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Método Singapur para enseñar Matemáticas Estudios han indicado que la enseñanza de matemáticas en los países asiáticos sobrepasa la enseñanza de matemáticas estándar en el mundo occidental. El país de Singapur es un reconocido líder mundial en la educación de matemáticas. Las matemáticas de Singapur se introdujo por primera vez en los Estados Unidos en 1998. Los estudiantes entonces pasan a una fase de dibujo y se gradúan a un nivel abstracto. Las matemáticas de Singapur es un equilibrio entre los ejercicios y la solución creativa de problemas. Los estudiantes son incentivados a pensar en el problema paso por paso. La comprensión, retención, gusto por la lectura y la aplicación de las matemáticas son problemas muy marcados en las escuelas. Método Gráfico de Singapur. 1. En el Método Singapur, el maestro es un provocador, un orientador, un conductor. Singapur y la investigación relacionada con las matemáticas está disponible en estos sitios:

Khan Academy Power Basic Programs Learners are guided toward mastery of essential math concepts from basic operations through fractions, decimals, and percents and the fundamentals of algebra and geometry. Through practice, review, word problems, and real-world activities, this program is designed to assure that students of all abilities master essential math concepts. Power Basics’ on-level content and below-level readability pack a powerful punch. Designed to provide students with on-level content at a controlled reading level, the Power Basics ® program includes the following components: Student Text, Workbook, Test Pack, and accompanying teacher guide or answer key for all components. Enables student mastery of core content that meets the standards Supports differentiation and all levels of learning Includes student-friendly design in a small, lightweight, soft-cover text Features extensive practice and review and frequent opportunities for assessment Includes Student Text, Workbook, Test Pack, and Answer Key

Moving with Math September 2007 So it's Monday and I'm just doing my weekend reflection. I figure I can get away with it since so many cool things went on during the week! Last Sunday, we were invited, last minute, to enjoy lunch with a couple of families from church. The next couple of days were pretty normal. Wednesday, my bestest friend Jenny came over for the afternoon. I went to the dentist this week only to find out that he has to do something to fix my popping jaws. Thursday, Caroline and I went to have lunch with a sweet lady from church. Saturday was full of SEC football, including our beloved Vols being killed by the Gators. Saturday evening, hubby and I headed off to Rhythm & Roots. It was a nice week.

Singapore Math Problems | SingaporeMathSource This tweet posted by the National Council on Teacher Quality (@NCTQ) caught my eye: Now, I’ve heard decomposing called “branching” but can’t remember ever seeing this in a Singapore textbook. Where did this problem come from? It’s nice that NCTQ recognizes Singapore’s Math as “tops in the world.” But it’s discouraging to see methods and terminology that are not a part of the Singapore curriculum attributed to it. The problem posted is based on the concept of “Number Bonds,” which calls for students to decompose numbers (this is the term used in Singapore and in all major Singapore Math® textbooks distributed in the U.S.). This matter points to my BIG concern: As publishers and others adapt Singapore’s Math for the American market, new approaches creep in. So my plea to NCTQ: please use examples from an actual Singapore mathematics text when citing the components that make it so successful. Number Bonds problems in Singapore Math® textbooks From the U.S. And finally, from Math in Focus:

Narzędzia matematyczne dla ucznia: Graphmatica « Młody Technik Poza Microsoft Math, który to znakomity bezpłatny program matematyczny omawiałem tu od kilku miesięcy, istnieje oczywiście wiele innych, spełniających podobne funkcje – wszystkie, lub tylko niektóre. Jednym z moich ulubionych jest dość już stary program Keitha Hertzera Graphmatica (aktualna wersja 2.09g dla Windows pochodzi z roku 2009, została uaktualniona w styczniu roku 2010 i pobierzesz ja pod adresem przeznaczony głównie do badania zmienności funkcji jednej zmiennej rzeczywistej oraz do graficznego rozwiązywania nierówności, znajdowania stycznych, obliczania pochodnych i całek. Jest to program o zdumiewająco małych rozmiarach jak na bogactwo swoich funkcji (pakiet instalacyjny ma ledwo 376 KB) i – oczywiście – w związku z tym piekielnie szybki w działaniu. Dostępny jest w kilku językach, wśród których nie ma niestety polskiego; do dalszych rozważań wybierzemy zatem wersję angielską. „> A oto wybór wyglądu przestrzeni roboczej, którego ja dokonałem: „> „> „> - Achieve More Life of Fred Mathematics NHELD

Many parents, though, don't intuitively know how to teach a concept, and the Singapore textbooks don't include the explanations. by maymaybean Apr 23

I've used both Singapore & Math Mammoth, and definitely prefer Math Mammoth by maymaybean Apr 23

About SM & MM: I'd prefer to use both, because none of the word problems were better than SM, but they did ask for some different things. I'm thinking that the combination will be fabulous.

But Singapore Math is still hands down my favourite for that level of math. I think it's great to do more than one math program because there isn't a perfect math program out there. by maymaybean Apr 23

While each level has both a teacher guide and a home instructor’s guide available, the latter is designed specifically for homeschoolers, is less expensive, and is what I recommend. You do not need bo by maymaybean Apr 23

The scope and sequence of the U.S. Editions does not align with state or national standards. For example, they leave most work on graphs, statistics, and probability for upper levels rather than teaching these concepts in elementary grades. Instead they focus on laying a solid foundation in basic concepts and processes using a three-step process, taking children from concrete, to pictorial, then abstract approaches to learning. Since I prefer this approach over that of the standards, I would recommend the U.S. Editions rather than the Standards Editions in most situations. by maymaybean Apr 23

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