In the initial exploration, the research set out to find answers to the following questions:
Is Brighter Minds as a ‘package of interventions’ effective? What additional changes are observed in children going through the program? Is the program efficient?
So, now that we have ample evidence of how a positive and loving environment is the key to enhance positive learning and development of a child, how do we provide this environment to our children?
We would all agree that learning has a lot to do with our brain, one important organ that not only helps us learn but is also responsible for molding our personality as a result of that learning.
In this article, the author brings together perspectives and insights about the needs of growing children in their formative years. He also throws light on emerging evidence in the field of Neurosciences, its possible implications for parents and teachers to facilitate a holistic child development and today’s research needs to bridge the gaps.