom environment. Oxford Learning coaches are able to focus on each student's individual needs and determine where they need the most assistance. As a result, students can extend their knowledge, give critical views on topics, and discover the type of learner they are.
I applied to Oxford Learning because my teaching philosophies coincide with the philosophies of Oxford Learning. I believe that every student has the potential to be a better student and I enjoy helping them achieve their goals. I like seeing students improve on even the tiniest details of their work and making sure they understand previous concepts before building on them.
When I am not studying or teaching I enjoy reading, going to the movies, or travelling. I enjoy these activities because it allows me to practise what I teach and extend my own thoughts and critical knowledge on a variety of topics.
Favourite quote: “Looking out over the expanse ahead I saw not an empty wasteland but something simpler: a blank page on which I would go on.” — Paul Kalanithi
Favourite book: Passenger — Alexandra BrackenClose
As a student at the University of Toronto, working towards my Honours Bachelor of Science, I genuinely value Oxford Learning’s ability to go beyond and ensure long-term student success. Oxford Learning provides a positive and safe environment for students to achieve and surpass their goals. Students are able to learn more than just the curriculum or course content they learn at school and are able to develop critical study habits and skills. In addition, at Oxford Learning, students are able to learn valuable life lessons they will take with them outside the bounds of the tutoring centre. This will help them to succeed in the future and solve problems, both in school and in life. I know as a student, learning valuable life lessons such as those taught at Oxford, would have helped me through a number of challenges I have faced in school and in life.
I greatly enjoy my role as both a tutor and a coach at Oxford Learning. I feel that motivating students to stay focused and find their passion in school helps to promote a positive attitude towards curriculum work. Most students see homework as a tedious task, however, I hope to change this point of view. When students are able to truly understand a concept, the problems they are asked to solve become a puzzle, not a chore. My goal is to help students get there and adjust my teaching style in a way that suits them best. It took me a long time to get to this point in school. After completing my first research project, I realized I had a passion for Biology and Human Anatomy and consequently, decided to specialize in Comparative Physiology to complete my post-secondary degree. In the future, I hope to pursue a career as a medical doctor.
In my spare time, I enjoy figure skating, playing soccer and volunteering at a local medical clinic. I believe living a balanced lifestyle is important for both the mind and body. I also believe it helps students to work hard and devote their best efforts to every project or assessment they must complete. I feel that with hard work and dedication, anything is truly possible. Jane Eyre, the main character of my favourite book, is the primary example, as her motivation and strength guide her to the path of success. Although a fictional character, I believe her determined nature can be applied to reality.
Favourite Quote: “Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm” – Winston Churchhill
Favourite Book: Jane Eyre – Charlotte BronteClose
Becoming an Oxford Learning Centre Teacher leaves me with the responsibility to assist your child in achieving their own academic goals. My commitment is to help children develop strategies, strengthen their skills and understand big ideas and concepts. I originally chose to apply to Oxford Learning because I actually attended the centre myself when I was in high school. Oxford Learning teachers helped me understand concepts from a different perspective, allowing me to broaden my lens of knowledge, and strengthen my current strategies I had in place when trying to solve problems.
As a teacher, I pride myself on my commitment to developing a growth mindset in my students. If a student thinks or speaks down upon themselves or their capabilities, then they will never believe they can accomplish their goals, and they never will. Developing the idea in my students that everything is achievable, and although some goals may require more work, anything is possible. Allowing this mindset to foster within my students is the first step to achieving any goal.
Having this mindset has helped me through my journey at the University of Guelph-Humber to obtain my Bachelor of Applied Science in Psychology, and again in obtaining my Bachelor of Education at York University. With this mindset, I hope to achieve my goal of becoming a principal or working for the ministry in developing the curriculum. Outside of the classroom and Oxford Learning, you will find me in the yoga studio, catching up on my favorite tv shows or walking my dog.
Favorite Quote: "Thoughts become things.” - Bob Proctor
Favorite Book: There Are No Children Here - Alex KotlowitzClose
At Oxford Learning, each student has the opportunity to learn in their very own special/unique way and I am absolutely thrilled to be a part of the Oxford Learning Bolton Centre team as a learning coach.
My overall goal as a coach at Oxford Learning is not only to assist students in achieving their academic goals but to help them grow as individuals, build confidence, and learn critical lifelong skills that will allow them to be successful in both their classrooms and every day lives. I find getting to know the students I work with very important and Oxford Learning's low student-to-teacher ratio allows you to do just that. The better you get to know each student as a learner and an overall individual, the better you can understand them and teach them, in a way that will allow them to succeed and learn. Also, getting to know students as learners and individuals allows you to discover each student's own unique personalities and interests, as well as, each of their strengths and weaknesses. Knowing what areas a student is struggling with or excelling at, allows me to be able to help them through their struggles or assist them in building on their strengths. Additionally, I enjoy challenging, supporting and encouraging students to realize and reach their full potential. I find it extremely rewarding to be able to see students grow, make achievements and learn new things.
For as long as I can remember, I have always dreamed of becoming a teacher. I have an extremely strong passion for helping, teaching and working with others. I am very much interested in pursuing teaching as a career in the future and feel that being an Oxford Learning coach is an amazing opportunity for me to work towards doing just that. I just finished high school and have decided to take a gap year before attending university in order to gain more experience working with children as well as to grow more as an individual.
People would describe me as a reliable, respectful, determined, hardworking and positive individual who never fails to have a smile on my face. In my spare time, I love to play a variety of sports, be active, and spend time with my family and friends. Growing up I played both rep soccer and hockey. From being part of several competitive sports teams, I was able to make many lifelong friends and learn numerous important life skills that have shaped me into the person I am today.
Favourite Book: Wonder -R.J. Palacio
Favourite quote: “As long as you’ve done your best, making mistakes doesn’t matter. You and I are human; we will mess up. What counts is learning from your mistakes and getting back up when life has knocked you down.” - Shawn JohnsonClose
I like being an Oxford Learning coach because it gives me the ability to interact with and assist students to achieve their goals as well as realizing their potential. I studied biological and physical sciences at The University of Guelph where I graduated with an honors degree. It was during my studies that I truly realized how fulfilling an education can be. How it branched and overarched into every aspect of my life. Being an Oxford Learning coach gives me that chance to push students into developing into who they can be, into refining themselves, into articulating their understandings and using their knowledge for a better tomorrow.
Oxford Learning is different than other tutoring centres because it allows the tutors to interact with students on a one-on-one level where we can continuously keep track of a student's progression through a semester, as well as through their lives. At Oxford Learning, we encourage high achievement in extra-curricular activities as well as their academic careers. The feeling of helping a student resolve their pathways, to realize their passions and strong suits, as well as to provide insight into the possibilities that their futures can hold. Possibilities such as a scholarship for athletics, volunteer positions in laboratories, hospitals, theatres, etc. The possibilities are endless, and at Oxford Learning I feel we dedicate ourselves to pushing students to build confidence, self-esteem, and above all understanding. Whether it be physics or a Greek tragedy, we are dedicated to excellence in all fields of academics as well as life outside of school.
I applied to Oxford Learning because it was a way to provide my local community with a service that I feel was something that I lacked when I was first making my way through my academic career and early adulthood. I found myself navigating through a complicated landscape of different career paths and decisions that I could've benefited from having guidance from an experienced mentor.
Favourite book: The Hobbit -JR Tolkien
Favourite quote: "There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self" - Aldous HuxleyClose
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