Beach Math and Physics tutoring in Toronto  

Math & Physics Tutor

Expert one-on-one, in-home tutoring in high school mathematics and physics. Serving the Beach and neighbouring areas in Toronto for five years

COVID-19 Outbreak Analysis

Follow my analysis of the COVID-19 outbreak in Ontario. Methods are from grade 11 Functions and grade 12 Mathematics of Data Management.

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COVID-19 Response

All levels of government are recommending that we adopt social distancing measures until the end of March — I will not be visiting any students' homes until April 11. During that time, I will be available for math and physics help by email and telephone.

EMAIL: Students can email any questions at any time. I will generally be able to complete and send a response within a day. Students should have attempted any questions first and include photos of their work in the email. There is no charge for email answers.

TELEPHONE/VIDEO: I will also be available to have a telephone conversation or video conference with zoom at any time with 24 hours notice. Rates: $30 for the first hour, $15 for each additional half hour.

Email and phone/text info here. Please email me if you have any questions.

If the situation changes, I will publish any updates here.

Updated 26 March.

First Session Discount

Make sure Dr. Dave is the right tutor for your student by signing up for an introductory session for only $30.

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Thank you so much for all your help, and keeping [our student] interested in math. I am sure she will benefit for the rest of her life from this experience.

Lotte - Mom

Mission Statement

My goal as a tutor is to help every student become self-sufficient and achieve long-term success.

For math students, these two important objectives are reached by identifying and resolving gaps in the student's knowledge base, and by developing essential mathematical and cognitive skills for high school and beyond.

In physics, our objectives are reached by first focussing on core physical concepts so the student is able to distill any problem into its basic pieces, analyze those pieces, then put them together in a coherent solution. Secondly, we work on the algebraic and numerical aspects of problem solving, which may also involve a review of mathematical ideas and methods.

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