QUICK THINK­ING TEACH­ING

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Thornhill Post - - 2017 PRIVATE EDUCATION GUIDE -

Why choose Quick Think­ing Teach­ing? Re­search shows that tran­si­tion years in ed­u­ca­tion are the hard­est. A long time tu­tor and univer­sity in­struc­tor, Quick Think­ing Head­mas­ter, James Cun­ning­ham, PhD, has seen how stu­dents in their first year of mid­dle school, high school or univer­sity can find the ex­pe­ri­ence of study­ing and as­sign­ment com­ple­tion so lonely that it leaves them feel­ing as if they don’t know how or where to start. It needn’t be so. James and his team of tu­tors will stay with your young scholar of­fer­ing guid­ance and re­sources un­til home­work and as­sign­ments are com­pleted. More im­por­tantly, their close over­sight of stu­dent progress will al­low Quick Think­ing ed­u­ca­tors to fash­ion in­di­vid­ual or small group aca­demic skills in­struc­tion tai­lored to your stu­dent’s needs. Is your young scholar strug­gling? Get Quick Think­ing in your cor­ner. We men­tor for aca­demic suc­cess. 61 Bert­mount Av­enue, Toronto 647-739-5916 or 416-801-1537 www.quick­think­ing­tu­tor­ing-academy.com YEAR FOUNDED - 2014 GRADES - Gr. 7- Univer­sity EN­ROL­MENT - N/A CLASS SIZE - In­di­vid­ual in­struc­tion, Sem­i­nars/ 5 STU­DENT/STAFF RA­TIO - 1:1 TU­ITION COST - Please Con­tact For Hourly Rate

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