With or without a medical assessment, the key to learning is to:
- Understand the obstacles,
- Identify the barriers,
in order to act upon them.
Look beyond the students to the children they are.
- Know their interests,
- Their ways of acting,
- Their needs and abilities,
To better engage them in their studies.
What are their accomplishments?
What is the nature of the difficulties they are experiencing?
To what can we attribute them?
Are they the same in different environments?
How can they overcome these obstacles?
This section is for children who are bored either because they excel in a subject or because the lessons are too simple for them.
Rather than abandoning their needs and leaving them daydreaming by the window, doodling or disrupting the class, why not
PERSONALIZE THEIR ASSIGNMENTS?
How can we provide them with the opportunity:
- To learn,
- To go further in the subject,
- To have fun,
- To grow,
- To thrive,
- arouse their curiosity,
And not be bored?
This is not about giving them additional exercises on the same topic, but rather asking them to do additional research, prepare a presentation or help their classmates who are experiencing difficulty.
In this section, you will find various advanced programs that our experts have proposed.
It’s up to you to choose what will suit your student!
This section is designed for children who experience difficulties in different school subjects, such as math or history.
Our expert teachers have pooled their knowledge and identified existing programs designed specially for them!
All you have to do is choose what best suits your student or your child!
With or without medical assessment, school life plays an critical role in the development of young people, especially when things are going well.
The same cannot be said for children who are NEURODIVERGENT.
Managing emotions, anxiety, stress, frustrations, and much more, are all
that they may face on a daily basis.
Helping them find their place means understanding these daily challenges, their INTERACTIONS with both their teachers and their peers.
What is INTERFERING with the smooth running of their day or their WELL-BEING?
How can we IMPROVE this?