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- 1. mathz4kidz Seminar for Parents Problem-Solving Approach in Mathematics Learning DrYeap Ban Har banhar.yeap@pathlight.org.sg Marshall Cavendish Institute Singapore
- 2. Economic wealth of a nation does not depend on its natural resources anymore. It depends on its human resource. Perekonomiansebuahnegaratidaklagitergantungpadasumberdayaalamnyasaja, tapitergantungpadasumberdayamanusianya. Singapore 2010
- 3. PCF Kindergarten TelokBlangah, Singapore Kualitasdarisumberdayamanusiasangatmenentukanpertumbuhanekonomisebuahnegara. The quality of a nation’s human resource determines its economic growth.
- 4. “At greatest risk are jobs that can be expressed in programmable rules – blue collar, clerical, and similar work that requires moderate skills and used to pay middle-class wages.” Source: Levy & Murnane 2005
- 5. How the demand for skills has changedEconomy-wide measures of routine and non-routine task input (USA) Sementarakebutuhantenagakerjadengankeahlian yang tidakbiasajustrumeningkatpadaperiode yang sama. Mean task input as percentiles of the 1960 task distribution Kebutuhantenagakerjadengankeahlian yang biasa-biasasajadanmengandalkankeahlian manual sudahsangatberkurangselama 50 tahunterakhir. (Levy and Murnane) Source: Levy & Murnane 2005
- 6. Beliefs Interest Appreciation Confidence Perseverance Monitoring of one’s own thinking Self-regulation of learning Attitudes Metacognition Numerical calculation Algebraic manipulation Spatial visualization Data analysis Measurement Use of mathematical tools Estimation Mathematical Problem Solving Reasoning, communication & connections Thinking skills & heuristics Application & modelling Skills Processes Concepts Numerical Algebraic Geometrical Statistical Probabilistic Analytical Mathematics Curriculum Framework
- 7. PSLE: Primary 6 National Examination
- 8. PSLE: Primary 6 National Examination
- 9. Example 1 The perimeter of the figure is 99 cm. How many pieces of the triangles are used to make the figure? equilateral triangles of side 3 cm based on PSLE 2010
- 10. Example 2 A shop sells curry puffs for 40 cents each. Find the greatest number of curry puffs that can be bought using $95. 9500 ÷ 40 = 237.5 $95 ÷ $0.40 = 237.5 The greatest number of curry puffs that can be bought is 237. based on Specimen Paper PSLE
- 11. Example 3
- 12. The total number of stamps in Album A, Album B and Album C was 444 at first. Dennis gave away 3/5 of the stamps from Album A, put 24 more new stamps into Album B and added some stamps into Album C until the number of stamps in Album C became three times its original number. The ratio of the number of stamps in Album A to that in Album B to that in Album C became 2 : 5 : 9. How many more stamps were there in Album C than Album A in the end? (TeckWhye Primary School, Primary 6) Album A Album B Album C
- 13. The total number of stamps in Album A, Album B and Album C was 444 at first. Dennis gave away 3/5 of the stamps from Album A, put 24 more new stamps into Album B and added some stamps into Album C until the number of stamps in Album C became three times its original number. The ratio of the number of stamps in Album A to that in Album B to that in Album C became 2 : 5 : 9. How many more stamps were there in Album C than Album A in the end? (TeckWhye Primary School, Primary 6) 7 units ? 7 units 36 x 7 = 210 + 42 = 252 There were 252 more stamps in Album C than Album A in the end. Album A Album B Album C 468 13 units 444 + 24 = 468 1 unit 468 ÷ 13 = 36 390 78
- 14. Example 4
- 15. ABCD is a square. Given that PQ = PR = PS and that AB is parallel to QS and is perpendicular to PR, find QRS. R A B Q S D P C based on PSLE 2009
- 16. Singapore Math
- 17. Princes Elizabeth Primary School Wellington Primary School
- 18. Features
- 19. Concrete Learning
- 20. CPA Approach
- 21. Kemampuanuntukvisualisasiadalahkompetensidasardalampembelajaranmatematika. The ability to visualize is a core competency in mathematics learning Maths Champion (Indonesia) Earlybird Kindergarten Mathematics
- 22. Pensar sin Limites (Chile) Maths Champion (Indonesia)
- 23. Primary Mathematics Standards Edition (United States of America) Ateneo de Manila Grade School, The Philippines
- 24. Spiral Approach
- 25. Spiral Approach
- 26. Spiral Approach
- 27. Spiral Approach
- 28. Principle of Variability
- 29. Principle of Variability
- 30. mathz4kidz, Penang Choice of Materials PCF Kindergarten TanjongPagar, Singapore
- 31. Choice of Examples
- 32. based on multiple intelligences
- 33. ACT Framework for mathz4kidz
- 34. Focus on Attitude
- 35. Focus on Communication
- 36. Fuchun Primary School, Singapore Anglo Singapore International School, Bangkok, Thailand
- 37. Focus on Thinking mathz4kidz, Penang, Malaysia
- 38. 2 - = x mathz4kidz, Penang, Malaysia Focus on Thinking
- 39. ACT
- 40. Sweden Median U S A Japan Singapore TIMSS2007 Grade 4 Trends in Mathematics Advanced 3 10 5 41 23 & Science Studies High 24 40 26 74 61 Intermediate 69 77 67 92 89 their understanding Low 93 95 90 98 98 in a variety of complex situations apply and knowledge
- 41. Program for Students’ Achievement
- 42. Teacher Education Course in Chile
- 43. BinaBangsa School, Bandung, Indonesia mathz4kidz, Penang, Malaysia
- 44. Edgewood Elementary School, New York, USA Fuchun Primary School, Singapore
- 45. Catholic High School (Primary), Singapore Victory Christian International School, Manila
- 46. Escuela de Guatemala, Vina del Mar, Chile
- 47. mathz4kidz Seminar for Parents Problem-Solving Approach in Mathematics Learning DrYeap Ban Har banhar.yeap@pathlight.org.sg Marshall Cavendish Institute Singapore

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