Are you a principle, teacher or parent?

If so, you are well aware of the academic difficulties one may experience and the importance of school education. Parents and teachers often suspect something is not quite right. School reports show that a child is lagging behind the rest of the class. Many have an illusion that their child’s academics will improve with time. Others seek help such as tutors which may not necessarily be the only solution. Tutoring may help but the plateau appears and we begin to conclude that nothing seems to work.

This being said, we are excited to finally offer cutting edge technology called “BRAIN TRAINING” to our students in Laval. Brain training is a simple but powerful way to enhance a student's core ability to learn faster, easier, and better. The brain processes information through a complex network of nerve cells called neurons. As we learn, groupings of neurons physically work together to accomplish learning or thinking tasks.

Our brain training programs work with the brain plasticity of each individual, personalized to overcome their difficulties and work with their strengths all the while supplying the tools needed to succeed in academics. Alternative learning programs, such as brain training are trending worldwide and have experienced great success stories. Our mission at H.O.P.E. Resource Centre is to offer these alternatives to as many families as possible.

In dedication towards our education community, we are giving away a free chance for a lucky school to win a brain training program ($2,500 value) in order to experience their own level of success. It is our 3rd annual SCHOOL-IN-THE-HAT draw and if you would like your school to be eligible in order to receive this wonderful gift, please “principals”, do not hesitate to call or e-mail us today!!

Too good to be true!

The children who are two years behind in their reading, performed worse than the normal for several years.

  • A normal child who goes to school for a year, usually improves their reading by a year. This can be described as a gain ratio of 1.
  • A program that enabled a child to improve their reading by two years in one year would be exceptionally good, as it represents a gain ratio of 2, twice as good as normal.
What do you say if there is a program now, which enables a child to improve by two years in just two weeks - which is a gain ratio of 48? "Too good to be true" or "Can't be done"?

You be the judge!