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One of the powerful uses of TinyTap is for the learners to create a game as part of their learning process. One of my first few ideas which was tried with a class of preschooler has been made into this … Continue reading
Spent the evening at a casual, intimate and very stimulating conversation about the practice of community art facilitated by Janet Pillai and Jeffrey Tan. The group comprised artists as well as art administrators from NAC. After listing the problems faced … Continue reading
I met this boy in one of my art tours and he was walking right in front of the queue with his class. While walking as a class, he got rather annoyed when his friend cut his queue. As he … Continue reading
The wrap-up celebration of the pilot art residency at nursing homes – an exhibition at Raffles City which opened today. It was graced by President Halimah. I am glad to meet Aunty Joan, Aunty Kwan, Mercy and Laurice again. Aunty … Continue reading
This is probably one of the fastest I have ever been in creating a new TinyTap resource. Here’s my retelling of the famous fairy tale Nightingale. http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g2nts/play/nightingale The text was written in rhyme (call me crazy) and then I created … Continue reading
Imagine bespoke programs that will engage a senior with dementia or draw an isolated senior to be out engaging in the community. Empower Ageing, a registered charity, is prototyping personalized outings for seniors with dementia changing the way how … Continue reading