Learning with Educational Technology
It is common knowledge that learning styles can be classified into kinesthetic, auditory or visual. Through multimedia, we tap into the strengths of technology to deliver lessons that meet the different learning styles of our students. We engaged the students’ attention naturally through the animated images and sounds, along with supporting activities to accomplish the learning objectives in each lesson.

Why do we embark on multimedia learning alongside traditional text and worksheets? Because the multimedia platform provides access to limitless resources for teaching and learning – teachers are no longer confined to textbooks as vast amounts of knowledge and teaching ideas can be tapped and utilized to enhance the delivery of the lessons.




You Can Do It! (YCDI)
It is not enough to equip our students with skills and strategies to help them achieve life’s goals and attain fulfillment; they need to develop a set of strong character values to guide and sustain them through challenges. Pro-Teach’s You Can Do It programme is designed to develop a specific set of positive traits that will strengthen their character and promote a strong sense of positive emotional well-being.

YCDI is designed to cultivate a positive mindset for academic achievement and eliminate negative mindset for social-emotional development. It helps develop 5 key foundations (Confidence, Persistence, Getting Along, Organisation and Emotional Resilience) of a positive mindset for achievement and social-emotional well-being.

The program was developed by Michael E. Bernard, Ph.D., Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne. He is the author of over 50 books, numerous book chapters and research articles concerning children's achievement, mental health, parent education and teacher effectiveness.

He specialises in the use of rational emotive behaviour therapy with school-age children having a variety of developmental challenges. For many years he worked as a consultant psychologist to schools and mental health authorities. He has developed an array of YCDI Education resources that are being used around the world to develop the personal capabilities of young people that support learning and positive mental health.


Our English materials consist of systematic instructions to build a strong foundation of grammar and vocabulary. They proceed from the word level (phonics development and nouns) to phrases, then to sentence level grammar before proceeding to simple texts and then towards a higher standard of comprehension.

We give particular focus on the productive skills such as speaking, writing and representing so that meanings can be created and communicated coherently. At Primary 1 level, the foundation of language is strengthened through the development of phonemic awareness, phonics and basic literacy skills. As the child progresses, their language development is followed by building up their vocabulary and grammar knowledge, supported by a variety of non-print activities (off the usual curriculum time) to emphasise and strengthen their language skills.


In line with the Ministry of Education’s Mathematics Syllabus, our lessons improve and develop the child’s intellectual competence in reasoning, spatial visualization analysis and abstract thought.

The Mathematics series provides a solid foundation for academic excellence and success in school tests and exams. The activities are developmentally sequenced to help the students solve problems from the basic to the more complex problems. Where possible, multiple presentations of concepts and solutions are offered to meet the needs of students with varying learning styles.  

The right approach to solving math problems and the method of solution (working steps) is given great emphasis to ensure our children have a clear understanding of math concepts so that they can excel in their exams. Standard components of the Mathematics curriculum include topical and term tests, 
e-learning practices and mock exam papers to prepare children for their school examination.

At the upper primary level, model methods are comprehensively taught to the students. The Model Method remain the singularly most effective tool for handling complex P6 word problems, as well as understanding the concepts required to solve them. Model Method instructions in Pro-Teach are imparted by Aden Gan, a top instructor in The Model Method, who has published two popular books (Maths Model Methods and More Model Methods & Advanced Strategies for P5 and P6, EPH)


In Pro-Teach, educational technology is used as a means to stimulate interest in science, along with conventional approaches to science teaching. The use of educational technology overcomes the constraints of traditional written materials by including audio and visual stimulations in the lesson delivery. For example, students get to see the animated process of photosynthesis, human blood circulation as well as the water cycle, bringing their understanding to a level no textbook can achieve.

With the use of animations, abstract concepts are made more comprehensible and enjoyable for the students. The use of sounds in conjunction with the animation ensures that auditory learners are kept constantly engaged within the lessons.

Concept maps are also extensively used in our classes. Once the basic science concepts are assimilated, concept mapping activities will help students to interrelate all the concepts and develop a global understanding of the particular topic.

Chinese and Creative Writing

The teaching of Chinese is offered in our student care tuition programme. Additionally, we offer Hanyu Pinyin and creative writing as enrichment classes.