Methodology - Creating Champions

Everyone is born a genius!

Author/Trainer, Jalynn Yokairei's teaching methodology can be aptly summed up in an observation by Dr Howard Earl Gardner, an American development psychologist: "Anything that is worth teaching can be presented in many different ways. These multiple ways can make use of our multiple intelligences."

According to Dr Gardner, students possess different kinds of intelligences (as illustrated on the left) and so, they learn, remember, perform, and understand in different ways. In other words, every student is a diamond in-the-making; he/she has the innate potential that allows him/her to be positively shaped and moulded.

Author/Trainer, Jalynn's approach to English creative writing, therefore, lies in her design of course materials and products to appeal to and draw out the strength of students' intelligences, so that learning can be a fun and fulfilling process.

Does your child possess one or more of these intelligences?

Existential: good with philosophy
Verbal/linguistic: good with words
Bodily/kenesthetic: good at action, movement and sports
Musical/Rhythmic: good with music, tone and rhythm
Logical/mathematical: good with numbers and math
Naturalist: good at appreciating the world and nature
Visual/spatial: good with art and design
Intrapersonal: good at self-reflection
Interpersonal: good at communicating with others