Singapore-based, banker-turned-educator, Amita Menon, is on a mission to make learning fun and creative for children. After spending sixteen years in the world of banking, her love for teaching eventually led her to set up a learning centre in Singapore. She speaks to Creative Sparq about her intent to get “children to love education and get them to think differently, creatively and learn to apply their knowledge in real life.”
Shefali Manilal operates at the intersection of psychology, education and multicultural management. She speaks to Creative Sparq about the plasticity of the brain, the ability of students to develop smartness through hard work and challenge, the trend towards differentiated instruction in schools and the books that all parents should read to help foster a creative mindset in their children.