This month, we share with you blogger mummy, Cherry’s experience with Eye Level Singapore 🙂
Here is an excerpt from her blog, Sweet Memoirs, on how Eye Level has developed the confidence of her boy who is currently in K2:
“I have never seen G doing some number problems before ever so confidently and enthusiastically until he started his lessons at Eye Level. Every time we come back from his lessons, he would ask me to set the timer for him while he works on his assignment to be submitted on the next session. “Please turn on the timer for me, mom. See how I can finish it very fast”, he’d proudly declare.”
Find out what else she said about Eye Level by visiting her blog, Sweet Memoirs, today!
Eye Level Basic Thinking Math enables students to complete the foundation of mathematics and covers the following study areas: Numbers, Arithmetic, Measurement, and Equations.
Eye Level Critical Thinking Math enables students to develop depth perception, problem solving, reasoning skills, and covers the following study areas: Patterns and Relationships, Geometry, Measurement, Problem Solving, and Reasoning.
The Eye Level Math Online is designed for our level 5 to 12 students. It brings a new positive dimension to developing strong Math Skills in them.
– Mastery learning with Basic Thinking Math repetition
– Maximization of motivation by online program
– Maximization of learning effect by using auto
scoring and instant feedback system
– Arithmetic game activity
– Easy access on accumulated records
– Simultaneous learning of Basic Thinking Math & Critical Thinking Math
– Learning of new concepts
– Improvement of problem solving skill with various
– Well systemized assessment
The Eye Level Awards Ceremony (ELAC) 2017 celebrates the achievement of our students who have performed well at the recent Eye Level Math Olympiad, as well as the Illustration and Writing competitions.
Critical thinkers – these are people that our nation wants to nurture, companies want to hire, and parents want their children to become. With the term bounced around so often, it is no wonder that progressive enrichment organisations are starting to adopt “Critical Thinking” as part of their regular programmes.
Often confused with a “CREATIVE thinker”, a critical thinker leverages on experience, observation, reflection and/or communication to derive at a set of heuristics (i.e. a process or method). While the creative thinker aims to derive an original/fresh solution, the process or method of thinking the critical thinker uses is often situational and relevant to the question at hand, and would thus allow the decision maker to derive at a logical solution.
Importance of Critical Thinking
Critical thinking is an important skill to have as the modern world progresses. According to a research by Hong Kong University (HKU), critical thinking is critical (pardon the pun) because:
It is relevant for whichever profession we choose
It allows us to understand information and technology in order to make quick and effective decisions in the global knowledge economy
It ensures that creative solutions are relevant to the problem at hand
It is important for self-evaluation and reflection so that we may live a meaningful and structure life
It is the foundation of science and democracy
So, do we need it?
Short answer – YES! This is especially true in the context of Singapore where we are often thought of as being book smart and not street smart. As such, critical thinking will not only break the notion that the Singapore education system is all about rote learning, it will also allow us to tap on the knowledge that we have learnt and apply it rationally in a variety of settings. This makes us effective individuals and contributors of our society.
Eye Level focuses on building each student’s foundation in Math and English, as well as helping students gain Self Confidence, Interest in Learning, and develops a child’s Critical Thinking and Analytical skills.
Eye Level programmes are inter-related. Only through the mastery of basic foundational skills can the student then advance to more complex skills. This improves the child’s speed and accuracy when dealing with complex questions. It will also develop his Self-Directed Learning ability, independence as we as time management.
At Eye Level, we respect children’s views and dreams, rather than impose rules and thoughts from adults upon them. We consider each child’s individuality and ability, and we encourage children to be the leaders of their own learning. Since each child grows at his or her eye level, we guide students to become those who learn and think for themselves, similar to the benefit of teaching people how to catch a fish, instead of catching the fish for them.
We expect our students to be proactive learners, so they get motivated to study, plan strategies at their eye level, and implement the plans using good time management. Our Instructors provide a better learning environment and external motivation so that the student keeps on studying. They also help the student to set a goal and provide guidance towards achieving the goal.
Visit our new Eye Level @ West Coast Plaza Learning Centre to find out more.
Eye Level @ West Coast Plaza
154 West Coast Road
#02-52/53, West Coast Plaza
Contact : 9739 4448
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Centre Manager : Ms Jenny Wang