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Journey With Children

“So that she can be happy.”

July 3, 2010

Last Friday we had mid autumn celebration in church. It has been a practice of our church to observe some Chinese culture and create a learning opportunity of the Chinese history. Prior to the celebration, some church members started to prepare the lanterns one week early for the event. My daughter enjoyed watching the adults […]

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Improving Self Confidence of a Dyslexic Child

June 23, 2010

I have been working with many children with different level of learning difficulties. They are between the age of 5 to 8 years old. Most of them have very low self confidence and behavioral problems. I’ve discovered beside encouragement and motivation (which are very important), there are other practical ways we could apply to help […]

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Happy Teacher’s Day

March 16, 2010

When You Thought I Wasn’t Looking When you thought I wasn’t looking, you displayed my first report, and I wanted to do another. When you thought I wasn’t looking, you fed a stray cat, and I thought it was good to be kind to animals. When you thought I wasn’t looking, you gave me a […]

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Be a clown again?

March 12, 2010

Attended Uncle Button’s creative teaching with balloon today. He has challenged me to let WaWa clown back in action. Well, for your information, WaWa clown made a public appearance at the Taman Tun Dr. Ismail Park on 23 December 2005 to bring Christmas joy to a group of children from the Rumah Hope. Thank you […]

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How to help a dyslexic child to improve in math/s – part 2

March 10, 2010

Many dyslexic children also have problems comprehending the vocabulary and symbols used in mathematics. It is also a common problem that these children will be confused with math symbols that look similar. Likewise, they often reverse numbers, which lead to errors when performing simple calculations and arithmetic. Despite facing the above mentioned difficulties, a dyslexic […]

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How to help a dyslexic child to improve in math/s – Part 1

March 9, 2010

It has been estimated that around 90% of dyslexic children have problems in some areas of math/s, and most of the time they will need extra help especially when new concepts of math/s are introduced. To help a dyslexic child improve in his math/s, we must first look into the reasons for this problem. One […]

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Sweet Memories

January 8, 2010

Darlene was delighted that her cousins slept over at our home for two nights during the recent school holidays. It was really fun to watch the kids enjoying themselves and later settling some issues together. For me, the kids brought me back to my childhood memories. So sweet … and I can still remember so […]

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Learning from the nature

January 2, 2010

A mentor is not measured by the splash he makes when he enters the water, but rather by the ripples he leaves in his wake. Amy, Adeline and myself met last Thursday morning at the Marmalade, Bangsar Village II for  brunch and farewell gathering. It was interesting that we could meet and talk about ourselves, […]

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Protect and Save the Children – Awareness Talk

August 11, 2008

Every now and then, we hear news reports of children abducted or abused. For each of these tragedies, many more go unreported. Every child has the right to be loved and protected.

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Don’t Ask What, Ask Why

May 2, 2008

  Bangsar Lutheran Church (BLC) and Hilslearning is hosting an information session to create a greater awareness and understanding regarding those whom learn differently or have difficulties especially children. Holistic Approach to Neuro Development & Learning Efficiency (HANDLE) provides an effective, non-drug alternative for identifying and treating most neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan including individuals […]

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