BOOST YOUR CHILD'S FOCUS, MEMORY & CRITICAL THINKING!

 

Scientific Parenting for a SMARTER Brain Seminar

 

Focus, memory and critical thinking are all essential cognitive skills that help our children learn and perform well in school. Research has found that not only do these cognitive skills correlate with academic results, they also have a strong influence on one’s future career success.

#1: Focus & Attention – The ability to concentrate on the task at hand and not be distracted by unimportant or irrelevant information.  

#2: Memory – There are many types of memory and most people are aware of short-term and long-term memory. However, more recently, working memory has been found to have a deep impact on academic performance and even intelligence. Working memory is the ability to not only store information but also manipulate them at the same time, critical especially for successful reading comprehension and the ability to solve multi-step Math problems.   

#3: Critical Thinking – This means having clear, reasoned ideas and judgments. A person with critical thinking skills is able to understand the logical connections between ideas, construct and evaluate arguments and solve problems systematically.    

Considering the importance of these cognitive skills, it is vital that parents learn to understand these skills, why some children may excel in them while others may struggle, and mostly, how to boost them in our children.

In a recent large-scale study on school effectiveness conducted by researchers from Harvard and MIT, it was found that while schools impart academic knowledge, they do not seem to impact cognitive development, highlighting the need for specific cognitive training.

Attend this seminar to learn about:

1)    Focus, Memory & Critical Thinking – Key cognitive skills that power our “learning engine”

2)    Cognitive training in children – What it really entails

3)    8 research-based strategies to improve attention, memory and critical thinking in your child  

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WORKSHOP DETAILS:

 

 

Date: 20th March 2015, Friday

Time: 7:30pm to 9:30pm (Registration and light dinner provided from 7:00pm – 7:30pm

Venue: BrainFit Studio, 193-197 Thomson Road, Goldhill Centre, Singapore 307 633

Cost: $10 per person

Phone: 6737 3511

Specials : First 20 to register enjoy a complimentary brain toy

All participants enjoy 10% off our CognitiveMAP brain fitness profiling

 

 

 

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Venue: BrainFit Studio, 193-197 Thomson Road, Goldhill Centre, Singapore 307 633

Date: 6th June 2014, Friday

Cost: $10 per person, $15 per couple

LIMITED SEATS so sign up today!


SEMINAR PRESENTER: Ms Cheryl Chia, Founder of BrainFit Studio

 

Ms Cheryl Chia holds a Master Degree in Physiotherapy Studies (Paediatrics) from University of Queensland (“UQ”), Australia.  She was awarded a full scholarship from KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (“KK Hospital”) in Singapore to study Physiotherapy at UQ, where she was subsequently conferred membership in the Golden Key National Honour Society in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement and excellence.

Ms Chia has more than 19 years of work experience, with over 4 years of clinical physiotherapy experience in KK Hospital where she held various responsibilities including being the overall co-ordinator for paediatric neurology physiotherapy.  Ms Chia was also part-time lecturer on Paediatric Physiotherapy at Nanyang Polytechnic and she has also authored a book titled “Fit Brains Learn Better: A Chronicle of 12 years of Brain Fitness Training.”

Ms Chia has keen interest in cognitive neuroscience (brain research on learning skills) and its applications. As the Founder of BrainFit Studio, Ms Chia is widely recognised by industry peers and has presented in numerous international conferences related to brain fitness and intelligence development. Currently with 20 centres in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Turkey, BrainFit Studio focuses on helping children from birth to 18 years old develop a learning advantage through strengthening of their brain fitness and intelligence.