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Dec 20


Want to help your kids with Singapore Math but don’t know how? Join our parent seminar and find out the similarities and differences between the traditional and Singapore Math approaches as well as how to help your kids with math.

When: Jan 23, 2014, 9 – 10:30am

Where: The Forum, Fully Booked. Bonifacio High Street, the Fort.

Slots are limited. Please call 0925.586.0300 or email mathemagis.fort@gmail.com to reserve a slot.

Dec 15

Mathemagis adopts Singapore’s National Institute of Education’s (NIE) Teacher Education Model for the 21st century (TE21) particularly the V3SK model of combining Values, Skills and Knowledge in molding teachers who are equipped not just with Singapore Maths knowledge but are armed with pedagogical skills and empowered by student-centered and professional values.

Dec 10

Understand the relationships between the two Math curricula. Learn the concepts and pedagogy of Singapore Math from preschool to Grade 1. Successfully integrate Singapore Math with the K-12 program in your school.

This hands-on workshop is scheduled on Jan 17, 9-12nn at 2F ESNA Bldg, #30 Timog Avenue, Quezon City.

Please call Teacher Luz at 387.66.02 / 0932.843.5551 or email her at mathemagis@gmail.com for more details. Limited slots are available so reserve your slot now.

Dec 7
Mathemagis Singapore Maths focuses on developing students’ problem-solving skills through conceptual understanding of math principles instead of rote memorization of procedures, visualization strategies instead of abstract explanations, use of bar-models to help students organize and break-down complex problems and fostering algebraic-thinking skills instead of short-cut methods. Students get the best foundation for learning higher math such as algebra, trigonometry and calculus.

This approach allows 6th grade students to confidently answer word problems in College entrance exams without the need to learn algebra.  Imagine what they can do in high school!  Let your children amaze you with their problem-solving skills with Mathemagis’ Singapore Math. Call us now for a free assessment.

Below is an example of a standard 6th grade word problem in ratio:
The ratio of the number of cakes Ann baked to the number of cakes Beth baked was 5:2.  After Ann sold 28 cakes, the ratio became 3:4. How many cakes did each girl have at first?