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The best schools in the world should be free because education should not come with a price tag! And the best curriculum should teach children as well as adults the meaning of friendship, happiness and inclusiveness. Life values should be … Continue reading
Judging from the plethora of books in the market on “How to teach your baby/child to read” and hundreds of similarly titled books, we can safely deduce that parents and educators view the ability to read (and starting as early … Continue reading
In a seminar we were invited to conduct in Bukit Mertajam several months ago, our host introduced us thus, (in Mandarin) to the packed hall of about a hundred people: “This couple and their family are ordinary people like you … Continue reading
we forgot 😉 do check P out and we will get back to O, okay?
The beauty about being human is that each and every one of us is born with unlimited potentials. The tragedy that befalls most of us is that this is not recognized and instead of bringing out these potentials, we systematically … Continue reading
What is natural learning? It is learning that comes naturally to the child. Natural learning is learning that is self-motivated …, it has to be interest-driven
M is for movies, magic and music. Our kids are movie buffs, thanks to their dad.
There is so much to learn these days that to attempt to learn them all would be quite futile. More important than trying to learn everything is to adopt a LEARNING MIND. A learning mind is a mind that is … Continue reading
We are living in a transformatory era, where knowledge is no longer an exclusive commodity limited to the rich and powerful, to be utilized and manipulated for their own agenda. With the development of high-tech super-speed computers, knowledge is now … Continue reading