Now more than ever, we rely on the information and trends at our fingertips that help us make decisions.
But having data right in front of you won’t help if you don’t know how to use it properly. Teaching learners how to gather and make sense of information is what helps them understand the world around them.
That’s why Maths — No Problem! lessons are based on Bruner’s spiral curriculum model. Every lesson is a continuation of previous learning and core skills are continuously revisited at higher levels.
Take statistics for example. Children are introduced to statistics in Year 1 and they continue to build on their learning as they move up through the primary years until they can read and interpret data sets with confidence.