John Langrehr Thinking Program - Community Thread

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John Langrehr Thinking Program - Community Thread

Postby evelynseet » Thu May 21, 2009 7:16 pm

Hi, anyone of u had enrol their kids to John Langrehr Thinking Program?? Is this program useful?? :?

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Postby raeshaecheong » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:35 pm

Anyone? I am considering this too.

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Postby JanJan » Fri Sep 24, 2010 5:38 pm

I have seen their programme in my girl's preschool before. It look's quite interesting.
Another place that runs similar programme is Fastrackids.

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Postby BEST » Mon Sep 27, 2010 12:01 pm

Hi, I have enrol my son to his John Langer this term in his Kindergarten. So far, my son had attened 2 lessons. He seems to be very happy everytime after the class, and he seems to look forward to the next lesson.

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Postby poohcutie » Sun Mar 20, 2011 11:06 pm

hi

im keen to know more on this programme, however, this programme seems like only available in kindergartens ..

Best, which kindergarten is yr child with??

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Postby laughingcat » Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:45 am

BEST wrote:Hi, I have enrol my son to his John Langer this term in his Kindergarten. So far, my son had attened 2 lessons. He seems to be very happy everytime after the class, and he seems to look forward to the next lesson.


Can share more explicitly? :wink: It will be more helpful for parents to gauge.

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Re: John Langrehr Thinking Program

Postby 2 prince » Wed May 18, 2011 12:47 pm

Hi,
My son attended this programme in his kindergarten every wednesday for 8 lessons already.Initially,wanted to stop after the last lesson but my son told me he wants to continue so will let him continue till the programmes ends.

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Re: John Langrehr Thinking Program

Postby phtthp » Mon May 23, 2011 1:38 am

Newton kindergarten, Barker road church kindergarten, Magdalene catholic kindergarten ... offer JLTP enrichment programme.

here is a short write up, given by JLTP:-
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have you thought about what job opportunites will there be in yr 2030 ?
the yr when yr child will be stepping into the society, beginning his first job ?

in the next 30 yrs, more people will be graduating from university . So, what will be the skills that will be highly sought after or greatly demanded in yr 2030 ?

JLTP aims to help young children develop and cultivate their foundation in the areas of Creative and Critical thinking. JLTP has its own special interactive and multimedia methodolgies tailored to such young kids. With these skills well trained, kids are able to expand knowledge and show their true intellectual potential.

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Re: John Langrehr Thinking Program

Postby Bluebell99 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:36 pm

I am evaluating this program because my son's kindergarten starts to offer this program at K1. It looks very interesting but I am not sure why this program has widely been adopted in Singapore, but not in other countries, like USA. I am sure this should be very useful to adults but I am not very sure if it will confuze child at age of 4...anyone has any insight into this?

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