Motivated by mathematics? Sharp with science? Excited by equations in both fields? Eager to help students succeed in math and science?
Oxford Learning [CENTRE NAME] 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.
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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]. We thank all applicants for your interest in Oxford Learning. However, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Oxford Learning Clarkson is currently looking for an upbeat 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 in reading, writing, and oral in French. Candidates must possess a strong background in spoken and written french and must be comfortable teaching students Grades k-12.
Our tutors can expect a steady income teaching the subjects they love! All instruction is done at our centre so there is no need to waste time traveling to each student's home. We provide all of the curriculum and rely on our teachers to interpret, explain, and guide our students to understanding and connecting with the material.
Qualified candidates for this position will possess the following skills:
Superb written and oral communication skills in fluent, native English and French.
University degree; or working towards
Experience with students from grades K-12 in a teaching/tutoring environment.
Willingness to teach other subjects such as elementary English and Math (in English & French).
Dynamic, energetic and outgoing personality.
Highly organized and able to multitask.
During school year, must be available 2-4 weekdays from and Saturdays from 10-2 an asset.
Immediate availability and flexible schedule an asset.
Please respond to this ad with an attached cover letter and resume. No phone calls, please!
Thank you so much for all you have done for Anika in the past year. She has improved so much in school according to her teacher and gained so much confidence along the way. She has nothing but praise for everyone at Oxford and I have never seen her this excited about getting help and learning. You guys are great!
We’ve been extremely happy with what Robin at Oxford Learning has done for our son, Paul. Paul’s marks in both English and Science improved significantly in just a term at Oxford Learning. Robin was very caring and organized, and provided Paul the attention that he needed. I was always impressed by how quickly she could adapt and prepare study materials for Paul. Paul did far more test preparation as a result of his work and the fact that Paul got a lot of work done at Oxford definitely reduced the amount of stress that homework caused in our household. Thanks very much!
Don & Emily
Don & Emily
We just wanted to let you know how pleased we are with the French tutoring that you have provided for Olivia so far. When we first decided to enrol her at Oxford because she was struggling in French Immersion, we were concerned that Olivia would not be very enthusiastic about attending. Instead, we were pleasantly surprised to see how quickly she become comfortable with both Robin and Harprit, something that doesn't always come easy for Olivia. She enjoys her time at Oxford, and is happy to go to her sessions.
We also appreciate that Robin has communicated, and worked directly with Olivia's teacher, has been very accommodating to Olivia's individual needs, and to a schedule that often changes. Robin also provides us with helpful tips and suggestions, and regularly shares her observations of Olivia's progress during sessions, and any other information that she thinks we should know about. Definitely above and beyond what we originally expected! Olivia continues to steadily improve in French, and with that, build her confidence. Clarkson Oxford was definitely a good choice for us, and we thank you for all your help so far!
Thank you so very much for all your hard work and dedication. Jena`s confidence and success is in a large part directly because you care for her! Thank you for looking after her and nurturing her.
Have a great summer!
Ruby & Ashwani
P.S Thank you for reassuring me too!"
Ruby & Ashwani
"We love how far Liam has come with his reading and spelling at Oxford Learning! They have filled a big gap left by the curriculum at the school. Liam also loves going; it's a very positive experience for all of us. Thank you!"
C. Duquette Berry
Harprit Grewal is passionate about learning and helping children achieve their highest potential. She leads the Oxford Learning team at Clarkson as the Centre Director. Harprit specialized in Biochemistry at King’s College in London, U.K before moving to Ohio where she attended the University of Akron and studied Organic Chemistry and Polymer Chemistry. Harprit’s diverse background in different educational systems helps her understand the challenges that students and parents face. Oxford Learning recognizes those challenges and delivers a proprietary curriculum which satisfies each child’s unique learning needs. “This system works and I believe strongly that we here at Oxford Learning Centre can make a significant difference in each child’s life” says Harprit.
Robert graduated from University of Toronto with a Double Major in Mathematics and Computer Science with a focus on Algebra and Combinatorics. He loves helping students to reach their highest potential. “We help students succeed and prepare them for higher education, using our unique teaching principles,” says Robert. “This is why I love being the high-school math and physics teacher here at Oxford Learning.” Robert is currently working with a research team to study the nature of nested recursions at University of Toronto, Mississauga. He wishes to continue his education and obtain a Master’s degree in Mathematics, with a focus on Cryptography.
It is an honour to introduce myself as an English teacher at Oxford Learning Centre. I am energized working in this wonderful institution that has amazing resources and a dedicated team of educators for all students to thrive academically and socially. Prior to working at Oxford Learning Centre, I have been teaching English and Civics to senior and intermediate learners in Ontario and India for over five years. I have also worked as a language facilitator at the Polycultural and Immigrant Services, Mississauga campus, owing to my studies in the Second Language Acquisition Program. I graduated with English Literature, History and Indian Classical Music. Thereafter, I completed B.Ed. and Masters in English Literature. Eventually, I grew immensely interested in the works of one of the most iconoclastic American authors, E.E. Cummings, which led me to do further research and Ph.D. on his complete works. I have been an OCT for Senior and Intermediate divisions for English, History and ESL Part 1 since 2011.
Anjeza graduated from the University of Toronto, as a Combined Specialist of French and Italian, with a focus on French Linguistics. She loves making a difference and helping her students at Oxford Learning Clarkson Centre, improve their French abilities. She is also currently working on a Pilot Research Project with the Ministry of Education, FSL division. In the future she intends to continue her projects through the School of Graduate Studies at the University of Toronto, focusing on Higher Education and Curriculum Services.
Robin is currently working towards her Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto. She is focusing on French Studies, Geography and Child Development. Robin’s main area of specialization is examining cognitive development for students within second language learning environments. Being enrolled in French Immersion since Kindergarten, Robin has developed a love for the French language and looks forward to sharing her love with her students. Prior to working with Oxford Learning, she has volunteered and worked with various ages and groups of children showing her that everyone deserves a chance to learn and succeed. As a teacher, Robin feels that she has role of giving all of her students what they need to succeed and reach their full potential.