With so much more evidence on brain development available in today’s society, are we allowing our kids to develop at their absolute best?
We know how much pressure kids face during their school years. While we try to guide them without judgement and with every ounce of support we have, it’s the limits they set on themselves that often cause the most distress.
But what if we could do something to help them achieve these goals? Something like exploring new methods of learning, like the Heguru Method.
Following extensive practical research in Japan, the Heguru Method has cultivated an educational programme which helps to harness a child’s real potential. The method uses both sides of the brain to maximise learning power.
Families in Japan have been benefiting from this thought process for over 30 years, and now thanks to Heguru Method @ Fusionopolis, Singapore families can too.
Using the right and left sides of our brains
The right side of the brain works with images – a bit like having a photographic memory. It processes large amounts of information at a faster pace.
Meanwhile, the left side of the brain deals with single bits of data individually at a much slower pace.
We use the left side of the brain on a daily basis, but Heguru says it’s access to the right side of the brain that can open up a genius in children.
Sounds interesting, right?
This would sound like a exciting proposition to any parent. We want our children to do the best they can in life.
Could we better prepare our children by giving them the opportunity to access their whole brain during early development? And would this make them more intelligent?
This is definitely something worth exploring!
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