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By: dolphin (offline)  Sunday, May 04 2008 @ 08:55 PM CDT (Read 968 times)  
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Dear parents and students

Have you or your children attended any motivational and mind development courses? Please share your thoughts, eg change in attitude towards studies or improvement in results, other positive gains ........ after attending these courses.

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By: paelab8 (offline)  Wednesday, July 02 2008 @ 01:18 AM CDT  
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Hi,

My kids don't attend such course but my sister's teaching in one of the centres.She said it does help those who are not motivated.The course helps them to think faster and have a positive attitude.She see results in them.They've a way to teach Maths and spelling.......

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By: Strawberry (offline)  Sunday, February 22 2009 @ 12:02 AM CST  
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Hi,

I feel that sending children for such courses may help them in their mind development. Not only they will be able to learn some innovative tactics to deal with their study, it able to help them to retain their attention span in classroom style.

As for motivation, there are a few ways to deal with. (some tips that you can do at home)

- teach them to recite affirmation such as " I am (subject) Genius"
- lead them to visualization technique during their sleep. whisper the visualization script into their ears during their sleep.
- do up a reward chart at home, reward them with stickers or affirmative statement under their slot. It helps to boost their confidence level.

For e.g. your child helps you to carry some bags. You can write down.
- I am so happy that you help me. Thank you.
- Your help make my day. love you.

Children love to receive such acknowledgment.

For more information, you can get to find such relevant books in National Library. - they usually categories them as self-help, parenting and teaching.

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