Teach Us How

Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere – Chinese Proverb

At the heart of learning is to teach oneself how to learn and to be learning continuously. We believe that knowledge is the new six pack. The way we foster great learning is by collaborating with dedicated teachers/mentors, structuring meaningful compact courses, and by learning in small groups.

Teach Us How is a learning platform that curates unique and meaningful compact courses, workshops and events for families, couples and people who want to try something different or learn something new. These workshops are aimed at providing knowledge, and more importantly, opportunities to create bonding experiences for family and friends in group classes. Our learning platform provides learning experiences through various medium such as personal one to one, group workshops and also virtual formats.

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The Team

Teach Tell Us How is founded by a brother and sister team

Sharon

Sharon was a former corporate high-flyer working in multinational companies for a decade. After having her first child 5 years ago, she gave up her stilettos for flip flops. She is a mompreneur and is constantly seeking new knowledge in parenting and child related activities.

For the past 3 years, she has organized informal toddler art and baking sessions and also messy play for toddlers and preschoolers during her stay here in Singapore and in Shanghai. At present, she is facilitating parent and child art and play sensory classes at a museum in Singapore.

She believes that everyone should have space and time to explore, create and be inspired.

Vinson

Rat-racing in the day and self-learning by night, Vinson understands the challenges of today in continuously learning new things and yet having to juggle with the demands from work, family and life - himself working in a large corporation and a parent. Hence, he is on a mission to help time pressed people out there to pick up new purposeful knowledge together with their loved ones.

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