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Learning Vision highlights importance of soft-skills by getting kids to take on adult jobs for a day


By Taruka Srivastav, Reporter

September 3, 2019 | 2 min read

Learning Vision, the providers of corporate-sponsored preschools in Singapore, has rolled out a campaign highlighting the importance of the development of soft-skills among children.

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School kids take over adult jobs to highlight the importance of soft-skills in Learn Vision's rebranding campaign

The campaign, which is part of its rebranding effort showcases children taking over the job of adults for a day by being a chef, museum guide, TV reporter where they efficiently interact with other people on various topics.

June Rusdon, chief executive officer, Busy Bees Asia said: "With our rebranded vision, our curriculum focuses on imparting the adaptive skills needed for the future economy, with an emphasis on soft-skills development which we celebrate as the key to nurturing disruptors, leaders and innovators of society."

Julia Teo, deputy director of operations, Busy Bees Asia added: “Facilitators are equipped with the skills to help people move through a process to achieve a desired outcome without any intervention. When teachers play the role of a facilitator in the classroom, we aren’t there to give opinions or control activities but rather to draw out ideas from learners to let the spirits of creativity and innovation shine."

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