All courses are taught using classroom instruction.
In-class exercises, student participation, and group activities will all be employed during the year
There will be frequent tasks assigned including but is not limited to classwork, homework, projects and assessment pieces
Goals and Learning Outcomes for all courses
Develop a deep understanding of both factual and processed-based information to solve complex problems
Be able to reason mathematically, using patterns, numbers, and data to solve problems
Use flexible and personalized strategies to analyze and solve complex multi-step problems in many different scenarios
Becomes financially literate, which supports financial decision making
Strengthen mathematical ability to improve in school and achieve a higher mark
Enhance ability to achieve better results when participating in math activities and contests
G3 - G4
This course is designed to provide students with mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for future studies in the arts, sciences and math. Topics include number concepts and operations, fractions, decimals, measurement, geometry, probability and algebraic relationships.
Math Grades 5 - 6
G5 - G6
Students will actively engage with numbers by focusing on conceptual understanding, computational and procedural skills, and problem-solving. Students will study the following areas: Rational Numbers, Algebraic Relationships, Operations with Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, 2D and 3D shapes, Statistics, Probability and Transformations.
Math Grades 7 - 8
G7 - G8
The students will study the following areas: Rational Numbers, Algebraic Relationships, Operations with Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Cartesian Coordinates and Transformation, Statistics, Probability and Word Problems.
Math Grades 9 - 10
G9 - G10
The students will study the following areas: Rational Numbers, Two-variable linear relations, Prime factorization, Arithmetic sequences, Polynomial factoring, Financial literacy.
6 years of teaching experience in Elementary and Secondary levels.
Graduated from the University of Toronto with Mathematics and Economics degree
Teaching style: Patient and Passionate