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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.

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Remidial Teaching Services 2023

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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Home schooling

Accompanying you through this beautiful project

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.

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Summer Courses 2023

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.

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Academic tutoring for student-athletes

Personalized tutoring to fit your student-athlete’s schedule..

Our student-athletes are taught according to variable schedules depending on the sport they play, the location and the level of sport they play. These young people all have one thing in common when it comes to their schooling: they must be very independent. SOSteacher offers personalized academic support by adapting to the subject matter, but more importantly, to the schedule of our student-athletes. The tutoring is done mainly at a distance, which allows us to follow our students all over the world!
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Home schooling

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.

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Specialized education services

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.

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Managing electronic devices – a real challenge!

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Whether we like it or not, our modern, wired daily lives are forcing us to manage our screen time intelligently. We need to be aware that these devices, large or small, pose real dangers to the brains of growing children. Despite their innocuous appearance, they can, like all addictions, hinder and even block a child’s natural development. Of course, not all young people are equally vulnerable to these highly attractive devices. However, like all forms of addiction, a number of external factors, such as the family environment, can make the difference. As the main players in their growth, you have a direct influence on their behavior, first and foremost by setting a good example! Since you are the masters on board, I’d like to suggest some information and advice to help you avoid this easy and silent addiction.

Screen management or dopamine management?

Dopamine is one of the many chemicals that act as neurotransmitters in the brain. Like a goal we’ve just scored or a lottery we’ve won, this chemical mediator, this happiness hormone, has more than one trick up its sleeve… The problem of screens has been studied on several occasions. The danger is that they provide the brain with a dopamine level that is very intense, very fast-acting, very exciting and therefore easily addictive, with the instant, effortless happiness it brings. Unfortunately, this immediate “beefing-up” effect is rarely, if ever, found in screen-free everyday life.

Reading Joël Monzé, doctor of neuropsychology

According to neuropsychologist Joël Monzé, the longer young people stay in front of screens, the greater the impact on their brain health. There would be a direct change in brain structures and in the development of cognitive functions, and even worse if the images are violent. This link will take you to the website of Joël Monzé, a leading authority on the subject. Better safe than sorry…Their brains are so fragile and vulnerable. We wear protective helmets for cycling, field hockey and skiing, so why not for screens?
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Dopamine is such an effective reward that no teacher or parent can induce this happiness naturally. The youngster who has become accustomed to these screens unconsciously expects this reward. They soon lose interest in the classroom, where sustained effort is required. The brain becomes lazy; it hopes and waits for its dopamine, but without being able to work to earn this reward naturally. In short, the ability to concentrate and pay attention is greatly affected. Here are a few tips from the same neuropsychologist, Joël Monzé, and from my own experience as a mother.

Healthy screen management for a healthy brain!

The first tip would be to be aware that your children are imitating you at all times. Your own screen management will be the exemplary basis of your teachings. Be leaders in this respect! Lead by example!
  • Keep screens in common areas where you can control them, not in bedrooms, and ban access to them at least one hour before bedtime.
  • Encourage “smart” choices, i.e.
    • Choose your own programs or films to watch with your children
    • Watch and know what your kids are listening to
    • Select and sort programs and games
    • Differentiate between leisure and learning activities
  • Reduce screen time as much as possible, with clear schedules and limits.
  • Eliminate access to screens before the age of three if the child is alone;
  • Eliminate access to tablets before the age of six;
  • Encourage concrete, “real” play
  • Play outside with your children every day
  • Encourage movement, sports, psychomotor blocks, working in the garden, swimming, walking for errands, etc.
  • Don’t worry about children getting bored – it’s great for their boundless creativity!
In short, not only are you the role model for your youngsters, but you’re also a caring person who must ensure that your beloved offspring develops to their full potential. Don’t hesitate to protect them from screens with clear limits and explanations, just as we protect them from cigarettes or other toxic and dangerous products; it’s the same danger of addiction. Let’s remain vigilant and consistent, for all our sakes! « The child is both a hope and a promise for humanity. By caring for this embryo as our most precious treasure, we are working to make humanity grow. »   – Maria Montessori

By Chantale Hébert, tutor at SOSteacher

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