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Effective Math Education Methods from Singapore
Quality math related training and resources for Teachers, Parents and Schools who use the Singapore math curriculum
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Kar Hwee Koh, Ed.M,
Tze-Ping Low, Ph.D
Husband and wife team both grew up in Singapore and are now living in Massachusetts, USA.
Kar Hwee has been teaching math in premier schools in Singapore before relocating to the United States. She has extensive experience as a math coach to new teachers, and is well versed in areas of problem solving heuristics, early algebraic thinking and lesson study. She speaks regular at national education conferences.
Tze-Ping is a recovering electrical engineer who used to research technologies for new generations of wireless communications. He is interested in web and mobile programming and recently taught classes in robotics projects.
- Online Parent Workshop – Using Bar Models and Visualization to Solve Word ProblemsIn this Zoom workshop, we will discuss the different ways students can use bar models and visualization techniques to solve novel and challenging word problems. Please RSVP using the form below. Zoom Link will be emailed to participants before the event. Loading…
- What are the Values of these Chess Pieces?If each chess symbol represents a different digit from 0 to 9, what are the values of each symbol – ♙, ♘ and ♖?
- When You Cut Off A Piece From A 2D Shape, Does The Area And Perimeter Decrease, Increase Or Stay The Same?It is important to have an intuitive understanding of how these two properties varies when the shape changes. For example, what happens to the Area and Perimeter when you cut off a piece from a 2D Shape?
- Sine, Cosine and Tangent in the Four QuadrantsRemember this picture? We used it to remember the signs of the three primary trigonometry ratios – Sine, Cosine and Tangent in the four quadrants. Each letter (of ASTC or CAST) represents the trigonometry function that is positive in each quadrant, e.g. Cosine is positive in the 4th quadrant etc., and All three are positive… Read more: Sine, Cosine and Tangent in the Four Quadrants
- Connecting the DotsHappy Snowy Halloween! Here in Boston, we just had our first snow of the year yesterday. It feels like Mother Nature is reminding us about the upcoming winter. We would like to take the chance to share some thoughts about “Connections” today. A math lesson should not be questions after questions. It is important… Read more: Connecting the Dots
- Online Math ClassesHere’s an email we sent out to our subscribers this week about live online math classes in summer. We’ve received many queries and have since completed several free evaluation sessions over Zoom. Unlike the online membership program for teachers, our small group live lessons are offered from Kindergarten through high school levels. Spaces are still… Read more: Online Math Classes
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