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DBS Foundation Grant Award 2019
Boaz Education was a proud awardee of the DBS Foundation Grant Award 2019, which recognises Boaz Education makes social impact. The DBS Foundation grant will support the international accreditation of our trainer programme thereby encouraging more passionate educators in this field and supporting students from marginalised groups.
The "Never Give Up" story featured in Local Ginger
Thank you Local Ginger (本地薑) for featuring Miss Chan's Dyslexia story to spread the message in the public that we should always believe in ourselves and not giving up when facing challenge. Everyone of us has the power to make a change from disadvantages to our advantages!
It is our honor to be invited by Alumni Affairs and Development Office from The Education University of Hong Kong, featuring Miss Chan in the alumni magazine. Miss Chan shares her learning journey overcoming dyslexia, the enlightenment by a great teacher on how to learn, and the vision and belief of Boaz Education.
It would make a greater benefit for them if teachers can put themselves in the shoes of students with SEN and see education a different point of view.
RTHK Radio 2 Sharing on "University Station (TP x Jubo)"
Thank you RTHK Radio 2 "University Station (TP x Jubo)" for inviting Ms. Chan and Mr. Kingsly. Ms. Chan shared the experience as a dyslexic, the struggle and difficulties she faced in learning during her childhood.
Mr. Kingsly also shared his experience as an SEN instructor, facilitating SEN students with some unique skills to help them walk through their hard times in learning.
Parents and university students who are interested in SEN education are welcome to replay the radio and learn more about the what Ms. Chan and Mr. Kingsly had shared.
CTGoodJobs: Mr. Kingsly and Ms. Vienne sharing as SEN Instructors, their Learning Strategies and Passion
Thank you CTGoodJobs for featuring the story of Ms. Chan and Boaz Education. As a dyslexic, Miss Chan truly understands learning barriers and difficulties. Mr. Kingsly and Ms. Vienne also introduced some innovative learning skills. They also mentioned that great patience, creativity and observation skills are required as being SEN instructors.
We are always looking for instructors who want to make a change to the world to join us.
Thank you SOW Asia and students from The City University of Hong Kong for the meaningful video. Dyslexia is very common among students, however, only a few truly understand their needs. This video tells you all they need are just the suitable methods to learn.
Thank you Daisy Chow for featuring Ms. Chan and her work in Metro Daily about how Ms. Chan leads the Boaz team to help dyslexic students to overcome their academic barriers with innovative learning strategies. Ms. Chow also agrees with Boaz's belief that "If children do not learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn." It is always our mission to help children to find their most suitable ways to learn.
Sharing with Professor Sin and Parent of a son with SEN
Thank you HK01 for inviting Ms. Chan, parent of a son with SEN, together with Professon Sin, to address the difficulties children with SEN face during their learning journey. It is hard for the children and also their families.
As a Dylexic, Ms. Chan understand the difficulties children face daily and Boaz Education was established to help them! We believe that every child can learn, even child with SEN can become an independent learner!
Ms. Chan is delighted to be invited by Egive For You Charity Foundation to share her experience as a dyslexia learner and talked about the life-changing moment when she had the chance to learn in alternative ways. Hoping that Boaz Education can benefit more children and their families by walking through together and solving their daily difficulties in emotional control and parent-child relationship.
Miss Chan is delighted to share her experience in overcoming dyslexia and the reason establishing Boaz Education in the JCI City Lady Magazine - Ladieslink (January Edition). Hope the story of Ms Chan can encourage more children with SEN to believe in themselves. Everyone even with SEN has talent and together we can bring a better future to our students!
Metro Daily: Making Dyslexia Into Gifted Strength
Thank you Ms. Gammy Kwok for the brilliant article inMetro Daily about the reason behind Ms. Chan forming Boaz Education. There is strength within everyone that you can make your disadvantages into your advantages!
“I encounter words that I cannot understand when I go to school everyday”, “I can't remember the words even if I spell it for a hundred times”, “I can’t even read the menu in a restaurant”… Dyslexic students pay great effort to cope with their difficulties everyday. We believe that every child has strength. Every child can be an independent learner!
If you support us, give us your vote and walk with us to create a better future for our children. Thank you!
Thank you Orange News for featuring Ms. Chan about the hardship in running an Education Centre, specialized in serving for children with Dyslexia, and spreading the message which we believe that every child can shine with their talent!
Look up in Causeway Bay! Thank you JCI City and Innovative Entrepreneurship Award for the opportunity to spread Boaz's message in the crowd of the city on Russell Street, Causeway Bay. We hope that more people in the public understand that students with Dyslexia can also be motivated to learn with the right methods.
CR1 has been inviting different social impact enterprises to introduce their services to their listeners. Boaz Education is very honoured to participate in the “Crosstrade” program hosted by Mr. Chan Wing Luk on 30/5/2017. Our two founders, Ms. Twiggy Chan and Ms. Odilia Kan talked about their journey starting up Boaz Education and their commitments in helping children with dyslexia and other special education needs.
Thank you Hong Kong Economic Journal for featuring Ms. Chan, the story of herself and Boaz Education. We are delighted that the article on HKGCC Bulletin has been reported in HKEJ, bringing Boaz's message to their readers. Boaz is here to facilitate children with Dyslexia, learn to learn independently.
Thank you U-Magazine for interviewing Ms. Chan and sharing the story of her struggled learning journey and entrepreneurship. Boaz Education is committed to raise public awareness about Dyslexia and we hope our persistence can bring hopes to more families!
Thank you FunChannel for interviewing Ms. Chan to help raise the public awareness of dyslexia. In the video, Ms. Chan, who overcame dyslexia, will let you know that the group of students with dyslexia are always misunderstood by the public. However, they can also get good academic achievements if they have the suitable learning strategies.
Kam Fan Award: Boaz Won 6 Awards for Social Campaign with The Impossible Test
We hope The Impossible Test allows more people to understand and share the experiences of dyslexic people. We would like to express our deep gratitude for the generous support, especially the creative team of Grey Group Hong Kong.
Ms. Twiggy Chan was invited by the Commercial Radio to share her experience in overcoming dyslexia to support the parents and students who encounter the same challenges on their learning path. Listen more about what Ms. Chan shared in the show!
To increase the public awareness of dyslexia in Hong Kong, this simulation test shows how a person with dyslexia struggles to take a 3-minute test of multiple-choice questions. Special thanks to Grey Group Hong Kong for the incredible work!
Viu TV Interview: The Rationale Behind Our Strategies
Our founder Ms. Twiggy Chan and co-founder Ms. Odilia Kan shared about Boaz's belief and our unique strategies in teaching our students. Understand more about the rationale behind our strategies in the video!
Collaborating with HKFeel Radio for a series of 6 episodes, Twiggy, Odilia and Christie shared about their successful story of how to overcome dyslexia, as well as the different strategies of helping kids with learning difficulties.
Thank you Hong Kong Economic Times for featuring Boaz Education about the alternative way for children to learn through strength-based program. It is important to let children discover their own talents! Check it out about our talent-development program: You've Got Talent.
Our Boaz kids and parents have joined an activity in Hong Kong today that focuses on children's self-care skills. All our lovely students and parents have given a lovely sharing to audience about their experience and insight on how to balance between playing and academic studies.
Our founder, Ms. Twiggy Chan, has also shared her views on the importance of playing in children's growth and provided parents with little tips that can foster "quality playing" for families.