Tuition in Singapore is often considered beneficial for a child′s education and learning experience.
In today′s day and age, it′s easy to freely give your own opinion regardless of what the topic is; far too often, we′re not actively encouraged to consider different perspectives.
While English remains the primary mode of communication in Singapore, be it at school or the workplace, secondary students continue to struggle with speaking and using English fluently.
More often than not, public speaking is a dreaded activity that students do their best to avoid.
Excelling in school and beyond does not just entail possessing strong academic proficiencies; the way a student carries and expresses themselves plays an important role in their development.
Understanding the different ways that young kids learn is crucial in unlocking their full potential in school and beyond. Here are 4 main learning styles.
Writing a compelling PSLE-grade essay isn′t necessarily as daunting as it seems. Here are some simple but effective tips for students to enhance their content.
PSLE marks your child′s first major examination in their academic journey, one that will determine, to a large extent, the Secondary School they will go to, and the path they will be taking even beyond that.
PSLE Science is arguably one of the toughest papers to score well in, considering that it′s a highly technical subject that is only introduced in Primary 3. It also explains why Primary School Science tuition in Singapore is highly sought after.
In a country where academic results are an obsession in itself, tuition and enrichment centres are the lifeblood of a community entrenched in the pursuit of better grades
School holidays — every kid′s dream; and every parent′s nightmare; well, not in a terrible way, but they will have to find ways to keep their kids occupied and productive whilst affording them their well-deserved break…
Emotional support or encouragement, otherwise known as affirmation, speaks volumes to a child. A simple “Wow” from a learned elder can boost morale almost immediately. A whimsical “oooh” could be the push a child needs…
Life as a Singaporean student is often seen more as an insurmountable task rather than an enriching journey where learning takes centre stage. Students at every level from preschool, primary school…
Working in the education setting, I frequently find myself wondering if the loading placed upon the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is inflated when compared to the Emotional Quotient (EQ). We know that EQ has many real-life applications…