Academic coaching, homework help and exam preparation
Tutoring sessions allow the student to catch up academically as well as achieve an academic level in line with the educational objectives prescribed by their current grade level, in accordance with the program of the Ministry of Education, Recreation and Sport.
Do you need private remedial teacher to achieve better academic results?
If your child is experiencing persistent difficulties in school, such as trouble keeping up with lessons, understanding taught subjects, or if they have a diagnosed learning disorder like dyslexia or ADHD, they could greatly benefit from the support of a remedial teacher.
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If you choose to homeschool your child, oversight from the Ministry of Education is required. A teaching resource from SOSprof can help you set goals to ensure the smooth progression of your child’s educational journey.
Academic support for your child’s learning!
The summer class provides academic support for your child’s learning and reinforces it so that he or she can internalize it and be ready for the new school year. It is a review that helps organize and integrate the concepts learned in the classroom during the previous school year. It also allows the student to catch up on his or her schoolwork in order to pass an exam, with the help of a private teacher.
Personalized tutoring to fit your student-athlete’s schedule..
5 to 6 tutoring sessions to well prepare your young teenager.
Our tutors specialized in this field prepare your youngster both psychologically and academically by putting them in a situation where they take a mock admission test similar to the one they will undergo for their enrollment in a private school.
Academic support for your child’s learning!
Fulfill your child’s potential with our specialized educational services. From speech therapy to occupational therapy and neuropsychology, our experts tailor strategies to overcome learning, sensory, emotional and cognitive difficulties. Discover a world of possibilities for your child’s success and well-being.
Certainly, the idea of not running around all day and preparing lunches – ah, the famous no-nuts lunches! – may seem like an exciting prospect, but homeschooling requires careful preparation and rigorous monitoring. Here are some tips and information to guide you in your choice, but above all, to ensure that your child follows the same path as at school.
From the age of 6 to 16, all children residing in Quebec must attend school. However, the Education Act allows you to make a written request to teach at home. This request must be sent to the Ministry of Education and the school service center. If it’s approved, that’s when you’ll step into the teacher’s shoes!
Children who are homeschooled must complete the same tests as students at school. School service centers must arrange for a home-schooled child to take ther Ministry exams on the premises of the school service center. There is no charge for taking these tests nor for the preparatory activities for the test.
Where to start when homeschooling? Everything you need to know for your child can be found here. In fact, the Quebec Education Program, which you can consult here for elementary school and here for high school, lists all the concepts that must be mastered by the end of the year, depending on the child’s grade. We’ve also prepared a list of essential knowledge for each level to help you.
What’s more, a Support guide (available here) written by the Quebec government explains all aspects of home schooling in great detail. You’ll find tips, activity ideas and stimulating projects to help you in your task. The subjects are detailed, so you’ll be able to follow the learning process in languages, math, history or any other subject that suits your child’s grade level. Here are just a few examples of how you can develop your child’s literacy skills:
The great challenge of teaching lies in motivating both the student and the teacher. Parent-learners are encouraged to come up with ideas to capture their children’s attention, stimulate their learning and whet their appetite for knowledge. In this way, they’ll develop a sense of self-efficacy and become more attentive and involved during lessons. Here are a few tips to vary the monotony of office work. As a parent, you can :
Here are the compulsory tests:
Grade 4, primary: French, language of instruction (reading and writing) ;
Grade 6, elementary: French, language of instruction, or English Language Arts (reading and writing) and mathematics;
Secondary 2: French, language of instruction (writing).
And the unique tests:
Secondary 4: – Mathematics, Natural Sciences sequence, or Technico-sciences or Culture, society and technology; – Science and technology or Technological and scientific applications; – History of Quebec and Canada;
Secondary 5: – French, language of instruction, or English Language Arts; – English, second language (basic or enriched program), or French, second language (basic or enriched program).
Children who are home-schooled must take the same tests as students at school. School service centers must take the necessary steps to ensure that a home-schooled child who may be a candidate for a test imposed by the Minister under the Education Act may attend a session held for this purpose on their premises. There is no charge for taking these tests or for preparatory activities.
In addition, the Ministry of Education recently announced the introduction of new provisions to better supervise home schooling. Among other things, this includes the coming into force of new provisions relating to the obligation to take the ministerial tests in 2021-2022, which will enable the children concerned to upgrade their learning so as to offer them better conditions for success. In addition, school service centers will be required to offer preparatory activities for ministerial exams, starting in the 2021-2022 school year.
Our clientele is very diverse. Whether it’s for temporary difficulties, to reinforce current knowledge for future exams, or to support a young person with a learning difficulty or specific learning disability, we have the right educational partner for you. Individualized teaching is an approach that has always proven its effectiveness. It’s a commitment to persevere, no matter what the obstacles, for the long haul.