Gweneth Rehnborg

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Why a good tutor improves a child’s mindset, not their grades
How to cut through the chatter and cultivate your child’s most important qualities

<p>Raising healthy, optimistic children and setting them on a path to a successful and happy adulthood is relatively simple, not rocket science</p>

 

16 Feb 2016 - 6:01AM

<p>Raising healthy, optimistic children and setting them on a path to a successful and happy adulthood is relatively simple, not rocket science</p>

 

How to cut through the chatter and cultivate your child’s most important qualities
‘Benign neglect’: giving kids the scope to learn, make mistakes and grow
Religion in Hong Kong schools: teach it, don’t preach it

Understanding history is impossible without an understanding of the religious traditions that helped shape the world

23 Nov 2015 - 7:30PM

Understanding history is impossible without an understanding of the religious traditions that helped shape the world

Religion in Hong Kong schools: teach it, don’t preach it
Let children play musical instruments, their way
Why we find it hard to be straight with our kids about money

Candid conversations about money are an opportunity to instil family values and cultivate positive traits such as generosity, patience and perseverance.

10 Aug 2015 - 11:18PM

Candid conversations about money are an opportunity to instil family values and cultivate positive traits such as generosity, patience and perseverance.

Why we find it hard to be straight with our kids about money
Why audiobooks are good for multitaskers, travellers and young readers

The audiobook business is gaining a foothold in the traditional book industry.

19 May 2015 - 6:03AM

The audiobook business is gaining a foothold in the traditional book industry.

Why audiobooks are good for multitaskers, travellers and young readers
Imagination just as important for children as books

"I don't have any [imagination]," I used to tell my mother. But the truth is, my childhood was replete with unstructured time and full of imaginative play. However, for this generation of students, that answer might just be true. They are intensely scheduled, pressured and expected to excel in all areas of life except free time.

24 Feb 2015 - 10:15AM

"I don't have any [imagination]," I used to tell my mother. But the truth is, my childhood was replete with unstructured time and full of imaginative play. However, for this generation of students, that answer might just be true. They are intensely scheduled, pressured and expected to excel in all areas of life except free time.

Imagination just as important for children as books
How authors can make books come alive for Hong Kong readers young and old
Young readers benefit from a curated selection of books
Steer youngsters to adopt healthy tech habits