If you ignore the occasional marketing pitch for MindChamps Pre-school and barbs against the flashcard memory training proposed by Glenn Doman, Shichida, Tweedlewink, and other baby education methodologies, a lot of what she says do make sense. The value of unstructured toddler play is not to be under-estimated, and she is a strong proponent of early preschool education which focuses of fostering EQ in children through play, instead of "drilling" academic or encyclopedic knowledge. In the year 2030, do we want to have a nation of robots, or do we want Singapore to be run by creative problem-solvers that can adapt to any situation? That was the pragmatic question she threw to the floor.
Definitely worth a look-see. Especially when she tries to say the term "kia-suuu".