Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Bridging the Mathematics Learning Gap

The teaching of Mathematics has shifted from white board learning to activity-based learning. This form of learning is inquiry-based, whereby students discover facts, concepts and relationships by themselves.
Other than problem solving skills, the following skills are also important thinking skills that the students must adopt. Some examples of such skills are:

    Observation
    Visualization
    Hand-eye co-ordination
    Analytical thinking
    Logical Reasoning
    Judgment
    Categorization
    Memory

At eimaths  students no longer learn Mathematics by memorizing, rote-learning or drilling. Instead, they must be able to connect, reason and model what they have learned in class and apply to solve problems.
Centres  at Admiralty, Aljunied, Bishan, Buangkok, Khatib and Toa Payoh.
Visit or call 6841 8148 for more information.

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