PUT JU­NIOR ON THE LEARN­ING FAST TRACK

Young Parents (Singapore) - - RIGHT-BRAIN TRAINING PROGRAMME -

Give your lit­tle one an ed­u­ca­tional head start with right-brain train­ing at He­guru Method Learn­ing Cen­tre, now lo­cated at Choa Chu Kang and Har­bourfront Cen­tre. Chil­dren to­day have so much to learn, un­der­stand and re­mem­ber. But the early years are the best time to in­cul­cate a love of learn­ing, so that they will be able to learn more with greater ease. The ages be­tween zero and six are cru­cial, as this is a time of rapid brain de­vel­op­ment. The right hemi­sphere of the brain is par­tic­u­larly dom­i­nant dur­ing this stage; it con­trols a range of func­tions, in­clud­ing vis­ual per­cep­tion, rea­son­ing and prob­lem solv­ing, mem­ory, or­gan­i­sa­tion, in­sight and so­cial com­mu­ni­ca­tion.

EN­HANCE HIS IQ AND CRE­ATIV­ITY

a head start in pri­mary school; and pri­mary-school­ers (seven to 12 years old) to achieve speed read­ing and su­pe­rior pho­to­graphic mem­ory.

The cen­tre uses proven meth­ods from Ja­pan, such as Rhyth­mics, Num­bers, In­stant Me­mori­sa­tion and Hand­i­crafts, to de­velop your child’s whole and right brain, as well as in­stil in him a love of learn­ing.

ED­U­CA­TION WITH A DIF­FER­ENCE

He­guru Method Learn­ing Cen­tre, lo­cated at Choa Chu Kang and Har­bourfront, is unique in that it has ded­i­cated and ex­pe­ri­enced prin­ci­pals run­ning the cen­tre.

Prin­ci­pal Agnes Ng, a mum of three, has a Mas­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion in Early Child­hood from Nanyang Tech­no­log­i­cal Univer­sity (NIE). Vice-prin­ci­pal (Cur­ricu­lum) Claire Ng is a for­mer teacher who su­per­vised pro­grammes for higher-abil­ity stu­dents. A mum of two, she is cur­rently work­ing to­wards her Mas­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion in Early Child­hood from NIE. Vice-prin­ci­pal (Op­er­a­tions) Rachel Pei, who is cur­rently pur­su­ing her Pro­fes­sional Di­ploma in Early Child­hood Care and Ed­u­ca­tion (Kinder­garten Teach­ing), is pas­sion­ate about em­pow­er­ing chil­dren to ac­com­plish tasks to the best of their abil­i­ties. To­gether, they have cre­ated a unique cur­ricu­lum and set of ma­te­ri­als that aim to help de­velop and max­imise their stu­dents’ po­ten­tial. De­vel­op­ing Ju­nior’s right brain will help un­cover his po­ten­tial. This is where the He­guru method comes in. Founded in Ja­pan by Hiro­tada and Ruiko Henmi, the He­guru method has been said to help en­hance pho­to­graphic mem­ory power, im­prove com­pre­hen­sion skills and crit­i­cal-think­ing abil­ity, boost cre­ativ­ity, in­crease IQ, and also in­crease read­ing speed.

He­guru Method Learn­ing Cen­tre spe­cialises in ed­u­ca­tional pro­grammes that are fo­cused on right brain-de­vel­op­ment train­ing for chil­dren here. Li­censed by the Henmi Ed­u­ca­tional Gen­eral Lab­o­ra­tory in Ja­pan, the cen­tre of­fers pro­grammes for in­fants and tod­dlers (six months to four years old) that help stim­u­late their right brains dur­ing this crit­i­cal pe­riod of de­vel­op­ment; preschool­ers (four to six years old) to help give them

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