“Learning How To Learn” Skills – Critical Skills For A Child To Be An Independent Learner

A common question that parents of often ask is “How can I help my child and help them be ready for school?” Here at AP, apart from preparing a child for school, we believe that it is more important for them to enjoy the learning process, so that we can help develop them to be independent learners.
Acquiring “Learning How To Learn” skills, such as being able to wait and paying attention, are pivotal in a child’s success in school. When a child struggles to learn basic or advanced concepts, it is often because the child is lacking these fundamental skills. With good “Learning How To Learn” skills, children can be independent learners and enjoy their learning process. Learn more about preparing a child with Autism for school using ABA with Ms. Edith Koh (B.Sc. Psy), our Case Supervisor, at our upcoming Conference on Nov 9th (Saturday) at the York Hotel, Singapore. ————————————————————–
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Ms. Edith Kho B.Sc. Psy, Case Supervisor
Edith Kho holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Sydney, Australia. She started working with children as a Behavior Therapist with Autism Partnership Singapore in 2012. Her role includes working on communication, cognitive, play, social, self-help and other functional skills with children in one-on-one setting.She also run programs in social group setting to teach children social skills as well as develop confidence and interest in communicating with peers.Additionally, Edith has been providing shadow-aide support for children in mainstream schools to help children acquire monumental school readiness. She also conducts parent training supervision. In 2017, Edith was promoted to Program Supervisor and has since been active in presenting talks to the local community, creating awareness for Autism.Presently as a Case Supervisor, Edith oversees The Mandarin Overseas Accelerate Program in Singapore. She works closely with the consultants to design individualized curriculum for the children as well as conducts parent training supervision. Edith also been active in presenting talks to the local community, in raising awareness for Autism.

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