Tutoring Students with ADHD 5/5 (2)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is defined as a group of behavioral symptoms that include short attention span, distractibility, impulsivity and over activity. The cluster of symptoms usually also impairs the learning process and is more common amongst children, already … Read the rest

How to tutor students with Dyslexia 5/5 (1)

Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disabilities, affecting around 1 out of every 10-20 people in the UK. As a “specific” learning disabilities, it affects only some of the abilities, necessary for learning, such as reading or writing.… Read the rest

What is the goal of tutoring? 5/5 (1)

The goal of tutoring is not to replace independent homework time for students. The goal of tutoring is to give students the skills and confidence they need to tackle unfamiliar questions and find their own correct answers. When hiring a … Read the rest

When is tutoring and hiring a tutor a waste of parents’ money? 5/5 (1)

Hiring a good tutor/mentor is money well spent. A good mentor will not only help children with their struggling subjects, but often inspire students and have a significant impact on their academic careers. Spending money on tutoring is wasteful only … Read the rest

History of tutoring 5/5 (1)

Tutoring as a way to compliment traditional teaching approaches has been around for centuries. In fact, tutoring is one of the oldest teaching methods, dating back to the ancient Greeks, which used to educate their children by getting them together … Read the rest

The Goal of Canadian High Schools for University Bound Students No ratings yet.

 

What is the goal of high school in the 21st century? Since a high school diploma seems no longer sufficient for even the lower level jobs, the goal of high school is to prepare students and give them the … Read the rest

Canada – The Only G8 Country without a Federal Ministry of Education No ratings yet.

 

Canada is the only G8 country that does not have a Ministry of Education at a Federal level. We have Health Canada for issues related to our health. We have the Department of National Defence for our protection. But … Read the rest

B.C. teachers’ strike drags on with no end in sight No ratings yet.

As the teachers’ strike continues it becomes more and more important to ensure your child is mentally stimulated.  After the two month summer holidays, it is essential that students continue learning while waiting for school to start. Here are some … Read the rest

NEWS: BC Teacher’s strike No ratings yet.

NEWS: BC Teacher’s strike

Our director and dedicated Vancouver  tutors are ready to support students and their parents during the teachers’ strike. We are home schooling and teaching students the BC school curriculum.  We use regular assessment and progress tracking … Read the rest

Research Findings on Brain Development No ratings yet.

Research about how our brain develops from childhood to adulthood shows that:

Brain development depends on both our genes and our environment

Both nature and nurture are important in brain development. We are born with the main circuits in place … Read the rest

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