i‑Learner Education Centre


Eric Wu

Eric Wu

Learning should be a collaborative process between students and teachers. As an educator, I foster a fun and engaging learning environment for my students. Ultimately, I hope to develop my students’ passion for learning and help them fulfil their potential.

Eric Wu graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a BSocSc in Psychology. His studies focused on different disciplines of psychology, including social, personality and developmental psychology. He is especially interested in developmental psychology and how the theories can be applied to education.


  • BSocSc (Psychology) The University of Hong Kong


The Relationship Between Personality and Learning

Personality plays a significant role in shaping how individuals approach the learning process. Two common personality traits that impact learning are introversion and extroversion. Understanding and acknowledging these personality traits can greatly enhance the effectiveness of learning for children.   Understanding Introverts   Introverted children tend to be more reserved, preferring solitary activities and quiet environments. They often require time alone… Read More

Social Media and the Fear of Missing Out

Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives. Platforms like Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter allow us to connect, share and stay updated with the latest trends and events. However, there is a phenomenon called Fear of Missing Out, or FoMO, which can affect our well-being. It can also add to the peer-pressure younger people feel to act a certain way, which distracts… Read More

Strive for Excellence, Not Perfection

In today’s society, there is often an intense pressure to be perfect, which can lead to anxiety, stress, and even mental health issues. However, striving for excellence is a healthier and more sustainable approach to personal growth. What are the differences between these two approaches, and how can we strive for excellence without getting caught up in the pursuit of perfection? Striving for excellence and… Read More