Wen Qian graduated from the University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Science in Psychological Science. During the course of her diploma education, she gradually discovered an alternative interest in the area of human behaviours, especially in Early Childhood Development. As such, she furthered this passion through her role as a Therapist with Singapore Brain Development Centre right upon completion of the relevant degree. Holding a strong belief in the importance of early intervention, Wen Qian hopes to make a difference in the future of the young students she interacts with in the centre.
Wen Qian believes wholeheartedly that every child is capable of reaching success when given the opportunity to understand him or herself as a learner. Wen Qian enjoys working with children and helping them reach their potentials by strengthening their stretches, and utilizing a breadth of strategies and tools that will help them be the best version of themselves as autonomous learners.
In her free time, Wen Qian enjoys learning new languages such as Korean and Japanese, as well as reading novels. She also enjoys challenging herself to strategic computer games such as escape rooms and puzzle games.
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