I really regretted not being able to attend this event. Nevertheless, I’m happy that I saw on my SNS feeds that fellow mom bloggers were able to go. I am a strong believer of Progress Pre-school Gold’s advocay of multiple intelligence. It is true that one’s success does not solely depend on how high one’s academic grades are. There should be a balance and a mix of different attributes to make one a well-rounded individual.
“We continue to seek ways for parents and educators to recognize that developing multiple intelligence is just as relevant as academic performance, giving kids today the chance to develop their inherent skills in a motivated and well-rounded environment,” says Rhea Villareal, Senior Product Manager, Progress Pre-School GOLD.
“Multiple intelligence can spark multiple achievements – it is the edge that this new generation will have.”
Relating this to my lil girl’s performance in school, I’m a happy and proud mom when she graduated (I will do a separate post about her graduation) because she got awards in all categories and not just in academics. The only pupil in the graduating class to be able to achieve that. Sya na 🙂
And I think it’s largely because she was exposed to the world. Without really being very intentional about it, her travels and activities (sports, arts, music) helped her interact with her peers and the people around and older than her. These experiences then made her perform better in school and at home.
Progressive moms have a partner in Progress Pre-School GOLD as they further support the development of their child’s multiple intelligence. Progress Pre-School GOLD is now with its best-ever GOLD Biofactors System with higher levels of DHA, Choline and Lutein to support a child’s multiple intelligence.
Here are some photos from that event, together with multiple intelligence advocates – Kuya Kim Atienza, Mikaela Lagdameo-Martinez and Jenni Epperson.
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