Category Archives: Parent’s Guide

Double-Winged Learning

What Does Double-Winged Mean at Twin? At Twin Science, our quest is to create the change-makers of tomorrow through STEM education. Being double-winged means that children and individuals are: 1) equipped with STEM competencies and 2) develop social and emotional skills with a strong sense of social responsibility. By growing these two wings, kids will […]

Schooling: Is it “madness”?

transcript taken from Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE’s talk – details below Einstein’s definition of insanity, which is something like, you continue to do the same thing but expect different outcomes, for me, reflects the story of education over the last two hundred, or perhaps a hundred years. Why (and actually we need again to […]

Art in STEM Education

Enhancing STEM with the Power of the Arts You may have heard of STEM education before, right? Well, if you haven’t heard, STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Though not mentioned in the acronym, the Arts play an important role in a well-rounded STEM education. Adding the ‘A’ to STEM The addition of […]

How to manage the parent-teacher relationship?

How do you think it would be if you had to go to school with a mask on your face in your childhood? Probably most of you will answer this with a clear “No.”. Just like you imagine, kids can be sad and nervous about the new normal period. Making sure that they can get […]

Healthy Development Tips for Kids

Each kid has a unique personality and they all follow different journeys for learning. However, their developments are similar in some parts. They all walk first then run! We came up with several tips that fit every age group for you. Remember not to compare kids with one another. This might demotivate them for their […]

5 Effects of Sleep on Learning

A good sleep is the key to a better learning experience. A poor sleeping schedule may affect your kids’ growth in a highly negative way leading problems in attention span. Why should we care about our children’s sleeping schedule? What happens as a result of a poor sleep? Why is sleep so important to enhace […]

How to Improve Analytical Thinking

What is analytical thinking? It is a computer like way to solve analytical problems. Why should we think like computers? How can we foster our kids’ analytical thinking? We will look for answers to these questions in this blog. What is analytical thinking? Analytical thinking is built on 4 concepts: abstraction, pattern defining, decomposition and […]

6 Must-Have 21st Century Skills For Kids

Children are being prepared for jobs that do not exist yet. To help them get ready for their futures, we must provide them with the right skill set. According to many researchers and specialists, equipping children with 21st century skills will bear high importance for a child’s success in life and work. If you’re wonder […]

6 Must-Have 21st Century Skills For Kids

Children are being prepared for jobs that do not exist yet. To help them get ready for their futures, we must provide them with the right skill set. According to many researchers and specialists, equipping children with 21st century skills will bear high importance for a child’s success in life and work. If you’re wonder […]

How to Manage Screen Time for Kids

For years, pediatrics supported the idea that children should not be dealing with their computers or phones for more than 2 hours. With the strong integration of technology into our lives, these beliefs are about to change. Although these screens are a big part of kids’ learning, it is still an important responsibility of parents […]