Location: The Meeting Point, one-north
Date: 2 October 2019
Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Institution: National Institute of Education, NTU


The Brown Bag Series is a lunch and learn series by HeadHunt, which aims to inspire working professionals to learn new skills and gain competencies to level up their careers . In the 4th run of the Brown Bag Series, HeadHunt will be holding 6 Brown Bag sessions across 3 locations: Science Park (Bridge+), Alexandra Technopark as well as one-north (The Meeting Point).

In this Brown Bag @ one-north Series, National Institute of Education (NIE) shared in the 2-part lunch and learn event in one-north on 2nd October 2019, Wednesday, where Dr Rebecca Chan covered on the topic of How do Young Children Learn?, followed by Professional Support for Parents and Children by Mr. Bernard Mackenzie.

Session 1 – How do Young Children Learn?

Dr Rebecca Chan
Lecturer, Early Childhood & Special Needs Education
National Institute of Education

To connect with young children we need to understand how they process information through analogical thought processes as well as building on their prior knowledge to meaningfully engage with them to elicit change of behaviour in some way.

Session 2 – Professional Support for Parents and Children

Mr. Bernard Mackenzie
Psychological Studies, NIE

Community resources to support parents and children.

Join our live streaming event on Facebook on 2nd October at 12:00pm to find out more!