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Here’s Why Traditional Teaching Doesn’t Work For Your Child Anymore

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Hariz maloy14-04-2016
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  Dear mummies and daddies,   Do you remember those carefree days where all we did was catch spiders and eat 20 cent mee rebus from the noodle uncle on the street? Growing up then was much easier and expectations weren’t that high. Studying was simple. All we had to worry about was just memorising and … Continue reading Here’s Why Traditional Teaching Doesn’t Work For Your Child Anymore

5 Mistakes Singaporean Parents Make That Affects Their Child’s Learning

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MM Partners15-03-2016
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Being parents, we want the best for our kids. But usually most of the time, we don’t know what we’re doing wrong or what we’re doing right. Truth is, there is no wrong or right way to teach a child, we all have our own way of teaching. But from my 10 years of experience, … Continue reading 5 Mistakes Singaporean Parents Make That Affects Their Child’s Learning

3 Ways To Improve Your Child’s Attention Problem… Fast!

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MM Partners13-10-2015
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View image | gettyimages.com Attention is a term (and probably a concern) many parents are familiar with and is something that we always emphasise to our children. Being able to pay attention in class while learning is very important because if the child is attentive, he will be able to follow what the teacher is … Continue reading 3 Ways To Improve Your Child’s Attention Problem… Fast!

Child Development Phase – ‘Terrible Twos’

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Photo Credits: X   ‘Terrible Twos’. A phase all too common among parents and perhaps one of the more gut twisting conversation mothers might discuss about. But what exactly is ‘Terrible Twos’? Well when a child goes pass the infancy stage to the pre-symbolic stage, there are many changes taking place in their brain and … Continue reading Child Development Phase – ‘Terrible Twos’

Careless in School. Help My Child!

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admin15-09-2014
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Photo Credits: X   Why can’t my child see the difference? Why is he constantly so careless in his work and missing out on important details? Why does he make careless mistakes in his assignments? In modern day terms, most parents would assume that their child is careless. More often than not, we focus on the … Continue reading Careless in School. Help My Child!

Feeding the Young Brain – ‘Praise’

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admin08-09-2014
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    Photo Credits: X   Humans don’t thrive on praise, but a little praise is like an jubilant boost to the brain and a person’s confidence. There are debates on whether praise is beneficial or detrimental to children. However, the important thing to note is not whether “Should” we praise but “How” and ‘When” … Continue reading Feeding the Young Brain – ‘Praise’

Child Development – (Listening) Auditory Disorder Impacts Learning

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admin25-08-2014
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Photo Credits: Liberty Speech   Are you listening to me? Are you doing this on purpose? Can you please follow the instructions?   Are you guilty of saying of any of these phrases during parenthood? When young children mispronounce words, more often than not parents will enjoy a good laugh. When children hear us talk, … Continue reading Child Development – (Listening) Auditory Disorder Impacts Learning

IQ VS Cognition Functions

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admin18-08-2014
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Photo Credits: X   In the past 10 years, if you are an inquisitive adult, we would have guess that you would have probably had your fair share of IQ tests. Be it physical test papers or the online questionnaires, we’ve all played our part. But how many adults have actually participated in a cognitive … Continue reading IQ VS Cognition Functions

My Child is Careless – Visual Skills (Visual Discrimination)

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admin11-08-2014
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Photo Credits: University of Sydney   Visual skills are important as it can affect an individual’s ability to excel in reading, learning, sports, and in day-to-day activities. We will be touching on one component: Visual Discrimination. Visual discrimination is a component of visual skills. It is the ability of the individual to distinguish and identify … Continue reading My Child is Careless – Visual Skills (Visual Discrimination)

Brain Training On the Go!

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admin04-08-2014
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Photo Credits: Lera Blog While we place emphasis on keeping our mind active and fired up, not all brainy activities must be carried out within the vicinity of the classroom or computer programme. More often than not, we can train our minds on the go. 

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