Educational Kinesiology Symposium 2014 for Special Needs

28 March 2014, 9-5pm. 由言语治疗师, 物理治疗师, 药剂师, 儿童心理学家,有特殊孩子的家长,韵律动学导师,  触动学导师, 健脑操导师及顾问来研讨 如何有效的帮助特殊需求人士及孩童们的身心发展。(现场华语翻译) Speakers from Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia came together for a focused discussion from the perspectives of Speech Therapist Occupational Therapist, Pharmacist, Child Psychologist, Parents who have special needs adults, Rhythmic Movement Training International Instructor & Provider, Touch for Health® Instructor, Brain Gym® Instructor Read More

Morning Sharing at School

In line with the school initiative to include parents involvement in contributing to schools, Phoebe volunteered and introduced BrainGym movement and play today. The students were very participative and had a good session of brain exercise to prepare for their exam later. Read More

Cecilia Koester and Brain Gym for Special Needs Provider (Nov 2012)

Cecilia Koester, M.Ed, the founder of Movement Based Learning, is internationally known for her work with children and adults who have special needs. She has worked since 1979 with people of all abilities ‐ from typically functioning to those diagnosed with severe disabilities. In 1998, she published the provocative book, “I Am the Child: Using Read More

Visioncirc​les – Exploring the Developmen​tal Play Stages

Do you want to add movements in your Brain Gym tool box? Ever wonder why children need play? Ever wonder why play is so important in the developmental stages of a child? Come and find out more at the upcoming Visioncircles training which will provide the knowledge on the developmental stages through play in a Read More

Modern Family Challenges – 如何建立温暖的家《武自珍-台湾东海大学副教授》

你听过一个新名词 “直升机父母”吗?这是什么意思?是称赞21世纪的父母效率高超吗?“直升机父母”是说,今天的父母时时刻刻在孩子的上空盘旋,一看到孩子碰到难题,还在设法找答案的时候,父母就“紧急降落”,出手把困难解决了。

 

“直升机型”父母,对孩子的成长,是正面帮助吗?

现代父母对下一代,深深焦虑,担心孩子“输”在起跑点,因此安排了各式各样的课程:陶土班、音乐课、大自然观察……。

作父母的忧心孩子 “学得不够”,但是研究发现:最大的危机是——知识不等于智慧。 Read More

Edu-K In Depth – The Seven Dimensions of Learning & Intelligence

From the time of conception, a child’s nervous system goes through a series of specific stages of development. Personal, environmental, biochemical, structural, and/or academic stress can inhibit the effective completion of these key developmental processes. For adults, chronic stress or tension is one clue that developmental skills are incomplete. Edu-K balances create immediate and lasting Read More

Brain Gym Day at BLC – A Public Awareness Talk

Brain Gym: Alternative Support in Enhancing Learning and Self Esteem What is Brain Gym? Government agencies are sending people to learn about it. How can it help me in my studies and my work? What can help my special need child? If you wish to know more about it, don’t miss the opportunity to attend Read More

Message from Pn Ngiam to all schools and government education institutions

After retiring from my teaching career for 34 years and as a Penolong Kanan Pendidikan Khas at Government schools, I have discovered more and more ways to help our students. I hope that you will take the opportunity to attend some of the movement based learning programs to understand better why so many of our Read More

[Testimony] Our relatives noticed a lot of changes in her

My husband and I learned that our daughter has mild autism when she was 3 years old. Now she is 10 years old. When she was seven years old, we noticed that she was deteriorating in her lessons and had developed behavioural problems. We sought help from Phoebe of Breakthru Kids.  In three months, my Read More

April 2011 Brain Gym Course Available

Since the 1980s, the field of Educational Kinesiology (Edu-K)- the study of movement and its relationship to learning – has touched people of all ages and cultures. It demonstrates that, when the neuropathways for movement are fired, they activate and connect the whole brain in the synergistic way necessary for growth and change. In the Read More

US students stressed out: study

First-year students on US campuses are experiencing record levels of stress, according to a study showing increasing financial and academic pressures on young people entering university. By Agence France-Presse, 27 Jan 2011. The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) study, which surveyed 200,000 students entering their freshman year on American campuses last year, was released Read More

What Participant Says about Brain Gym 101 Course

Year 2011 Classes I especially liked applying the skills learned straightaway by working with partners to create balancing movements.  The instructor adopts a personal approach and is very knowledgeable.  I loved the snacks, too! Through self-reflection, I learned that I have more confidence now.  I am better able to change the way I think, feel Read More

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