Addressing Socio-Emotional Ethical Learning – Why it Matters

This week’s Professional Development session is aimed at understanding ‘Educating the heart, the body and the mind’.

Join us this Saturday at 2:30 pm for our session on Socio-Emotional Ethical Learning to explore simple tools and techniques that can be easily incorporated in our classrooms.

Addressing Socio-Emotional Ethical Learning – Why it Matters

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Oct 08 2022


2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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The Game of Bridge Programme

Bridge is a mind sport that stimulates both the left and right sides of the brain. Playing bridge improves your skills in concentration, communication, logic, imagination, lateral thinking, mathematics, memory, patience, multitasking, visualization, and psychology.   Learning Bridge is also linked with improved academic performance. There was one study done in America which links increased test scores in children with playing Bridge.

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Let us hear from players across the globe why you should play Bridge -

A study released by the College of Medicine of Yeshiva University found "Playing chess, bridge or a musical instrument significantly lowers the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, according to the most comprehensive study to examine the benefits of challenging intellectual activity among the elderly."