Michelle Fullerton

As an educator with over ten years of experience as a tutor, I have found no greater joy and challenge than working with students one-to-one. In the classroom, we are constrained by lesson objectives, unruly classmates, and countless other distractions – working across a table from one another, my students and I have been able to achieve their learning goals in a safe environment that works on their level. No two students learn the same way, and by working closely together we can develop a toolkit that will not only help them to achieve success in their course or class, but in life. However, the best educators are learners themselves, and I have always been committed to lifelong learning. I received my Honours Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University in Canadian Studies, specializing in history and French.

Upon completion of my undergrad, I received my Bachelor of Education in Junior/Intermediate studies at Brock University. Since then, I have completed additional qualifications in senior history and special education, and worked with students of a variety of ages and abilities. I have worked extensively with students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and low-motivation, but also with top students from some of the most exclusive independent schools in the province.I look forward to working with you to meet your educational goals!

Sincerely,

Michelle Fullerton, OCT

The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery. – Mark van Doren