Raising a SMART KID  is not an easy task but it can be achieved by DEVELOPING YOUR CHILD’S STUDY HABITS.  Let Teacher Mala show you how. 

 

The Smart Kid Coaching Program  is the first and only Philippine Parenting  Program that helps you train your child to get better grades in school and solve your child’s discipline problems through a program called Ask Teacher Mala.

Ask Teacher Mala's Parenting Solutions Program (ATM-PSP)  will change your life, your child's life and the life of your family, even for generations to come.How?I will give you SIX (6) REASONS:Your child will develop Life Skills.Your child will learn what is right and wrong.You will develop a nurturing Parent-Child relationship.Your child will learn the right thing to do.Your child will learn good habits.Your child will learn how to prioritize things in life.It will unleash your child's potential. Of course, there are many other reasons ……..So, now that you know the reasons behind, isn’t it time for you to try out the program?Excited to start?Download the  FREE YOUNG ACHIEVER’S Checklist Now!  This Free Checklist will help you identify your child’s strengths and areas of improvement.  It will pinpoint the trainable areas of your child.  You can focus your training on these areas.

Time is Precious

Ask Teacher Mala’s Parenting Solutions Program (ATM-PSP) will change your life, your child’s life and the life of your family, even for generations to come.

How?

I will give you SIX (6) REASONS:

Your child will develop Life Skills.

Your child will learn what is right and wrong.

You will develop a nurturing Parent-Child relationship.

Your child will learn the right thing to do.

Your child will learn good habits.

Your child will learn how to prioritize things in life.

It will unleash your child’s potential.

Of course, there are many other reasons ……..

So, now that you know the reasons behind, isn’t it time for you to try out the program?

Excited to start?

Download the FREE YOUNG ACHIEVER’S Checklist Now!  This Free Checklist will help you identify your child’s strengths and areas of improvement.  It will pinpoint the trainable areas of your child. You can focus your training on these areas.

Is your child getting low grades in school?

Does your child play with gadgets for hours?

Is your child being bullied  or bullying his/her classmates?

The first step in solving your child’s discipline problem is to get to know your child. 

How?

Identify your child’s strengths and areas of improvement.

TAKE ACTION NOW.  Download and answer the free checklist right away..

 

 

Benefits of the Program

Sacrifice Now.  Benefit Later. Be a Happier Parent!

Are you having problems with your child?  Really!

You are in a very confused state. You just “do not know what to do”.

 Then, why don’t you try Ask Teacher Mala’s Parenting Solutions Program (ATM-PSP)?

ATM-PSP is a must for every parent.  Why?  It encourages you to take an extra effort to get to know your child, understand him/her, and learn new things that will help your child.  This is very important in bridging the generation gap.

ATM-PSP is very rewarding and challenging because it really makes you see the root cause of the problem.

This is very helpful in solving problems and finding solutions.

Now, are your ready to find out what are the strengths and areas of improvement of your child?

Then, download the FREE Young Achiever’s Checklist Now and discover at what stage your child is in.

I bet you think you are the only person experiencing problems with your child.  Well, you are not alone!  I know of many parents who are in the same position as you are in and I am sure you do, too! You want to help your child but you do not know what to do? Maybe you have asked around for advice from other fellow parents, and someone might have then suggested you to bring your child to a developmental pediatrician.  Perhaps! Or you might have already gone to see one but it still is not working. You really do not know what to do.  Are you open to learning something new?  Do you want to learn  the step-by-step guide in Raising Children.   This will help you even if your child is doing well in school?  Follow my program.  It contains the Secrets of Parenting Solutions for Children.   I will reveal my secrets in my First eBook, entitled “What Every Parent Should Know:  The Secrets of Raising Young Achievers”, on how I helped my students become responsible and independent children.  Before your read this ebook, you must first identify your child's strengths and areas of improvements.  The very first step is to Download the FREE Young Achiever's Checklist Now!

Take the ATM-PSP Challenge

I bet you think you are the only person experiencing problems with your child. Well, you are not alone! I know of many parents who are in the same position as you are in and I am sure you do, too! You want to help your child but you do not know what to do? Maybe you have asked around for advice from other fellow parents, and someone might have then suggested you to bring your child to a developmental pediatrician. Perhaps! Or you might have already gone to see one but it still is not working. You really do not know what to do. Are you open to learning something new? Do you want to learn the step-by-step guide in Raising Children. This will help you even if your child is doing well in school? Follow my program. It contains the Secrets of Parenting Solutions for Children. I will reveal my secrets in my First eBook, entitled “What Every Parent Should Know: The Secrets of Raising Young Achievers”, on how I helped my students become responsible and independent children. Before your read this ebook, you must first identify your child’s strengths and areas of improvements. The very first step is to Download the FREE Young Achiever’s Checklist Now!
Let me share with you my journey of being a teacher.  I did not want to be just a teacher.  I wanted to be an extra-ordinary teacher.  Yes, right! I wanted to make a difference in my students’ lives.  Isn’t that a wonderful idea? Isn’t that amazing? Having a substantial understanding of the teaching industry and handling students,  I am now sharing my mission. I am not yet a perfect guru as what you think, but I want to make a difference in every child’s life.  I consider sharing my success as a mentor. You have children to mentor as well. So, let me guide you on how to do it. First, you need to identify your child’s strengths and areas of improvement.  Take the first step 

 and download  the FREE YOUNG ACHIEVER’S Checklist Now! to enlighten yourself.  You will realize how helpful it is.

Be A Mentor

Let me share with you my journey of being a teacher. I did not want to be just a teacher. I wanted to be an extra-ordinary teacher. Yes, right! I wanted to make a difference in my students’ lives. Isn’t that a wonderful idea? Isn’t that amazing? Having a substantial understanding of the teaching industry and handling students, I am now sharing my mission. I am not yet a perfect guru as what you think, but I want to make a difference in every child’s life. I consider sharing my success as a mentor. You have children to mentor as well. So, let me guide you on how to do it. First, you need to identify your child’s strengths and areas of improvement. Take the first step and download the FREE YOUNG ACHIEVER’S Checklist Now! to enlighten yourself.  You will realize how helpful it is.

What are People saying about the Young Achiever’s Checklist?

“Your checklist is a good tool for parents and teachers to assess their child's "ACHIEVER" qualities.This checklist will really help parents pinpoint exactly where their child needs help. This checklist will also help teachers assess their students in all areas.                          
Mars Guibone Teacher//Cagayan de Oro City
“Your checklist is a good tool for parents and teachers to assess their child’s “ACHIEVER” qualities.

This checklist will really help parents pinpoint exactly where their child needs help.

This checklist will also help teachers assess their students in all areas.

Mars Guibone Teacher//Cagayan de Oro City

"Your checklist is very informative and helpful.  I am very happy to have been given the opportunity to use this checklist.  Now, I know where my child is at and  what are my child’s trainable areas. I will definitely train her in those areas.  When I discussed it with my child, she was so motivated to work with me in improving herself."Michelle A. Mina Parent//Colegio San Augustine

“Your checklist is very informative and helpful. I am very happy to have been given the opportunity to use this checklist. Now, I know where my child is at and what are my child’s trainable areas. I will definitely train her in those areas. When I discussed it with my child, she was so motivated to work with me in improving herself.”

Michelle A. Mina Parent//Colegio San Augustine

"Your checklist motivated me to work on my areas of improvement.
I thought that I had all the qualities of an “Achiever”.  After completing the checklist, I realized that I can still improve.  This was an eye-opener for me.  I already thought I was very good in school but I realize I can be and do better.  I am more motivated to work on my weak points and really be a true achiever.Royce Keiff de Guzman 
Student of Don Bosco, Makati and my (Easy Math) center
“Your checklist motivated me to work on my areas of improvement. I thought that I had all the qualities of an “Achiever”. After completing the checklist, I realized that I can still improve. This was an eye-opener for me. I already thought I was very good in school but I realize I can be and do better. I am more motivated to work on my weak points and really be a true achiever.

Royce Keiff de Guzman Student of Don Bosco, Makati and my (Easy Math) center

I am happy that God led me to the teaching path.  Every single day, I see myself making a difference in a child’s life.  This really inspires me and motivates me to continue my passion, which is, teaching.Pursuing my teaching career was not an accident.  It was really meant for me. I was just led to it.  The truth is I hated teaching.  I never thought that I would be a good teacher.
Let me share with you how I landed a job as a teacher.One day, I went to the Magallanes Village Association to mail a letter.  As I was waiting in line, I met this Indian looking man with a stack of flyers.  
He came up to me and asked me if I was Indian.  I answered, “Of course, are you Indian?”He answered, “No, I am not but I look Indian.”We struck a conversation.  He gave me a flyer and asked me to apply in their school.  This man happens to be Tony Esteban, the owner’s son of Esteban School.The next morning, I went to their Dasmarinas Village campus to apply.  This was their Preschool Campus.  Mrs. Tina Esteban interviewed me and she sent me to the Grade School Campus in the Nutrition Compound.I was interviewed by Mrs. Eleanor Esteban, the owner of the school.  Before I even realized, I landed a job as a Computer Teacher.Why a Computer Teacher?I had worked with First Datacorp for six years as a Computer Programmer.  I also took my Masters of Computer Science majoring in Information Management.  Therefore, I was qualified to teach the Computer subject.When I started teaching, I found it very difficult.  My students were not listening to me.  I was struggling. I wanted to give up until ……..I met a co-teacher who was kind enough to guide me on what to do.The very first thing she told me was:Understand your students.  Get to know them.  Bond with them and learn to connect.This was the best advice which was ever given to me.The very next day, I had a meeting with my Grade 6 students and asked them how they really felt about my teaching skills.  I asked them to be as honest as possible.Feedback was very painful.  I really sucked.
But…I wanted to prove it to myself that I can be a good teacher.So, I embarked on my teaching journey.I changed my teaching style.  I became very hands-on.At the end of the year, my students were very happy and they enjoyed my classes.I also realized that this is my passion and I enjoy doing it.  I want to grow old with it.So…..On my second year of working with Esteban, I decided to enroll in the Teacher’s Certificate Program in De La Salle University.I learnt all the ins and outs of teaching.  I felt I was ready to teach other subjects like Math and English.I expressed my desire to teach Math and English to my boss.  However, she felt it was best for me to remain as a Computer Teacher.At that time, Esteban was a franchisee of Kumon.  Kumon is a Japanese Method of teaching Math and English.  I became very curious about this.I started inquiring about it.I attended their Franchise Orientation.  Before realizing it, I got accepted as a franchisee.  I resigned from Esteban to pursue opening a Kumon Center.Six months later, I opened my own Kumon Center in Pasong Tamo, Makati.Running a Kumon Center was very challenging.  I went through many ups and downs but I learnt a lot.  On my first year with Kumon, I had 96 students.Isn’t it amazing!  I really achieved something until …..
My mom became very sicklyAnd ……Kumon changed the Terms and Conditions of their Contract.This got me sad and depressed.  I did not know what to do.  So, I prayed and asked for a sign.  I got my sign.I went to the IPO office to register my trade name ‘Easy Math’ and guess what? It got approved.This was my sign that it was time for me to leave Kumon.I left Kumon on March 31, 2008.  I started my tutorial center on April 1, 2008. The first 5 years were a struggle.  I actually did not know what to do.  I would just follow what parents would say.  I observed how the kids learn until I finally understood it.Finally, I came up with my own method.This is the method we practice today.It is a fusion of what I learnt in Kumon about mastering the basics and following up on what the child is being taught in school.I am glad to share that this method has been successful.My staff and I have nurtured so many Young Achievers and there will be many more to come.I am really grateful to my staff, for being there with me, during my ups and downs, in journeying with me through my teaching career.

Teacher Mala's Teaching Journey

I am happy that God led me to the teaching path. Every single day, I see myself making a difference in a child’s life. This really inspires me and motivates me to continue my passion, which is, teaching.

Pursuing my teaching career was not an accident. It was really meant for me. I was just led to it. The truth is I hated teaching. I never thought that I would be a good teacher.

Let me share with you how I landed a job as a teacher.

One day, I went to the Magallanes Village Association to mail a letter. As I was waiting in line, I met this Indian looking man with a stack of flyers.

He came up to me and asked me if I was Indian. I answered, “Of course, are you Indian?”

He answered, “No, I am not but I look Indian.”

We struck a conversation. He gave me a flyer and asked me to apply in their school. This man happens to be Tony Esteban, the owner’s son of Esteban School.

The next morning, I went to their Dasmarinas Village campus to apply. This was their Preschool Campus. Mrs. Tina Esteban interviewed me and she sent me to the Grade School Campus in the Nutrition Compound.

I was interviewed by Mrs. Eleanor Esteban, the owner of the school. Before I even realized, I landed a job as a Computer Teacher.

Why a Computer Teacher?

I had worked with First Datacorp for six years as a Computer Programmer. I also took my Masters of Computer Science majoring in Information Management. Therefore, I was qualified to teach the Computer subject.

When I started teaching, I found it very difficult. My students were not listening to me. I was struggling.

I wanted to give up until ……..

I met a co-teacher who was kind enough to guide me on what to do.

The very first thing she told me was:

Understand your students. Get to know them. Bond with them and learn to connect.

This was the best advice which was ever given to me.

The very next day, I had a meeting with my Grade 6 students and asked them how they really felt about my teaching skills. I asked them to be as honest as possible.

Feedback was very painful. I really sucked.

But…

I wanted to prove it to myself that I can be a good teacher.

So, I embarked on my teaching journey.

I changed my teaching style. I became very hands-on.

At the end of the year, my students were very happy and they enjoyed my classes.

I also realized that this is my passion and I enjoy doing it. I want to grow old with it.

So…..

On my second year of working with Esteban, I decided to enroll in the Teacher’s Certificate Program in De La Salle University.

I learnt all the ins and outs of teaching. I felt I was ready to teach other subjects like Math and English.

I expressed my desire to teach Math and English to my boss. However, she felt it was best for me to remain as a Computer Teacher.

At that time, Esteban was a franchisee of Kumon. Kumon is a Japanese Method of teaching Math and English. I became very curious about this.

I started inquiring about it.

I attended their Franchise Orientation. Before realizing it, I got accepted as a franchisee. I resigned from Esteban to pursue opening a Kumon Center.

Six months later, I opened my own Kumon Center in Pasong Tamo, Makati.

Running a Kumon Center was very challenging. I went through many ups and downs but I learnt a lot. On my first year with Kumon, I had 96 students.

Isn’t it amazing! I really achieved something until …..

My mom became very sickly

And ……

Kumon changed the Terms and Conditions of their Contract.

This got me sad and depressed. I did not know what to do. So, I prayed and asked for a sign. I got my sign.

I went to the IPO office to register my trade name ‘Easy Math’ and guess what? It got approved.

This was my sign that it was time for me to leave Kumon.

I left Kumon on March 31, 2008. I started my tutorial center on April 1, 2008.

The first 5 years were a struggle. I actually did not know what to do. I would just follow what parents would say. I observed how the kids learn until I finally understood it.

Finally, I came up with my own method.

This is the method we practice today.

It is a fusion of what I learnt in Kumon about mastering the basics and following up on what the child is being taught in school.

I am glad to share that this method has been successful.

My staff and I have nurtured so many Young Achievers and there will be many more to come.

I am really grateful to my staff, for being there with me, during my ups and downs, in journeying with me through my teaching career.