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Oxford Learning LONDON BYRON's Newest Online Tutoring Program, Virtual Table™
Virtual Table™ online tutoring program uses screen sharing technology to allow students to work face-to-face with their Oxford Learning tutor using their familiar academic materials and workbooks in the comfort of their own home.
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Careers with Tutor London Byron
Part-Time Elementary TeacherPosition Details
Oxford Learning London Byron has an opening for an upbeat, passionate, committed, enthusiastic, and dynamic teacher who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Our programs offer individual support to students looking to improve their academic skills and study habits.
Candidates must possess a strong passion for seeing students succeed and have a strong background in spoken and written English and be comfortable teaching from Grade 1 to Grade 8. Candidate must be available Mondays and Wednesdays beginning at 4:00 pm
Our candidate must have:
- 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
- A dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed
- Upbeat and willing to help students discover what motivated them
- Must be flexible in availability
- Experience in a teaching/tutoring environment
- Experience working with children
- Strong English language writing and oral communication skills
- Math skills up to grade 8 level an asset
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.
Location Specific Programs
Online Tutoring - Virtual Table™
Advantage High School Success Program™
En FRANÇAIS French Programs
Gpa 5.0 sat & act
Preparing for University
What Parents & Students Are Saying
I am writing hoping you will remember us. Just wanted to update you and say that Brendan is at Fanshawe College and taking architecture and doing very well at it. He has grades in the 80's (architectural history), architectural math is in the 90's and English is over 75 which is great. Thank you again for giving your advice, your willingness to help my kids, and for all you have done, we all really appreciate it. Regards, - D. DafoeD. Dafoe
We would like to thank you for everything you do. I am proud to report that he was very successful at the time of his Grade 8 graduation. Needless to say we were so proud of the strong foundation that he has created as he goes off to secondary school in September. The purpose of this letter is not only to thank you but also to be a testament to you and your program. We value and appreciate the time he spends with you and he looks forward to going. Once again, thanks so much for your role in our son’s success! - C.HutnikC.Hutnik
I can't thank you enough for all of your support, encouragement and patience! Matthew loves coming to Oxford Learning and he seems to have formed an especially strong bond with you. He always tells people that he has been going to Oxford Learning for "years" and "my teacher, Liz really gets me." It always makes me laugh and tear up at the same time. - M. DeRykM. DeRyk
So proud of my son! He has been coming home and attacking his homework like never before. You guys did it! Liz, you helped my son develop great learning skills. Thank you, - J. HartJ. Hart
I work in the same building as your head office and talked to Kirk recently about how well Alanna is doing. Thanks again for all your fantastic help, you guys do an excellent job and should be very proud of your work! - J. McRaeJ. McRae
Thank you for all your hard work & help. I look forward to sending the kids back. What a difference it has made. - S.SerboutiS.Serbouti
Thanks Oxford Learning! We appreciate your excellent services! - M. KatsivoM. Katsivo
"Thank you for coming alongside us and helping our daughter succeed! We would not hesitate to recommend you to friends and family and you will be our first choice should she need further assistance in the future! She has improved leaps and bounds and we are very impressed with her meeting her reading goals. She has thoroughly enjoyed her time at Oxford Learning!" C. MajoranC. Majoran
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Thank you so much for the wonderful learning experience that we received at Oxford. Eric is always excited to attend his classes. Your patience and caring have given him a very positive introduction to school. Thanks again - S. GandzaS. Gandza
Thank you for the many lessons that you have taught me that will last the rest of my life. - B.MicallefB.Micallef
I have my SAT result and am super happy with it. I nailed right on my benchmark of 1300 and saw a really strong improvement in the English section of the test. You have been a tremendous help to me in this process, and I can't thank you enough. Thanks again for everything!C. Sanderson
Hi Liz, I am super proud of [my daughter]! I was so very worried about her being in applied English. She was very proud of her 80%. I don't know how to thank you, Emma, and the powers that be at Oxford Learning. I tell everyone I can who has a child who is struggling in school of how helpful you guys have been for us. Thank youR. D'Alessandro
Our Team Members
I was born in Dublin, Ireland and moved to Canada in Grade 9. I lived in Pickering, Ontario until Grade 12 and then moved to Niagara-on-the-Lake. I came to London to attend school and I’ve been here ever since :) My background is in teaching with an early childhood specialty. I’ve worked with Oxford Learning in many different capacities since 1999. I’ve been here in Byron since 2004. Oxford Learning is the perfect fit as I get to work with students of all ages. It’s my dream job. In my spare time, I love to hang out with my husband and puppy, read, and watch movies. I also love to travel (particularly to Ireland to visit my family).
Oxford Learning’s mission is to help students reach their highest potential; I'm lucky to have such a fun and rewarding career.Close
I was born in Galt, Ontario. I grew up in several small communities as my father was a bank manager and we were transferred approximately every five years. Places I have lived include: Galt, Drumbo, Chapleau, Teeswater, Mount Forest, Mississauga, Waterloo, Hamilton and finally London. I attended the University of Waterloo and received my Bachelor of Environment Studies with a major in Geography. I was interested in the environment and was inspired by my high school geography teacher. In my spare time I enjoy reading, gardening, spending time at the cottage, canoeing and playing board games. I have worked at Oxford Learning since September 2001. I enjoy working here because I learn something new every day. I also get a great deal of pleasure out of helping students achieve their goals :)Close
High School Math & Science
High School Math & Science
I grew up in London, and went to the University of Western Ontario, where I received my undergrad degree in Medical Sciences and Psychology. I received a Masters degree from Western in Clinical Anatomy, as well as my Bachelor of Education from Althouse. I have always had a love for Science, and teaching, which have contributed to the anatomical education research I am currently working on in my PhD studies. I love teaching because I enjoy seeing a student’s face light up when they understand that difficult concept, or when they are excited about something they’ve just learned. Learning is a lifelong process for everyone, and I learn so much from the students at Oxford Learning. I really enjoy having the opportunity to work with each student, to share my knowledge and help them to achieve their goals. In my spare time I love to read, play the piano, and spend time with my friends and family.Close
My name is Kathryn, and I have been teaching at Oxford Learning since April 2015, I grew up in London, and went to South Secondary school. I earned my degree in Interdisciplinary Linguistics and English at Western. I have always loved reading and languages, and I love to share that passion with my students. While at Western, I fenced for the varsity team, and was a team captain and team manager. In the summers, I coached and was a counsellor for the fencing camp with Sport Western. I completed my Bachelor of Education at the University of Ottawa.
In my spare time, I like to take my dogs hiking, read, bake, and play board games. I love working at Oxford Learning because it allows me to build connections with students and watch as they make huge leaps in their learning. It is so satisfying to see a student who used to be discouraged by work, start to tackle it with confidence!Close
I was born in Iran, and immigrated to Canada when I was 6 years old with my family. I completed my primary and secondary education in London, Ontario and knew I wanted to be a teacher since Grade 6, when I had the most amazing teacher!
I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Western, Ontario, and a Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of Windsor. I have always loved traveling and spent a number of years traveling and working in international schools around the world. My travels have taken me to Asia – Israel, Indonesia, Malaysia, Macau, Hong Kong, China, India, Cambodia, and Thailand; to Europe – Spain, Portugal, UK, Switzerland, and Luxembourg; to Australia; to South Africa, and to Chile. Since returning to Canada, I have completed my Masters in Educational Leadership and am currently in my last year of the Doctor of Education (EdD) program at the University of Western, Ontario. Since joining Oxford Learning, I have really loved being able to work with students to develop their abilities, skills, and confidence to reach their potential!Close
Hello, my name is Devon! I grew up in London and attended Oakridge Secondary School, then Western University. I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts with an Honors in Studio Arts and a Major in the School for Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities. I chose my degree because it allowed me to pursue an interdisciplinary education, as it emphasizes the importance of studying multiple subjects and self-directed learning.
I am fortunate enough that my hobby as a visual artist is also part of my career. I enjoy taking my dog for walks, reading, and photography. During the summer months I worked at summer camp, where my nickname was Ducky because I loved the Land Before Time movies!
I enjoy working at Oxford Learning because I love when students find something they are interested in and it inspires them towards their future.Close
I was born and raised in London, Ontario. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree from Western University, where I majored in Classical Voice Performance, and minored in French Studies. I am currently a Teacher Candidate studying at Western University to be a secondary teacher of Music and French. I absolutely love music – particularly singing along with playing guitar and piano. I also love expanding my French by reading French literature and poetry. I am thrilled to be working at Oxford Learning as I love having the opportunity to work individually with students and to have deep and meaningful learning experiences with each of them.Close
I was born and raised right here in London, ON. After graduating from Westminster Secondary School, I attended UWO where I earned my Honours BA in French and German followed by my B.Ed from Althouse College. I spent the next 30 years teaching grade 7 and 8 homeroom plus grade 4-8 rotary French (core) for London and TVDSB. I retired from full-time teaching but I am really enjoying the chance to work here at Oxford Learning, instilling a joy of language learning and a sense of fulfillment in both the students and myself. I love animals and currently have 2 golden retrievers. I also love to travel, go for walks, bike, swim, canoe, cross country ski (when there’s enough snow!) and read.Close
Hello, my name is Apurva. Originally, I am from Gujarat, India. I have been in Canada for over a decade now. I earned my Health Sciences Degree from Western University and have completed my Post Grad program in Gerontology.
At Oxford Learning I am pursuing a long-time passion of mine to help fellow students learn ‘how to learn’ and of being a small part of their success in school. The students are a joy to work with, because they bring a sense of enthusiasm and inquisitiveness to their learning.
Over the years, having had such inspirational mentors, I knew I wanted to pursue a role akin to that of a tutor/teacher, and perhaps be as impactful a person for a student in the future, as my mentors were for me. I am someone who lives to laugh, act, play, sing, dance, and learn/grow, all the while inspiring others to have the same attitude toward life.
My name is Hannah and I grew up in Orangeville, Ontario. I graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University Brantford campus with a Bachelor of Arts in Youth and Children’s Studies with minors in Psychology and Leadership. I chose this degree as I was looking for something that allowed me to experience a multi-disciplinary education and this program is exactly what I was looking for! I was able to select courses that interested me and made me passionate.
I was lucky enough to be part of a campus club called “Laurier Students for Literacy”, where we provided academic and literacy support for children from kindergarten to grade 10. I loved working with students and seeing their confidence grow every week. After I graduated, I worked in Residence Life at an Ontario University and loved every second of it, but I missed working with elementary students. I decided to pursue a position with an organization that would allow me to work with students and help improve their confidence and academic skill set, which led me to Oxford Learning.
I have recently moved to London and have enjoyed getting to know the city. On the weekends I love to go for walks and explore the local trails!
Hi everyone, my name is Rebecca and I am from London, Ontario. I have degrees in Health Science, French, and Applied Linguistics. My Teachables include English, math, science, and French! Some fun facts about me include that I play the flute and that I have 15 cousins!Close
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