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Linda Montgomery lives in Victoria, BC with her daughter, husband and ginger cat, Oliver. For Linda, living by the ocean is a constant inspiration.
Linda has been a principal and teacher over the years and currently supports students who learn in an on-line platform from Grades 6 to 12. Her vast experience with many different types of learners makes her an intuitive and resourceful Education Consultant. Linda enjoys getting to know families during her consultations and providing the opportunity to open doors to a successful learning experience for all students.
Stefan has spent his career helping elementary, high school, college and university students achieve their academic and vocational goals. With his K – 12 teaching certificate, master of science and doctoral degrees, his teaching has spanned the country, from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Nanaimo, BC.
Stefan has spent many years guiding the educational careers of high-achieving students, but it was during his time tutoring students with special needs that he first began to understand the remarkable impact of one-on-one tutoring. It’s hardly surprising that one-on-one tutoring steeply accelerates a student’s mastery of subject matter; what Stefan found so exciting was the growth in his students’ self-confidence due to the impact of personalized, one-on-one tutoring, and students’ discovery of the reinforcing effects of solid work habits in achieving subject mastery.
As an educator, a mentor, and especially as a father, Stefan knows the joys and the challenges of keeping children on track toward achieving their goals, and the crucial role that one-on-one tutoring can play in making it happen.
Kim shares Stefan’s passion for learning and love of teaching, as well as his commitment to helping students achieve their academic potential through one-to-one tutoring. There are few things more satisfying than witnessing the moment of clarity when the light bulb goes on, and it all makes sense.
Kim’s academic path has taken many turns. After completing her second Master’s Degree she was accepted into the PhD program in Sociology at the University of Alberta. After completing her coursework and before embarking upon her research she took time off to have a baby. The birth of her daughter changed everything, including her academic focus. Having always appreciated the importance of a healthy lifestyle, Kim began researching the role of nutrition in healthy pregnancies and happy babies. What she learned fueled her drive to learn more. Instead of completing her post-graduate degree Kim applied to the Nanaimo chapter of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition where she graduated with honours. Her passion for the subject was evident, and upon graduation she was asked to join the administrative team and now teaches courses that focus on the importance of optimum nutrition for the mind.