People who are highly successful think differently from everyone else. Good thinkers are always in demand and are sought out for their abilities – because anything great begins with a thought, and anything worthwhile comes from a great thinker. They know how to solve problems, how to generate possibilities, and how to innovate with ideas.
Do you know that thinking habits need to be developed from young age, as early as 3 year old?
Children are natural-born creative thinkers. The conformity of of schools and the changes of culture, such as mind-numbing music, television, video-games, social networking, and uninformed parenting strategies to nurture this thinking skill potential have contributed to children’s poor thinking skills. Such children eventually discover they are not as capable as their peers who have effective thinking skills, and that gives them real reason to have low self-esteem.
This workshop is for parents and teachers who understand the importance of developing thinking habits in their children and students. Parents and teachers who want to teach children how to think. Participants will learn :
- The science of thinking in the brain
- Different types of thinkers
- Understanding why some children have difficulties in problem solving
- Strategies to develop thinking habits in young children
- Strategies to develop the critical, creative, collaborative thinkers
PAEDIATRIC PHYSIOTHERAPIST, FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR OF BRAINFIT INTERNATIONAL
Cheryl holds a Master Degree in Physiotherapy Studies (Paediatrics) from the University of Queensland, Australia. She was awarded a full scholarship from KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and was subsequently conferred membership in the Golden Key National Honour Society in recognition of her outstanding academic achievement. Cheryl has more than 20 years of experience, with over 4 years in KK Hospital. She has authored a book and also lectured at Nanyang Polytechnic. Cheryl has a keen interest in cognitive neuroscience (brain research on learning skills) and its applications.
For more information, please call Ms. Tri – (021) 549 0261 / WhatsApp : 0813 8508 8200
*Note: this workshop will be present in English.