Megan Wong, a mother of three children and an accountant by profession owns and manages a daycare center for children ranging from 3 to 12 years old. She became interested in children education when like all loving mothers, she wished to learn how to teach her own children on how to utilize the marvel of their brains to distinguish them as individuals having their own unique gifts and talents and training them how to use their whole brain to think like a genius.
She researched extensively on well-known brain stimulation programs like Shichida Method, Kumon, BrainGym, Tony Buzan, Edward de Bono and Howard Gardner (just to name a few). She discovers one very important element in all of these methods – all of them are FUN. All of them provide activities and games which are fun, making children enjoy, feel happy and love to learn. They ensure their whole brain is stimulated and thinking skills are inculcated in their learning process.
Megan Wong with her team of dedicated teachers have been training children for the past 10 years on how to practice smart thinking and learning through their English, Mathematics, Art and Memory Techniques programs and have witness children whom they have nurtured grown into individuals who are able to discover their own gifts and talents and knowing how to think and learn creatively and how to have fun while learning.
Megan Wong and her team of teachers have put together their practical experience of teaching and training children and parents into “Mind Power Series” a collection of 3 e-books focusing on fun and thinking skill practices which both parent and child will enjoy many quality, memorable and fun moments together.
OUR MOTTO – FUN LEARNING FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING
‘The principle goal of education is to create men and woman who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done’.~ Jean Piaget
‘We’ve got to do fewer things in school. The greatest enemy of understanding is coverage… You’ve got to take enough time to get kids deeply involved in something so they can think about it in lots of different ways and apply it’. ~ Howard Gardner
”You cannot teach anybody anything. You can only help them discover it within themselves’. ~ Galileo
‘Schools must inquire deeper into their own practices, explore new ways to motivate their learners, make use of learning styles, introduce multiple intelligences, integrate learning, and teach thinking, and in the process discover the passion and moral purpose that makes teaching exciting and effective’. ~ Fullan and Hargreaves
‘Thinking deeply about what we are doing leads us to ask better questions, break out of fruitless routines, make unexpected connections and experiment with fresh ideas’. ~ Ron Brandt
‘If you can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives’. ~ Chinese proverb