Kamaris Math Tutoring was founded in 1978, and was the first tutoring business to be established in the GTA.
Michael is an experienced and professional math tutor with a degree in Mathematics and Actuarial Science from the University of Toronto. He has been tutoring part time since 1997, and full time since 2002. Michael's highest priority is to make sure that he understands what a student is thinking, and in doing so, design a program driven towards results. "It is not enough to be able to do the questions," Michael says, "The most important thing is to understand how a student thinks and taylor the experience accordingly." By doing this, Michael helps his students improve and develop a high level of confidence and success.
Kosta is an accomplished math tutor who has completed his Honours B.Sc. in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Toronto.
He has been working at Kamaris Math Tutoring since 2000, and full time since 2005. Kosta has always enjoyed mathematics, but his real
interest is in helping others understand it. Kosta strives to find new and innovative ways to make math easier and more relatable.
"The most important thing is for my students to understand what I am explaining to them," says Kosta. "I really believe
that nobody is too far behind to be caught up. By explaining math simply enough, I can help people make sense of it and enjoy it.
Maria is an exceptional math tutor who has completed her B.Sc from Queen's University. She has been tutoring math for 38 years.
"I really enjoy working with my students," Maria says, "No matter how many hours I work, I find the best feeling is when my students
are getting it." And that is why Maria is so popular. Maria's students love working with her, since she is laid back and easy to
work with. "It doesn't matter how easy a question may be, I want my students to feel like they can ask me anything. No question is a
bad question, if it helps a student understand."
George has an Honours B.Sc. in Math and Physics. He loves working with his students, solving math problems,
and playing tennis. George believes that stress-free learning is the most important thing when he is teaching.
"I don't think stress is good for me or my students," says George, "That is why I have been trying to find ways
to make math easier for students for over 40 years. The most important thing when I am teaching is not to solve the
problems, but to make sure the students can solve them!"