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Tutoring services and homework help

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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Five tips to prepare for locum tenens work

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An essential step

All teachers begin their careers as substitute teachers. Here’s how to prepare for substitute teaching! You’ve just submitted your application to your local school board. Now you think all you have to do is wait for the phone call. What if instead, I encouraged you to plan your practice?

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As teaching students know only too well, substitute teaching in schools is the way for future education professionals to gain experience in addition to internships, and to build a reputation in the field. So, before they’ve even finished their bachelor’s degrees, budding teachers wander from school to school to carve out a niche for themselves and, by the same token, rake in the cash. But it’s not easy: they don’t have the luxury of planning their schedules and budgets for the medium term, they’re constantly changing and adapting, and all too often, children take advantage of their teacher’s absence to modify their behavior, and not always for the better. So it’s vital to be prepared for substitute teaching.


1- Survival kit

I strongly suggest that you prepare plenty of all-purpose material for all levels. I’m thinking here of riddles, crosswords, word search puzzles, sudokus, mazes, coloring pages of all kinds, French and math exercises, and so on. Although most of the time the teacher has left a plan for the day, it’s possible that his or her absence is unforeseen, and that we’ll have to fill certain periods with almost nothing on hand. Or it could simply be that the activity he or she has scheduled ends sooner than expected, and we have to compensate. It could be a lifesaver!


2- A simple, effective emulation system

Before arriving in the classroom, I believe it’s essential to have thought through a classroom management plan that can meet the needs of students in all cycles (so as not to reinvent it every time). That said, good behavior will be encouraged and bad behavior countered. Some like the idea that every minute lost through the group’s fault is taken up by the substitute during recess or free-play periods. Others hand out certificates of recognition at the end of the day to students who have done well. At the end of the day, whatever you decide to do, it’s important to let the students know when you arrive (rules, operation…) and to be consistent and constant throughout the day. This can only save you a lot of energy!


3- The day before, as important as the day of

On Monday, the phone rings at 6:30 a.m. and the dispatcher tells you to be at home forty-five minutes before 8:00. That’s a call that doesn’t give you a chance to relax in bed! Worse still, you don’t know what to wear or what to bring for dinner, and to make matters worse, your partner has parked in front of your car and you can’t find his keys. In my opinion, it’s a good idea to make sure the night before that conditions will be optimal when you wake up the next morning: choose your clothes, prepare your lunch, bring your equipment back home, etc. In short, make sure you don’t have to worry about the weather. In short, make sure you don’t have to rack your brains in the morning before going to bed the night before.


4- Get a head start

If you have the chance, I believe that arriving early at school to get ready before the students arrive contributes to efficiency. You’ll have more time to find the room, read the teacher’s plan, write it on the board as you see fit, as well as your name and rules, bring in the materials you’ll need for the day’s activities, etc. What’s worse than asking the students to get out their dictation notebooks? What’s worse than asking students to take out their dictation books and completely ignore where the list of words and sentences you’re supposed to read to them is? I speak from experience… You’ll save time and be more credible in everyone’s eyes.


5- Demonstrate rigor in all areas

At the end of the day, it’s a good idea to leave a full report for the teacher and clean up afterwards. As for the report, there are several models on the Internet that you can use as inspiration. As for the clean-up, you can even ask the students to help before they leave. If everyone pitches in, it’s much quicker. At the end of the day, people will know that you’re serious about your work and that you don’t neglect any aspect of it.



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By Léa Gagnon

Bachelor’s student in special education (and substitute teacher in my spare time)


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