Monthly Archives: January 2016

Talks on Nurturing Your Child potential & Talent/培养您孩子的潜能与才能讲座

nurturing child talent

We are organizing another talks on this topics due to many request and those who have missed our talks. Be sure to sign up for the talks. The venue and talks synopsis are as follows:


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Most parents don’t know the importance of teaching their child as much as possible during the age of 0-6 years old, we emphasize active learning. This is because your child has the super ability to absorb knowledge at the rate of 150 times more than the adult. We encourage parents to teach more complex learning rather than the usual ABC’s which we normally think is sufficient for our child.


Come to our talks and learn more of your child ability. As your child aged, the ability will diminish as in accordance to the “Law of  Diminishing Ability”.(by Prof. Makoto Shichida)

欢迎来参加我们的讲座和了解更多的关于如何培养孩子的潜能与才能。如按照 [才能递减法则理论] 随着孩子年龄的增长,资质的进展会急速减。(取自七田真教授书

Who should attend/谁可以参加

  • Parent with children between 0-6 years old/家中有0-6岁的小孩
  • Future parents/将成为父母的夫妻
  • Teachers/老师
  • Grandparents with grandchildren/祖父母帮忙照顾孙子的
  • Anyone who is interested to know/任何人有兴趣深入了解
  1. Please note that you are NOT allowed to bring your children for this talks.请注意此讲座是不建议您带孩子出席。
  2. All participant for this talks must sign up for the talks as space are limited. Seating will be reserve to those who sign up.因座位有限,所有出席者必须上网报名。座位将优先保留给已报名的人。

Time & Date/时间和日期:

Date/日期 :  17th January 2016 /2016年1月17日,星期日

Chinese/中文 : 10:00am – 11:00am

English /英文 :  1:00pm – 2:00pm

Venue/地点: Ishesh Learning Center, 35-2 Jalan Tasik Utama 4, Lakefields. Sungai Besi.Kuala Lumpur.

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Speaker Profile/主讲人简介

The brainchild behind this program is from Ms.Chin Jia Ming who is a trained Medical Doctor from the University Malaya and obtained Post Graduate Diploma for Health Psychology from the University Kebangsaan Malaysia. She studied in Yuk Hua Chinese school, Kajang and is a top student scoring straight A’s during .

She had also volunteer to help other by participating in the BGF telephone counselling unit.


She decided to quit medicine and be a stay at home mom so that she could nurture her child to be a better person. when she had her first child she read many books on parenting especially books written by Professor Shichida’s. Apart from that her interest on parenting grew to other books published by early childhood education GURU’s like Montessori, Glenn Doman and much more. She dedicate most of her time making DIY training material for home practice with her child and also helping other parent with her ideas. she is the person who truly understand the right ways of training and is capable to train your child and parents in this center.


She have been invited to the Shichida method to share her ideas on parenting and home practise. she is also the founder of the parents sharing groups (Share a little sunshine) and  isheshparenting.blogspot on sharing ideas and tips for home practice.


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Child Development and Early Learning



Child development refers to the changes that occur as a child grows and develops in relation to being physically healthy, mentally alert, emotionally sound, socially competent and ready to learn.

The first five years of a child’s life are fundamentally important. They are the foundation that shapes children’s future health, happiness, growth, development and learning achievement at school, in the family and community, and in life in general.

Recent research confirms that the first five years are particularly important for the development of the child’s brain, and the first three years are the most critical in shaping the child’s brain architecture. Early experiences provide the base for the brain’s organizational development and functioning throughout life. They have a direct impact on how children develop learning skills as well as social and emotional abilities.

Children learn more quickly during their early years than at any other time in life. They need love and nurturing to develop a sense of trust and security that turns into confidence as they grow.

Babies and young children grow, learn and develop rapidly when they receive love and affection, attention, encouragement and mental stimulation, as well as nutritious meals and good health care.

Understanding the stages of child development helps parents know what to expect and how to best support the child as she or he grows and develops.

In many settings, early childhood programmes support parents and their children from infancy through age 8, which includes the important transition from home to school.

All children have the right to be raised in a family and to have access to quality health care, good nutrition, education, play and protection from harm, abuse and discrimination. Children have the right to grow up in an environment in which they are enabled to reach their full potential in life.

It is the duty of parents, other caregivers and family members, communities, civil society and governments to ensure that these rights are respected, protected and fulfilled.

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