Oxford Learning Waterloo Eastbridge is looking for an upbeat, dynamic, Senior Math/Science teacher who wants to work in a challenging and rewarding teaching environment. Candidates must possess strong English communication skills, have extensive knowledge of, and experience with, the Ontario Math/Science curriculum from Grades 9 to 12 and be comfortable teaching up to a Grade 12 level in Math, Chemistry, Physics, and/or Biology (French language training is an asset).
We focus on cognitive development and look for individuals who will honor Oxford Learning teaching methods and philosophies, in a fun environment. We will train you in our innovative Interactive Coaching methods that teach students how to learn and study more effectively.
Applicants need to be available to start immediately and commit to staying at least through the end of August 2017.
If you have a passion for learning, and love helping students achieve their potential, please email a cover letter and resume to us. Thank you to all applicants. Only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Please send resumes and cover letters to:
Oxford Learning Waterloo Eastbridge
Attn: Ms. Zain Hansraj
Undergraduate or post-secondary qualification
Strong communication and multi-tasking abilities
Experience with children in a teaching or tutoring environment and/or teaching certification
Available to work 2-3 evenings a week, and some Saturdays (possibility of increased hours)
Passionate about Mathematics and the Sciences with a desire to work with children and adolescents
Eager to help students turn “Je ne sais pas” into “Oh là là”? Motivated to help support children’s French education outside of the classroom?
Oxford Learning Waterloo Eastbridge has an opening for an upbeat, passionate, committed, enthusiastic, and dynamic French teacher who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Our French 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 must be comfortable teaching students ranging in age from Kindergarten to Grade 12 in French.
Candidates must possess a strong background in spoken and written French and English and be comfortable teaching up to a Grade 9 level, but up to Grade 12 is preferred. The candidate is required to instruct class sessions in French.
Vibrant personality, and enjoys interaction with young people
Dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed
Upbeat and willing to motivate children
Must be flexible in availability
Experience working in an educational environment
Strong secondary school French skills are an asset
Strong secondary school mathematics skills are an asset
Additional language(s) spoken is an asset
Bachelor's degree or similar certification in a relevant field
Teaching certification an asset
Extensive knowledge of written and verbal French Language
Experience in either teaching or tutoring environment in French
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.
Oxford Learning Waterloo Eastbridge Summer Camps and Programs
Little Readers: Ages 3 to 6
Mornings: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Afternoons: 1:00pm to 4:00 pm
Grades 1 to 5
We are offering a number of camp options for young children for the summer, which combine both academic learning with other fun, learning activities to keep children learning and active through the summer.
All camps have 1-2 hours academics per day
Full-day or optional half-day camps
Early Bird Special: Register by March 1 for a discount
Welcome to Hogwarts
Learn to be a wizard at Hogwarts. We will watch the Harry Potter series, while creating wands, casting spells, and playing games to learn magic. Maybe we’ll even play some muggle quidditch!
Dance with the Stars
Learn the basics of hip-hop, jazz, and ballet, and learn to use dance and movement to express yourself. You will even learn to do math with dance! At the end of the week, you'll show what you learned to your parents.
May the Force be with you
Explore the galaxy with us. Learn about stars, planets, galaxies, and the universe. Build and draw spaceships, droids, and other Star Wars characters. In the afternoon, come learn tae kwon do with Ms. Charlotte – a third-degree martial artist!
Monet and Shakespeare?
Learn different styles of drawing and painting to create art. Learn also how to write, act, and direct a play and create an Oscar-winning performance that you will invite friends and family at the end.
Programs for Grades 6 to 10
20-Hour Math Essentials
Review elementary school math or be introduced to high-school math in this in-depth math review program.
Inventor’s STEM Workshop
Learn how to build a robotic hand, a wind turbine and a robot car using sensors, electronics and programming a micro-controller. The workshop will involve learning to code using Scratch, Python and Arduino programming language.
Also note: our Special Summer Package on our regular Beyond Tutoring and Advantage programs:
I am an OCT certified teacher and have taught extensively in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years and Middle Years Programs as well as the British IGCSE curriculum, from Grades 3 to 11. My teaching subject areas included Humanities, Business Studies, Global Perspectives and Comparative Religions. I am a lifelong learner and have taken several courses at Queens University and Harvard University over the years. At our center, we are committed to your child's learning and look forward to helping him or her become successful a learner! Come and visit us to discuss how we can help your young learner succeed in school.
Sarah is an Ontario Certified Teacher who recently finished the new 2-year Teacher Education Program at Queen’s University. She taught mathematics and computer science at three high schools in Mississauga as a student teacher, and has worked at four Oxford Learning Centres teaching all grade levels and subjects. Her favourite part of teaching is making connections with students and helping them reach their fullest potential.