Neurolanguage Coaching

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About the Neurolanguage Coaching program

The Student Learning Commons' Neurolanguage Coaching program is especially designed for students with English as a second or additional language.

Learn English using a fast, efficient, and brain-friendly method: This approach integrates professional coaching and principles of neuroscience research into the language learning process. Your coach with work with you to set goals, build the language up step by step, fully focused on what you need, and together, create a personalized framework to help you move forward and improve your language skills.

The program is now accepting registrations for the Spring 2023 semester. Space is limited. Register now to secure your spot.




For the Fall 2022 term, Neurolanguage coaching sessions will be virtually on Zoom. 

Note: This service is only available to registered SFU students. Non-SFU students, including visiting scholars, post-doctorate students, and FIC students are not eligible.

To participate in the program, fill out the online registration form AND create a WCOnline account with your SFU email, if you do not have an existing account created already. You will then be contacted to schedule your first session.



Writing Cohesively with Thematic Progression
In this webinar, you will learn language strategies to move from one statement in a text to the next to establish a clear connection of ideas in your writing.


Academic Reading Skills
Multilingual students often find reading academic texts difficult as they encounter unfamiliar vocabulary and writing styles. This webinar will give you some ideas for what to do when you come across new vocabulary words and how to learn strategies to make sense of your reading.


Structuring Ideas through Grammar
In this webinar, you will learn language strategies you can use to guide the reader through the logical connections between the ideas and information in your writing.