World Leader in Young Children's Creative and Critical Thinking
Being first in the world, John Langrehr Thinking Program (JLTP) is a revolutionary program that focuses on teaching young students the positive mindset and thinking skills needed for creative and critical thinking.
Based on Dr John Langrehr’s 30 years of research, JLTP teaches young children HOW to think as well as WHAT to think about. Most early childhood programs teach content or new knowledge. JLTP teaches children to look beyond this knowledge and generate their own thoughts and ideas. If the attitude and skills are firmly embedded at an early age, these vital forms of thinking would persist and benefit the children throughout their lives.
Create the creativity in your child!
- Develop risk taking, cautious and curious mindsets needed for creative and critical thinking.
- Teach thinking questions that creative, critical and curious thinkers ask themselves.
- Apply these essential thinking skills in solving problems.
Fun and Interactive Classes!
This interactive program uses the Multi-media and Multi-sensory approach, incorporating a world class curriculum that brings together advanced computer-based, movie-style lessons with hands-on classroom discovery and exploration.
JLTP teaches children to look beyond learning existing content and generate new ideas and knowledge for themselves.
Thinking Skills to be Developed
JLTP focuses on teaching young learners both creative and critical thinking. Creative thinking demands a risk taking and imaginative mindset. It helps you to escape the usual or dominant patterns the brain stores for us. Critical thinking demands an open minded and objective mindset. It is the ability to judge or make decisions using good reasons or criteria.”
– Dr John Langrehr
There are more than 20 essential skills on Creative and Critical Thinking that will be taught in JLTP.
|What is it?||Thinking Skills to be exercised||How do they help?|
|Creative Thinking||It is the ability to escape usual or dominant patterns stored in our brains in order to find novel or unusual solutions and products.||Loosen up existing brain patterns and develop a flexible mindset needed for thinking in novel ways.|
|Critical Thinking||It involves asking yourself probing questions about features of information in order to make judgements about it.||Learn probing questions to judge features of information.|
|Organizational Thinking||It involves the use of properties of examples to compare, group, order and generalize them in the brain.||Store and retrieve examples of concepts in our memory.|