about us

Simply Math Tutoring Toronto

Simply Math Tutoring is an in-home tutoring service which aims to make math easy to learn by teaching children to become confident with playing with numbers. We believe that if your child learns to like math then they will experience success in math. With over 20 years of private and group tutoring experience and over 10 years of work experience in the Toronto District School Board, we understand the math experience and challenges in the public and private school system. Too often we have heard how a student hates math because they have had very little success in the subject. Our goal is to get to know our students individually and work on their skill gaps. In this way, they are prepared to excel in their current grade level and will transition smoothly to their next year of math study. Making sure that each student is equipped with the building blocks necessary to have a strong foundation in all aspects of math is our sole mission. We understand that math is an important aspect in all areas of study and that it is a priority for gaining the necessary confidence as students move up the grade levels. 

 


OUR TEAM

Christina McIsaac  As the owner of Simply Math Tutoring, I have tutored math since I was 15 years old. I grew my client base while attending high school and continued to tutor throughout university. While working in the Toronto District School Board as a Student Success Teacher, I created and ran a successful in-school tutoring program and tutored separately within the private school network. I completed my Masters of Education at the University of Toronto and since then have been a department head of Student Success at a secondary school in Toronto. I work extensively with transitioning students from grade 8 to grade 9 and from grade 12 to post secondary school. These experiences have provided me with incredible insights as to what is required to be successful in the math curriculum and succeed in the desired pathway. I strongly believe that if math can be broken down to the finer details, students can begin to appreciate the numerous connections that math lends itself to in every day life. To do well in math, you have to like math, and to like math, you must begin to experience some success in math. With the confidence to learn math, the possible opportunities multiply.

Christina McIsaac

As the owner of Simply Math Tutoring, I have tutored math since I was 15 years old. I grew my client base while attending high school and continued to tutor throughout university.  While working in the Toronto District School Board as a Student Success Teacher, I created and ran a successful in-school tutoring program and tutored separately within the private school network. I completed my Masters of Education at the University of Toronto and since then have been a department head of Student Success at a secondary school in Toronto. I work extensively with transitioning students from grade 8 to grade 9 and from grade 12 to post secondary school. These experiences have provided me with incredible insights as to what is required to be successful in the math curriculum and succeed in the desired pathway. I strongly  believe that if math can be broken down to the finer details, students can begin to appreciate the numerous connections that math lends itself to in every day life. To do well in math, you have to like math, and to like math, you must begin to experience some success in math. With the confidence to learn math, the possible opportunities multiply.