School might be back in session, but we are always thinking summer thoughts!
We can't emphasize enough how important summer learning really is.
Make sure to keep Oxford Learning in your plans for summer 2018 to avoid the stress you may have felt starting back at school this year.
Don't forget to check in with us during the month of May for summer specials.
Students experience summer brain drain when the learning momentum isn't kept up
Up to 30% of the material learned during the school year can be lost over the summer break
The brain shouldn't shut off because school is out
Teachers spend 4-6 weeks re-teaching material at the start of the next school year
Even a couple hours of learning each week can make a significant difference
Summer is a GREAT time to catch up and fill in gaps that were holding students back in the previous school year
What Parents & Students Are Saying
Just a note to say thank you to you and your staff for making Ethan's learning experience this summer both pleasurable and productive. We credit all of the staff, especially Sarah, for rekindling our son's enthusiasm for learning. Each day he looked forward to going to Oxford Learning.
Alicja and Michael Lock
Alicja and Michael Lock
My wife and I would like to thank you, and the rest of the Oxford Learning staff at the London North centre. We have entrusted two of our daughters' reading development to Oxford Learning's Little Reader program with great success. In both cases, our daughters started the program with no reading capability and after 10 months in your Little Reader program they can read! Both of our daughters now love to read and read at a level above their classmates at school. We are thrilled with the results and recommend your program for any parent wanting to give the gift of literacy to their kids.
Thanks again, we greatly appreciate the contributions you have made for our kids.
All the best,
Tony and Erin Mara
Tony and Erin Mara
I'm doing an online toolkit that helps students with skills and such. I'm doing one about note taking and it made me laugh when the first thing on the first slide was SQRCRC. So much of what was in it were things that you introduce at Oxford Learning, like concentration and positivity and being an active listener.
Just thought I'd share that you are getting kids ready with info that some university students are just learning now!
Hope all is well,
Oxford Learning Staff,
Thank you so much for helping me reach my goals and success! Being at Oxford Learning has definitely raised my confidence in my learning, as well as my everyday life. Also, thank you for being a part of my 'pick-up' point when I was struggling with my learning. There wasn't one day that I didn't want to come to Oxford because you all make work fun. I love knowing that you enjoy working with others to make them successful!
Thank you again,
I’m the Education Coordinator for London North, which means my job is getting students organized on their individualized learning programs, dealing out high-fives, and reminding students to bring their school agenda. Seriously, bring them.
You’ll also catch me getting overly excited when your child has a breakthrough—celebrating achievements is in the job description!
I studied business at the University of Waterloo and music at Wilfrid Laurier University.
I was born here in London, Ontario. I attended Oakridge Secondary, and went on to the University of Western Ontario. I graduated with a business degree and a minor in football. Actually, maybe it was a major in football and a minor in business. I am a former Oxford Learning student. I wasn't able to read in grade 3, but after being identified with CAPD, Oxford Learning was able to help me develop strategies and the confidence to succeed. Currently, I am the Education Director at this centre and a member of the Canadian National Rugby team. I've lived in New Zealand, Wales, and Victoria, BC. My hobbies include snowboarding, watching The Walking Dead, and cooking (somewhere along the way, I earned a culinary diploma from Liaison College in Hamilton).
Motivated by mathematics? Sharp with science? Excited by equations in both fields? Eager to help students succeed in math and science?
Oxford Learning London North 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
A vibrant personality, and enjoys interaction 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank all applicants for your interest in Oxford Learning. However, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.