Have you ever been stumped by your child’s word problems? Or are you able to solve your child’s word problems using your own methods but are unable to explain how you did it to your child?
You are not alone. Word problems in schools now not only test a child’s computation abilities but their language skills and knowledge of Maths concepts.
But what are these Maths concepts?
To find out, join us at our hands-on workshop on 18 August and learn from our Head of Mathematics, Mrs Edna Wong, as she shares 10 important concepts your child must know to excel in Primary Mathematics. And if there is a word problem you would like Mrs Wong’s help to solve, submit it to us by 16 August and Mrs Wong may use it as a teaching example in her workshop.
Do not miss this opportunity as Mrs Wong shares insights gained from a teaching career spanning over 15 years. She is a former Mathematics Head of Department and was attached to the Curriculum Planning and Development Division in MOE where she wrote textbooks for use in schools.
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Spaces are limited and prior registration is required. Call 6777 2468 or SIGN UP ONLINE today!