SPIRIT OF MATH CELEBRATED UNIVERSAL CHILDREN’S DAY WITH BUSHRA ANSARI
Lahore, 21st November 2017: Spirit of Math, a Canadian-based elite school system celebrated Universal Children’s Day with a Pakistani living legend Bushra Ansari at Kids Kampus Gulberg, Lahore. The basic aim of this event was to acknowledge the efforts and hard work of high achievers and to motivate them to excel in life.
The Universal Children’s Day intended to highlight the differentiation between high-performing and gifted students, and the importance of understanding how to work best with high-performing children at home. Bushra Ansari being an advocate of Spirit of Math Pakistan attended the event and to tease she has stated a very special and exclusive announcement to share at the Spirit of Math Event.
A global thought leader; change-maker and an authoritative voice in higher-education, Kimberly Langen , CEO & Co-Founder of Spirit of Math commented, “As a parent, make sure that you take time to listen to your child(…) and try to understand them rather than insisting that they first listen to you.”
Spirit of Math Pakistan has taken this initiative to amplify student’s ability to argue and learn in a competitive yet informative environment by strengthening the spirit of teamwork, confidence and character building in high-performing students. Kim Langen, who is a global thought leader, change-maker, and an authoritative voice in higher-education, has paved ways forward for gifted students by challenging them in competitive environment and help bring Pakistani students from the top of their class to the top of the nation.
Spirit of Math, unlike other coaching centers, focuses on high performing students only and develops their comprehending and logical skills. It offers a dynamic classroom environment while focusing on critical thinking, logical reasoning and mathematical skills. By updating the syllabi, training teachers, and expanding a series of Math workbooks Spirit of Math is changing the course of mainstream Math courses taught in Pakistan.