If your primary school child is struggling in Mathematics (ie. if your child is in P4, 5 or 6 in 2020), consider attending a 1-hour talk by me on 27th October 2019 (Sunday). Since my tuition centre is small, the talk limited to 10 persons only. So if you are interested in attending this talk, please WhatsApp/Message me at 97739441.

School Assembly Talks
Talk At A Neighbourhood Primary School
Shaheed Salim has started giving free assembly talks to primary schools. The first talk is entitled If I Can Become A Writer, So Can You! It is the story of how Shaheed Salim mastered the art of writing. He hopes the story of his transformation from a non-writer to a writer can inspire listeners to make writing a daily habit in their lives. Providing insights on the milestones and trials in the mastery of writing skills, this talk is meaningful and beneficial to both children and adults.

Should you be interested in having an assembly talk with the same or customized title, do contact Shaheed Salim:

Other Types Of Talks
To parents and teachers who would like to gain new insights on how to help weak learners in Math, do attend the above talk. The points shared apply to students who are even struggling at the Secondary level. Well, if you are wondering why your child is struggling in Math, the talk will explain clearly what the problem is and how you should approach the teaching of weak learners in Math. 
Note: This is not a marketing gimmick. Parents who have attended the previous talk sincerely claim that it has helped them.
Talk 1
Venue: Singapore Learner
Blk 644 Bukit Batok Central, 01-68, Singapore 650644
Date/Day: 25 November 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 5.45 pm to 7.00 pm
Talk 2
Venue: The Education Experts
Blk 825 Tampines St 81, 01-48, Singapore 520825
Date/Day: 26 November 2017 (Sunday)
Time: 5.45 pm to 7.00 pm

Feedback from attendees on talk held on 25th Nov 2017 (Bukit Batok)
(1) Mrs Foo: Interesting. (Talk) benefits parents about the breakthrough mindset." 
(2) Aishah: "An eye opener. Makes me reflect about my own 'attitude' towards my child's learning...I will definitely recommend others to attend the talk so that they are able to understand the child's challenges...Please carry on having such that (parent and child) realise that there is still hope!"
(3) Aleake: "Very enlightening and captivating! I want my children for tuition under your guidance."
(4) Ariff: "Insightful and interesting!"
(5) Agos: "Very useful. An eye-opener. Many useful tips on understanding and guiding a child who is weak in Math. Please continue to provide such useful talks. Help Mendaki break the psychological Math barrier."
(6)Mrs Nachier: "Quite eye opening...contains substance and researched findings."