We can sometimes observe how our children study at their desks. While studying or doing tuition centre homework, they may be staring blankly at their work. They may start doodling on their Math tuition papers, or fiddle around with their stationaries…
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Last week, we discussed how parents can look out for stress symptoms in their child. This week, we will discuss tips on how to manage stress. It is imperative to know how to deal with stress; poor management may snowball into mental health conditions like anxiety. In an academics-driven and prevalent tuition centre culture in Singapore, it is no surprise that such conditions have increased over the years. To encourage cultivating stress-management habits, we have come up with the easy-to-remember acronym RELAX…
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Heavy Technology Usage – a distraction from learning
“Mommy! Mommy! Let me play my games for a few more minutes please!”
Does this sound like a familiar situation? Your child can spend hours unperturbed on his or her phone but when it comes to studies, he or she always needs a push.
The Future of Singapore’s Tuition Centre Industry
With Covid-19 in Singapore being unexpectedly thrust upon us a few months back, we have since witnessed a number of tuition centres bringing their lessons online, mostly out of lack of choice. Parents may have rejoiced or decried at such a move, citing the benefits and disadvantages of e-learning for their child.