Learn more about the Habits of S.U.C.C.E.S.S., and how it is based on the Habits of Mind and the Multiple Intelligences frameworks that have been applied through thousands of schools around the world. Habits of Mind focuses on the 16 types of important problem-solving life skills used by successful people, while Multiple Intelligences seeks to uncover a child’s innate abilities in order for them to learn better.
Nurturing Preschoolers’ Habits of S.U.C.C.E.S.S Symposium
Global Eduhub, a leading preschool chain with 36 centres located in Singapore, Australia and China, is set to take the initiative with its first-ever symposium in innovative thinking for early childhood. The symposium will feature the creators of 2 well-known frameworks that have proven to define success in adults, and Global EduHub’s own hybrid pedagogy that distills the essence of these frameworks into a curriculum that can be implemented at the early education level.
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- Professor Arthur Costa, Creator of the Habits of Mind framework, Emeritus Professor, Education for State and Founder of The Institute for Habits of Mind, USA
- Dr Branton Shearer, neuropsychologist and founder of Multiple Intelligences Research and Consulting, USA;
- Dr Henry Toi, Executive Director of The Art Costa Centre for Thinking and Affiliate Director of Habits of Mind, Singapore and also the creator of Habits of S.U.C.C.E.S.S.
Date: 24 January 2015
Venue: The Nexus Auditorium (#05-07 Cuppage Plaza)
Time: 9.30 am – 1.30 pm with an expected turnout of 1,000 parents and early educators.
Fee: S$10 per person for parents from Global Eduhub education centres, S$15 per person for general public
Ticket prices include an education bag with gifts worth S$200.
The New Age Parents is giving away 5 pairs of tickets away!
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Contest ends 20 Jan 2015.
Winners will be notified via phone and email. Winners will collect their prizes on the event day at the event venue.
Note: Tickets are non-exchangeable for cash.
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Congratulations to the following winners of our Promote Habits of S.U.C.C.E.S.S In The Young Symposium Tickets Giveaway!
They have won themselves a pair of tickets to the symposium.
- Khor Lee Ling
- Kam Loon Beng
- Sim Gek San
- Lim Mei Mei
Winners will be contacted via phone and email.