LinkedKey's junior and senior high school mathematics synchronous tutoring program helps children master basic knowledge, improve math scores, and learn related courses ahead of time. The courses offered are: Ontario Standard Curriculum, IB Math Program, and AP Program.
LinkedKey’s Math Contest class expands on the basics of learning at school, increasing the difficulty and children's interest in learning. By developing a child's intellectual potential, logical ability, and problem-solving skills, LinkedKey lays a good foundation for higher-level and university courses. Participating North American competitions include the Waterloo Math Contest, the AMC, and the Mathematics Contests.
LinkedKey Mathematics Classes
G9 Math, G10 Math, G11 Math Functions, G12 Math Advanced Functions, G12 Math Calculus & Vectors, G12 Math Data Management
IB Math SL, IB Physics SL, AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics, IB Chemistry SL
G5-6 Math: Recommend Contest Fibonacci & Pythagoras math contest
G7 Math: Recommend Contest Euler & Gauss 7
G8 Math: Recommend Contest Lagrange & Gauss 8 & AMC 8
G9 Math: Recommend Contest Newton & Pascal & Fryer
G9-10 Math: Recommend Contest Newton (G9) & Pascal (G9) & Fryer (G9) & Cayley (G10) & Calois (G10)
G10 Math: Recommend Contest Cayley (G10) & Calois (G10) & AMC10 & Waterloo Series Contest G10
G11 Math: Recommend Contest AMC10/12 & Waterloo Series Contest G11
G11-12 Euclid: Recommend Contest Euclid Contest
Past Math Contest
Waterloo Math Contest
AMC 8: Past Contest and Solution
AMC 10A/B: Past Contest and Solution
AMC 12A/B: Past Contest and Solution
Our Math Contest Awards
HonourRoll: Charles Y, Ethan W
HonourRoll: Ryan M, Shujian Z, Yifei M
2018 AMC 10
HonourRoll: qualifying for AIME，Ethan W
HonourHoll: Ryan M
National Gold Medal GTA Regional Excellence: Ryan M
2017 CIMC (Canadian Intermediate Mathematics Contest)
Honour Roll: Ethan W
2017 COMC (Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge)
Honour Roll: Ethan W
HonourRoll: Charles Y, Feiyang T, Ethan W
Honour Roll: Ethan W
HonourRoll: Erin Z
2017 Beaver computing challenge
Honour Roll: Ethan W
HonourRoll: Charles Y
HonourRoll: Andrea M
2016 AMC 8
HonourHoll: Erin Z
2015 Gauss 7
HonourRoll: Charles Y
HonourRoll: David D
2013 Gauss 7
HonourRoll: Hanson L
Lily W.Head, Mathematics
Mr. FuInstructor, Mathematics
KennyInstructor, Physics & Chemistry
Ms. ZhangInstructor, Mathematics
Jane L.Instructor, Mathematics
Fan W.Instructor, Mathematics
Mr. SunInstructor, Mathematics
Stephine W.Instructor, Mathematics
Yudi W.Instructor, Mathematics
Leo Ch.Instructor, Mathematics
Stanley X.Instructor, Mathematics
Michelle T.Instructor, Chemistry
Mike L.Instructor, Mathematics
Lily W. graduated from Teacher College majoring in Mathematics. Since then, she has been teaching Mathematics for more than 25 years. Lily is very engaging and holds the attention of students in all discussions. She has thorough knowledge of the school’s curriculum and other standards and she ensures her teaching meets those standards. Lily also has high expectations of their students and encourages everyone to always work at their best level. In Canada alone, many of students Lily taught have won awards in various math contests and have been accepted by top colleges such as Ivy League schools.
Mr. Fu graduated from Nanjing University, and has taught physics and mathematics in various Chinese Universities and high schools. He later obtained undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in physics and mathematics in Canada. Since then, Mr. Fu has taught mathematics and physics at Ontario public schools for more than 20 years. His teaching style has been described as rigorous, yet reasonable and methodical. He is a patient, compassionate, open-minded, and wise individual – a rare teacher and true friend.
Kenny is an accomplished teacher with a high degree in mathematics and teaching. He is a mathematics and physics teacher in the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board and the Peel District School Board. Additionally, he was a top researcher for the Canadian Space Society at York University. He is often described by students as “one of the most knowledgeable people”, and is known for his clear and informative lectures.
Ms. Zhang has majors in mathematics and physics in both her undergraduate and graduate studies. She was a physics professor at Zhengzhou University, and after obtaining an Ontario teaching license from Mc Master University in 2004, she has been teaching AP Calculus and high school mathematics in private high schools ever since. Ms. Zhang’s teaching style is rigorous and simple, easygoing and tolerant, and she encourages an open and understanding classroom environment. She treats students with kindness and is a teacher who radiates brilliance.
Mr. Hu holds a PHD degree of physics from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Hu was previously a researcher for the High Energy Physics Institute in the Chinese Academy of Sciences and now he is in Canada working on the design, safety, and maintenance of nuclear reactors, with high attainment in his field of expertise. Dr. Hu loves math, is passionate about teaching, and often tutors students in math and physics outside of work. When teaching, he is good at utilizing many methods to analyze problems and using rigorous logic to attract students’ attention. Students not only become more knowledgeable but they are often influenced and inspired by Dr. Hu’s passion for knowledge and conscientious academic attitude. As such, students learn to calmly and independently think about problems.
Mrs. Liu is a mathematics program graduate from a Normal University in China. She has over 10 years of experience teaching middle and high school math in middle schools. Moreover, she was once a district special researcher, where she participated in the writing and development of new teaching material. After immigration, Mrs. Liu did dedicated research into Canadian elementary math teaching material as well as the various types of questions typically seen in math contests. She is also familiar with the IB and AP curriculums. Mrs. Liu compares focus points between Chinese and Canadian math teaching materials and analyzes learning patterns of students from these two countries. This has helped her devise an effective teaching method which she incorporates into her teaching routine. She is proficient at simplifying complicated problems and seeking in-depth extensions to simple problems, training her students’ critical thinking skills and helping them successfully transition into university. Mrs. Liu is passionate about teaching middle and high school math and is an enthusiastic educator who is popular among parents.
Fan Wang obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Tsinghua University, Master’s degree from National University of Singapore and Ph.D. degree from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, all in Electrical Engineering. Dr. Wang has years of teaching experience in undergraduate and postgraduate studies, as well as profound understanding of mathematical concepts and their application in practical engineering. His fields of teaching interest are mathematics contests. The pedagogic style of Dr. Wang focuses on interactive approaches that can raise students’ interest in learning, by means of demonstrating the beauty of mathematics. Dr. Wang’s knowledge of multiple languages allows him to collect mathematics contest information from various data sources around the world.
Alice obtained her Economic Master’s degree from University in France and worked for top international company in Europe for 4 years. After immigrated to Canada, she began to teach mathematics in Québec. She studied the differences and characteristics between mathematics teaching in Canada and China, and summarized many courses in mathematics enlightenment and fun math. She engaged in helping student to develop good habits in learning and use logical and various way to solve the math question. The explanation is full of fun, logical, rigorous and easy to understand. Alice is a lively, patient and responsible teacher who will provide a good starting to younger student.
Mr. Sun was a master and graduated from the department of mathematics of Jilin University. He has taught advanced mathematics at a university in mainland China for many years. He can teach calculus, linear algebra, and probability and statistical.
He especially emphasizes the conversation and communication in teaching. Through it, students were guided step by step to rational and logical thinking; he can find problems of students and then teach them according to their aptitude; through conversation with students, he cultivate students ‘logical expressions ’.
Grace Shao has taught in China for 15 years and in North America for 8 years. And now she teaches mathematics in public high schools in the United States.
She is familiar with the mathematics syllabus of Ontario and New York State public high schools, as well as SAT, IB, math, HL, SL and AP calculations. Most of her students got full marks in the standardized examination.
Grace is good at encouraging students to think creatively, enlightening students to broaden their thinking of solving problems, and cultivating their rigorous and scientific learning methods.
Ms. Stephine graduated from the Faculty of Education, University of Toronto, Ms. Wang specializes in teaching high school mathematics. She is devoted in curriculum planning for the IBDP and gifted program. She also regularly marks various math contests for the University of Waterloo. Ms. Wang is a permanent staff at an Ontario public high school, teaching IBDP mathematics. As a member of the new generation of international students, she has gained a strong academic foundation from the elite class of Chinese key school system, and a full experience at Canadian local high school and university. She takes the benefits from both education systems and applies to her own teaching. She focuses on helping students synthesize, consolidate, and make connections among key concepts. She uses classic examples to guide students to develop more problem solving strategies, and consequently to increase their confidence in critical analysis. Ms. Wang is knowledgeable in IB math IA writing, external exam questions and marking criteria. Many students have earned level 7 under her guidance. Her meticulous working ethics are well respected among students and parents.
Mr. Han graduated from the department of Mathematics of Tianjin University in the class of 1978. He won the first place in the Mathematics Competition of Tianjin University in 1978.
He has rich experience in high school mathematics teaching and has been doing mathematics tutoring for more than ten years after immigrating.
For his teaching style, Due to his solid basic skills and teaching foundation, his classes are detail-focused and brief, he can pass the knowledges to students in a systematic and logical way.
Yudi W. is currently pursuing an Electrical Engineering degree at the University of Toronto. She is a hard-working, academically-rigorous student. She had tutoring experience in both high school and university and volunteered in numerous summer and march break camps. She is passionate about education, responsible, and patient and friendly towards lower-grade students. She emphasizes learning experience, is good at student interactions, and can help invoke student initiative in mathematical thinking. Yudi is an outgoing, friendly, popular teacher among students.
Leo Chai is currently pursuing his Computer Science and Business administration double degree program (CS/BBA) degree at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. He has founded the WOSS FILM CLUB, and leaded a variety of clubs as an executive member. Under Leo’s lead, his students participated in various contests and achieved success. Leo is strong in math and is experienced in tutoring. He is an expert in finding critical points that many students struggle on and emphasize on key focal points of the course. Leo loves teaching, especially in a creative manner, utilizing unique activities to help students focus and understand course content. He enjoys communicating his passion in math with his students, sparking his students’ interest in math.
Dr. Stanley X. is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Toronto. Previously he was a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. His primary area of interest is Number Theory. Specific topics that he is interested in include arithmetic geometry, arithmetic statistics, analytic number theory, and algebraic geometry. He obtained his Ph.D in pure mathematics from the University of Waterloo in 2016. He has rich teaching experience at the University of Toronto.
Michelle Tan graduated from the Faculty of Science at the University of Waterloo, holding a Bachelor’s degree in Science and Business with a specialization in Chemistry. Her extensive industry background spans the fields of applied chemistry and scientific production. She has lots of experience in chemistry and math tutoring and being a summer camp counselor for secondary and elementary students. Michelle’s teaching concept leans towards using the practical application of chemical knowledge in real-life situations and technology, igniting students’ understanding of chemistry and their passion for science. She excels at providing students with targeted exam preparation and academic planning for university. Michelle is a dynamic, patient, dedicated and insightful teacher who cares about the mental health development of students. She hopes that students find the joy of learning in their study of chemistry.
Mike L. holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Physics and a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering, both from the University of Waterloo. His professional experience spans diverse domains such as AI, Data Science, and Software Engineering. Mike firmly believes that a robust foundation in math and science is pivotal for students’ future development, equipping them with the power to tackle complex problems. In his classes, Mike tends to focus on students’ thought process and provide guidance on how to approach to a problem logically. Mike is also a fan of providing individual feedbacks since he believes that each student thinks differently and needs help from different angles.