Tangible Benefits of A Sound PSLE Enrichment Programme(Registered with the Ministry of Education)
If after 5 years of schooling and tutoring, and your child is still optimising less than 60% of what could’ve been his or her best, then your child needs MindChamps’ Optimal Flow Method™ to fill in all the gaps in his schoolwork immediately. Based on latest research findings, the MindChamps Optimal Flow Method™ helps students actively understand new concepts, linking them to knowledge previously learnt, to create an all-inclusive link of subjects.
- Facing the PSLE with Confidence
- Students can face this crucial exam with confidence following how the Optimal Flow Method™ endows them to connect new concepts to existing knowledge they have learnt before. It is no longer nerve-wrecking.
- Missing the big picture
Students who fare poorly in exams are often failing to connect with the content they are being taught. It is seldom a reflection on the children’s ability, or even on the curriculum content. Rather, the method of instruction is failing the children.
In traditional learning environments, pieces of a subject are often taught in isolation, and the students fail to grasp an overview or make connections between units. They learn content without understanding it. Consequently, students feel overwhelmed by information and the ensuing stress worsens their performance.
Tutoring and coaching strategies that merely consist of drilling – or ‘more of the same’ – do not solve the basic problem.
- Joining the pieces together
Based on the latest research findings of how the brain works, MindChamps PSLE Success™ teaches subjects as holistic entities, via the Optimal Flow Method™. Hence, students are able to join the pieces together into a coherent whole, and connect in a meaningful way with any subject.
By consistently applying the Optimal Flow Method™ – a breakthrough method employed in MindChamps Success Programmes, students will acquire what Professor Snyder has called the Champion Mindset. This is a state of heightened neural connectivity where the subconscious imagination is primed to recognise key connections in any given information and commit it to memory for association with other bodies of knowledge or disciplines. This process of Active Storage, association and synthesis leads to that wonderful approach known as ‘great ideas’ – and PSLE success!
For now, we have overcome the hurdle by acing the PSLE. But for tomorrow, the sky’s the limit.