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Methods to help students develop creativity and innovation for future sustainability. You are invited to join us this Sunday, this would be an interesting session to help develop critical and creative thinking skills. For information, you might like to email … Continue reading
On our first day of school, we did something different……instead of cramming into a classroom full of same-aged kids, we took them out for a swim with their friends of various ages 😊 – sunshine, fresh air and exercise are … Continue reading
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It wasn’t quite planned. It was a spur-of-the-moment decision. We made some announcements. People replied that they were interested. We opened our door. And people came! And the kids led most of the activities. While the parents watched on! And … Continue reading
Spending 2 Sundays attending coaching program on problem solving. To be specific, *future* problem solving. We believe this is will be important skill and capacity to help our children build resilience and sustainability in a very unpredictable future. While structure … Continue reading
The Malaysian Homeschooling Tribe’s first ever Arts Festival is happening soon and we are pleased to announce that tickets are available online! Get yours now so you can start planning your festival and make the most out of it! This … Continue reading
We have reached a stage where the early years of home-educators have graduated and found promising employment, (some have even gotten married!) and the younger adventurous ones are jumping onboard in droves.