I like Math. I find sheer pleasure in arriving at an exact answer after knowing my X and Y. Okay, I’ll stop before you walked out my blog. I know that not all of us likes Math. The usual notion is that “I hate Math.” But I don’t think that’s the case, it’s only a mindset. If that person has learned the basics, he/she will have the confidence to take on Math problems. Back at school, I have a friend who had difficulty in our Math subject, but when we got the chance to be seatmates, she will ask me to explain our topic for the day and we’ll have this coaching session. Finally, she learned algebra and said, it’s very easy after all. After that, she’s the one helping her friends with our Math assignments.
Kids these days are very fortunate because they are offered learning programs to help them with their education such as Singapore Math.
Singapore math is a teaching method based on the national mathematics curriculum used for kindergarten through sixth grade in Singapore. The term was originally coined in the U.S. to describe an approach, originally developed in Singapore, to teaching students to learn and master fewer mathematical concepts at greater detail as well as having them learn these concepts using a three-step learning process. – from Wikipedia
The Galileo’s Telescopic Approach
We all know that Galileo invented the telescope, he used his invention to FIND and FOCUS on specific heavenly bodies and stars from the millions of galaxies in the vast universe. By the same principle, the Galileo Telescopic MethodFOCUSES and concentrates on each child, FINDS his special learning needs and tailor-fits and trains the learning program for that specific child. With this, the Galileo Enrichment Program is able to FIND the genius and DISCOVER the “star” in every child.
In this highly competitive global economy, the most vital and sought-after skills and competencies are in Math and English. That’s why Galileo Enrichment Learning Program is here to empower our children to be independent and life-long learners.
Singapore Math Learning Festival
On July 4, 2015, Singapore Math Learning Festival will be held at the Asian Institute of Management in Makati. This year’s theme is Preparing for the Future: Creativity and Innovation through Singapore Math. It is a conference for teachers, parents, and school administrators to learn how Singapore Math equips your child with the essential skills that will make him a stand-out learner and a future leader.
To know more about the topics and registration details, please visit http://www.smlf2015.galileoenrichment.com/.
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Enroll your child in their Math and English programs, know more about their promos and nearest Galileo centers at their website, www.galileoenrichment.com.