Ms. Ru Ping is an ex-MOE Arts teacher who firmly believes in the potential of Process-and-Play-based Arts experience. Her experience and training from Communication Design, art teaching and eventually moving on to creating her own art programs have taught her how Process-and-Play-based Arts experience can actually enhances a child’s sensitivity, which in turn, increase a child’s potential in their intelligence of their area of interest, as well as a more holistic educational experience.
In Process-and-Play-based Arts, there is no ending to learning and limitless potential in what a human can discover. It is the sharing of a learning habit that allows individuals to take ownership for lifelong learning, in all areas of life.
Learning should be enjoyable, thus, results in an intrinsic motivated learner. Learning should be safe, free from all judgments of today’s limitations, so the child can create a whole new world. Learning can be messy, since the child learns more when cleaning up. Learning is about putting the learner first.