Every Child Is A Possible Gifted Student
Delivering Beyond Academics
To lead the future of math learning, creating the New Generation Thinkers and Problem Solvers to Enjoy The Triumph of Discovery
In many cultures, cattle was used for daily farming. Silent and hard-working, it is as if the cattle knows what their calling is, from the moment they’re born, to farm and feed the mankind.
Neuromath teaching team is no different. We believe in our true calling, to nurture learners to become who their best self can become. We promise you the cattle spirit, to never stop providing our top service to your children, for the best future.
To create fun, engaging and purposeful learning through technology and innovation
Our curriculum is designed to make math lessons come alive through fun and engaging lessons. After students build up their interests for math and feel motivated to learn more, they can and will pursue excellence
Mr. Norman Tien started giving Math tuition at aged 19 to children who hated Math and thus scored way below average. Somehow, he has this gift with ‘problematic’ children which not many tutors wanted to take up such assignments too. He delivered results because he didn’t drill them with worksheets and assessment books. Instead, he took interest in their hobbies (like computer games, chess, Power Ranger toys, etc) and tailor-made the Math lesson plans and the Math strategies.
Noticing his ‘gift’ in this area, Norman then furthered his studies in cognitive psychology, special education for the gifted and those with learning disabilities, as well as NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). Through these, he was affirmed that his skill sets are not limited to reaching out to the late bloomers, but also the high achievers and the gifted ones as well.
Chief Curriculum Officer - Psychology
Ms. Vanessa Ong graduated from NUS with a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) majoring in Psychology. Upon graduation, she joined Neuromath as a teacher.
Recognising Vanessa’s passion and potential, she was identified and handpicked by Mr. Norman Tien as his protégé. The guidance of Mr. Norman Tien, together with her training in Neuro-Linguistics programming (NLP) and Cognitive enhancement, have provided her with an insight into how enhancing a child’s cognitive abilities will enable the child to become a better problem solver in Mathematics (and beyond). She has since designed materials and programmes that help students to maximise their potential, enabling them to become better problem solvers and inspire them to develop a greater love for Mathematics.