In Pre-School years of a child, the development of recognition skills is of key importance, for example, the ability to recognise words and sounds. The period of Primary School education is the most fertile time frame for the development of analytical skills. This period of learning lays the foundation for Secondary and post-Secondary, as well as differentiate the high-ability learners from the rest.

More often than not, educators at Neu Learning Tuition Centre find that the root of inability to understand more complex problems lies in the inaccuracies of students’ observations when establishing interconnections as well as prior misconceptions established earlier on in the Primary School. For some students, it is sometimes difficult to undo the deep mis-connections and mis-conceptions within a short period of time. We think that there may be a need to change the way concepts are learnt in Primary Schools.

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