The methods of teaching these days have really changed. Gone are the days of traditional ways of teaching subjects – especially those that most students do not particularly like. Take Math, for instance. Back when I was still in school, I could only probably count with one hand the people in my batch who liked it. These days, though, with newer, fresher and more unique ways of teaching Math, kids will understand it, love it and appreciate it a thousand times more than I did.
One of the novel methods of teaching Math nowadays is Singapore Math. The Ministry of Education in Singapore developed a Math curriculum and framework that has resulted in top ranking results of Singapore students in various examinations. Because of the great results, Singapore Math is now also taught in the Philippines. Many schools are now transitioning from the “regular Math” to Singapore Math.
Now if you’re a school principal, educator, school administrator, parent or Math enthusiast, here’s your chance to learn more about Singapore Math and its benefits.
Join the Singapore Math Learning Festival on May 25, 2013 at Ateneo de Davao University, Matina, Davao City.
Dr. Queena Lee-Chua and Scott L. Chua will be the plenary lecturers. There will be breakout sessions to be conducted by notable Math educators from top schools.
Early bird rate – Php 1,500 (until April 15, 2013 only)
Regular fee – Php 1,900
For schools – register 5 teachers and the school principal gets a free slot
For inquiries, please call (082) 221 0268 or send an email to email@example.com
The Singapore Math Learning Festival in Davao City is being organized by Galileo Enrichment Learning Program.