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2020 – a personal review of the goDiscover family

Nightmare, unfair, unpredictable, strange, evolving – these were the words used by our goDiscover family to describe the year 2020 in one word. Just like the others, we dealt with unprecedented challenges, worries and conflicts too. For instance, concerns about elderly parents health, closed schools, fear of job loss, and the overall economic situation. All …

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Teaching and learning for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) exhibit repetitive behaviours. They also have difficulty with communication and social interaction. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 169 children have ASD. It is possible to diagnose ASDs by the age of 2. While some people can live independently with ASD, others require lifelong support and …

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Cognitive skills in children -It’s ‘what’ and ‘when’

What is cognitive skill? Well, apart from the physical differences, what makes us human, has much to do with advanced cognitive skills. Cognitive skills include the ability to listen, read, understand, analyse, relate, remember, and therfore be able to create or have a personal point of view. In a nutshell, cognition is all about our …

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Listening to your child – A key factor that shapes their overall personality

How can I listen to my child? We get frustrated when someone interrupts us when we speak, dont’ we? Or when the person we are communicating with is constantly on their phone. It’s normal to feel this way. We get annoyed but we move on. Now imagine your child experiencing the same. They are too …

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7 Reasons why Listening is important for your child’s growth

Children are curious and inquisitive by nature. This is because they are like blank slates. The world is an ocean for them to be as curious and explore. In these formative years, it is essential to teach them how to listen more than anything else. Psychology suggests that listening properly is closely related to the …

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