Student Voices: TDSB Math Tutors

Hi my name is Richard Leung. What makes me interested in being a tutor is that I aspire to be a teacher and to teach Math to high school students. I actually heard about CCP tutoring from one of my profs who taught SMC 313 (Catholic Schools in Ontario). He knew I was interested in… Continue reading Student Voices: TDSB Math Tutors


Learning while doing

Written by Kelvin Chow My name is Kelvin, and I am a recent social science graduate, Class of 2015. I joined this great family of CCP in the winter of 2014 when I participated in the TDSB tutor program for the first time, as a social science and English Language Learning-focused tutor. I enjoyed it!… Continue reading Learning while doing


TDSB Tutors Reflection from Joanne

Wanting to be the ideal teacher or finding the ideal teacher is a difficult task, but CPP TDSB Tutors has enriched my view on the different ways the TDSB accounts for each and every student - making the impossible seem a little more possible. Prior to joining the program I had never heard of alternative… Continue reading TDSB Tutors Reflection from Joanne

Opportunities, Reflections

TDSB Tutors!

Hello everyone! My name is Vicky La and I am currently the program assistant for CCP’s TDSB Tutors in the High School Program! The TDSB tutoring program has been quite the experience so far! We have well over 40 UofT tutors across 14 different schools within the Toronto District School Board. The amount of diversity… Continue reading TDSB Tutors!