We’re living in an age of competitive education. You’ve thought about whether to enroll your child for tuition. You’ve talked to your friends and family, read the online articles and formed your own thoughts about it. In the midst of it all, it is easy to be fooled into believing some common myths about tuition and falling into certain thinking traps!
Here, we look into eight common myths about tuition for you and share why many of these cannot be accepted at face value.
Learning through play is a term used in education and psychology to describe how a child can learn to make sense of the world around them. Through play, children develop problem solving skills and gain the self-confidence required to tackle new problems, experiences and environments.
Play-based learning is a form of learning that is fun and enjoyable. The premise of play-based learning is that children learn best through first-hand experiences when they are active and involved in their learning. Play-based learning involves guidance by a teacher who directs attention to specific elements of the play activity. The teacher can draw parallels between the play activity and a real-world problem, or provide encouragement and feedback on children’s learning.