- Remote learning has been a struggle for many students during the pandemic
- More parents are taking on the role of teaching their own children
- Fewer investments are going into public education from our government
- Some teachers are failing to adapt to teaching online
- More students than ever are failing to keep up and are falling behind
We are here to help. At Math Doctor, our team of math experts come to your home on a day and time that works best for you. Your child will be coached and mentored by a chosen private tutor who genuinely cares. We don’t use standardized worksheets. We don’t spoon-feed your child with answers. Our mission is to simplify math, making it fun and engaging. We are confident the results will follow.
Founder and lead tutor at Math Doctor
Vision: To change the way young people look at math and science. We do this by being interactive and using engaging activities to help make math and science fun. We firmly believe that if kids enjoy it, they will naturally want to spend more time on it. Repetition will build speed, confidence, and better grades!
Aanika is in her last year at McMaster University. She has extensive experience teaching high school math as well as reading comprehension for early childhood. She loves to make learning fun and enjoyable. She genuinely cares for others and always encourages her students to develop a growth mindset.
In her spare time, Aanika enjoys dancing and singing.
My name is Aliza and I’m currently a full-time student at McMaster University studying Biology and Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour. I encourage my students to engage in the material they are learning in order to intrinsically motivate them and inspire them to want to learn more.
A friendly and caring primary childhood specialist with extensive experience working with children from 5 to 13. I know how difficult school can be, so I strive to make tutoring a pleasant experience. I like to craft my lesson plans based on your child’s interests.
Hi! My name is Liana and I’m a 2nd year student at the University of Toronto. I would be the perfect tutor for you because I am compassionate, empathetic, and understanding of the needs of others. This allows me to create lessons and sessions that are suited towards the individual. As well, I am very enthusiastic and always try to make sessions engaging, as well as informative to ensure that students enjoy the content that they are learning!
Hello! My name is Margarita, but my students know me as Maya. I was a Math Instructor at Mathnasium for 2 years. While there, I tutored, on average, 20 students per shift from Grades K-12. Working with people of all ages has taught me how to adapt to the different learning styles and the individual needs of my students.
Growing up, math has always been one of my favourite subjects, and I like to make math study playlists to help make homework more fun! I hope that all students who come to Math Doctor have as much fun learning how to do math as I do teaching them.
A recent graduate from the University of Waterloo on the Dean’s List with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry.
I have tutored students from Grades 5 to 12 and worked as a teaching assistant over the past 5 years. My main expertise is Chemistry, Biology, and Math. I love tutoring as I enjoy building rapport and seeing students grow in confidence.
What makes Sophie dynamic is she explains things well and makes math concepts easy to understand. Able to teach math in either English or French. Achieved a 99% in Calculus & Vectors. Besides her love for teaching math (she’s a math major at University of Waterloo), Sophie enjoys working with children as a rhythmic gymnastics coach.
Did you know? Sophie represented Canada at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and won a gold medal in gymnastics.