Students, parents and teachers love Thinking2morrow
Don’t let your child's education suffer
To help you manage your child’s education in these uncertain times, we are now offering our unique personalised Maths and English Programmes and 1-on-1 tutoring from two T2M Learning Centres, in Remuera and Botany.
We also offer our Programmes and 1-on-1 tutoring online so your child's education does not suffer even during Covid-19 restrictions. Our online Programmes are available to Year 1 - 13 students anywhere in New Zealand.
Our students and their parents love our unique programmes and caring tutors
To help you manage your child’s education in these uncertain times, we are now offering our unique personalised Maths and English programmes and 1-on-1 tutoring available from two T2M Learning Centres in Remuera and Botany.
We also offer our Programmes and 1-on-1 tutoring online so your child's education does not suffer even during Covid-19 restrictions.
Why Thinking2morrow is the right choice for your child
To develop a lifelong love of learning
The world is changing. To prepare our children for their future, it is no longer enough to teach them to simply absorb knowledge. We must teach them to create, to problem-solve and, most importantly, to think.
That’s why I called my business “Thinking2morrow”. It’s why I developed a personalised approach that makes learning fun, stimulating and rewarding.
And it’s why our methods and programmes have proven themselves for hundreds of students over the past six years.
I founded T2M to make a difference
“How will I know if Thinking2morrow is right for my child?”
Can dog training techniques teach us something about educating children?
I have learned a great deal about the best ways to work with my students from working with my award-winning dog, Floyd. For example, dogs respond better to positive reinforcement and rewards than they do to negativity. So do students. Read on for some more ways we can help our students learn better.
How having fun with words can give your child a better grasp of English
Oxymorons, two words that seem to mean the opposite, can be a great way to get our children thinking about language and becoming more expressive.
How to help your child with maths
Studies have shown that 25–35 percent of students struggle with maths at school. Singer and actress Cher has dyscalculia (as well as dyslexia) but she has overcome it to achieve a stellar career - when her son was also diagnosed, she used computer-based interactive lessons, and one-to-one tutoring, the same techniques we use at Thinking2morrow.