Harness the Power of Movement to
Improve Attention & Learning
3rd June 2021, Thursday
8:30pm to 9:30pm (Singapore Time)
Our physical body and how we move are often only associated with sporting skills and performance. People do not usually think of the body as having anything to do with cognitive intelligence or performance but recent research indicates that there may be more to it than what we think.
Our body and its senses are feeding a tremendous amount of information into our brain constantly. These inputs can affect our perception of our world and influence our behaviors, including our ability to pay attention and learn. Our body senses also have a significant impact on our ability to learn and perform in a spatial subject like Math.
Gain the latest neuroscientific and parenting insights on how to nurture and exploit the intelligence and capabilities in our physical body to elevate attention span, learning and Math.
Attend this webinar to:
- Uncover the connection between physical abilities and cognitive performance
- Understand how improving our body sense can impact Math scores
- Take home research-based strategies and exercises to help strengthen attention and learning through building our physical abilities
Ms Cheryl Chia, Founder and Director, BrainFit®
With more than 20 years’ experience in brain fitness training, Ms Cheryl Chia is an accomplished physiotherapist, who is also the founder of BrainFit, an entity that specialises in scientific brain fitness training. Cheryl holds a Master Degree in Physiotherapy Studies from the University of Queensland, Australia. She was awarded a full scholarship from KK Hospital, Singapore and was also the overall coordinator for paediatric neurology physiotherapy there. She has lectured in Nanyang Polytechnic and is a much sought-after speaker, including at events organised by MediaCorp, the Child Guidance Clinic, schools and international brain-based learning conferences. She is a frequent invited guest on Parenting Made Easy Radio 93.8, where she shares her expertise on brain fitness to help parents raise smarter and more resilient children. Cheryl is also an author and a mother to two young girls.