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Dec07

The Importance of Writing Statements Well in Mathematics

The Importance of Writing Statements Well in Mathematics

In Smartick we are clear about the convenience of children to dominate math, feel comfortable solving problems and exercises, and even learn to “love mathematics.” But we also give a lot of importance to logic and reading comprehension, which is essential to the acquisition of new knowledge across all subjects. One of the most important milestones […]

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Nov26

Theoretical Framework of the Singapore Method

Theoretical Framework of the Singapore Method

In this post, we are going to talk about the Theoretical Framework of the Singapore Method, which revolves around mathematical problem-solving. Concepts The Singapore Method groups mathematical concepts into 6 sections: Numbers Algebra Geometry Statistics Probability Analysis These content categories are closely related and are interdependent. In the different stages of learning, like in different […]

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Oct31

What Learning Style Does Your Child Have?

What Learning Style Does Your Child Have?

In 1988 Felder and Silverman stated that “the learning style is the cognitive, affective, and physiological traits that serve as indicators and relatively stabilize how students perceive interactions and respond to their learning environments.” To do this, they propose a model of learning styles based on the following principles: The learner preferably uses a sensory […]

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Oct19

Mathematics, the Same as Sports

Mathematics, the Same as Sports

One of the most shocking things for teachers is everything that parents tolerate for sports but don’t when it comes to academics. While we sometimes complain about the amount of homework (and sometimes rightfully so, if in addition to the amount they are not well thought out), we don’t hesitate to take the afternoon to […]

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Oct08

Singapore: Goals, Objectives, and Design of Its Curriculum

Singapore: Goals, Objectives, and Design of Its Curriculum

Goals and Objectives of the Singapore Curriculum The general education objectives for mathematics in Singapore allow the students to: Acquire math concepts and skills for daily use and to continue learning mathematics. Develop cognitive and metacognitive skills through a mathematical approach to problem-solving. Establish positive attitudes towards mathematics. The math curriculum consists of a set […]

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