Welcome to Early Years Research Association of Singapore

Early Years Research Association of Singapore (EYRAS) is a dedicated organisation committed to advancing the field of early childhood education and research. Established with a passion for nurturing young minds, EYRAS aims to foster an environment of knowledge-sharing and collaboration among educators, researchers, and stakeholders in the early years’ community in the field of the Mind, Brain and Education.

ABOUT EYRAS

EYRAS is a non-profit association comprising a diverse group of professionals, including early childhood educators, teachers, researchers, policymakers, and parents, all sharing a common vision: to enhance the quality of early years education and support the holistic development of children and adolescents in Singapore. With a strong belief in the significance of the formative years of a child’s life, EYRAS stands as a prominent platform for promoting evidence-based practices, innovative approaches, and cutting-edge research that contribute to the overall well-being and growth of children.

Neuromindfulness matters all.

MEMBER'S BENEFITS

EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO RELEVANT JOURNALS AND ARTICLES

OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE YOUR STUDIES AND RESEARCH

BUILD YOUR INDUSTRY CONNECTIONS ALL OVER THE WORLD

 

Our peer reviewed publications received wide readership and reference citation from parents and practitioners in the field of early years education, special education needs, learning disorder diagnostic assessment, educational therapy, educational psychology and educational counseling. 

OUR CHAPTERS

Neuroscience

Neuroscience plays a crucial role in early years education by providing valuable insights into the developing brain and how children learn and acquire new skills.  Every child’s brain develops at its own pace and in a unique manner. 

Early Years Education

Research shows that quality early years’ education has high impact on the cognition and belief’s system of a child. As early years education affects a child’s lifetime, learning is best preferred to be evidence based and holistic.

Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive psychology is a sub-field of psychology that investigates our mental processes on attention, learning, language, perception, thinking, memory, reasoning, creativity, problem-solving, judgement, decision-making.

Educational Therapy

Educational therapy is a form of therapy specifically designed to assist individuals with learning differences, disabilities, and challenges.  It encompasses a range of intensive interventions tailored to address the unique learning problems of each individual learner.

OUR PARTNERS

EYRAS pride itself on fostering strong collaborations with a diverse range of partnering organisations, each sharing our commitment to enhancing early childhood education and research. These partnerships play a pivotal role in advancing our mission and expanding the reach and impact of our initiatives. Our partners share our vision. We work closely hand in hand to build a sustainable society.

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Contribute to journals’ relevant studies in the field of early years education, cognitive psychology, educational therapy, cognitive neuroscience and educational counseling.

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