We finally come to the top of our list of Top 15 Learning Resources of 2015.
And #1 should come as no surprise because I know you have likely used or at least visited some of these. Yes, we are talking about Facebook Groups on primary and secondary school learning.
Why I love these groups is primarily because of the number of engagement and participation from fellow parents. As many are keen to help as there are who needed some. Sometimes, I see some every talented tutors and centres featured in these groups too, and I believe what they are offering will be useful to some parents.
Also noteworthy to mention are some of the administrators of these groups. A few have been over-zealous in banning members (lol, but they are just doing their jobs) while some, like John Low and Kai Meng, have been extremely friendly and accommodating to me for the sharing of my articles to their groups.
Of the many groups, my personal favourites are the PSLE groups, particularly the one of the PSLE year. In 2016, it would be the PSLE Parents 2016 group. But PSLE Parents - 2015 (they now cater to Secondary 1 parents) and PSLE Parents - 2017 are also worth your time to visit.
I like to mention 2 more groups.
The first is very useful if your Primary school child needs help in maths. Kai Meng's Kainetik Mathematics frequently shares unbelievable techniques in solving maths questions using his unique method of modelling.
The second is Learning Journey With Our Children. Yes, it's my group, and I'm proud to share it. If you are a parent who needs some parental tips or assistance to help your child learn better, you are welcome to peruse and post there. If you are a tutor or centre owner who wants to advertise your services, feel free to use the group as well. In fact, if you just needed a bit of motivation or inspiration in your life, this is the group for you.
For all the friendly parents, administrators and engagement, the Facebook Groups are LearnSuperMart's #1 Learning Resource of 2015!
Until the end of the year, I wish you all the best for 2016!
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