San Francisco, CA
Dec 4-5, 2017

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Teaching Math For Mastery

A two-day In-Depth Introduction to the Singapore Method

Get equipped with the skills and knowledge you need to teach the Singapore method of math for mastery — in just two days.

This condensed yet in-depth course summarizes over 20 years of pedagogy research, and introduces the fundamentals of the Singapore method. Expect to leave with a fresh perspective on teaching math, and equipped to teach for mastery the following week.

Teachers, School Leaders and Educational Professionals can now until Dec, 2 for only $750 USD. Seating is limited.

Course Highlights

  • Learn concepts you can actually use: the CPA approach, bar modelling, number bonds, and more
  • Discover efficient strategies to foster a deep understanding of math in students
  • Get in-depth knowledge from the world’s leading expert on the Singapore method, Dr. Yeap Ban Har
  • Connect with a network of teachers, school leaders, math experts, and good people — all under one roof

Who Should Attend

This course is for anyone dedicated to raising standards of math in Grades 1 to 6. No prior experience, course work, or expertise in math required.


Two-day Intensive, San Francisco, CA
Dec 45, 2017 — $750 USD

450 Powell St.
San Francisco, CA
94102
USA

Transit to Sir Francis Drake (A Kimpton Hotel):
Close to BART stations.
5 blocks from Montgomery St. Station and Powell St. Station. 

Happy Teachers

ABOUT DR YEAP BAN HAR: SERIES CONSULTANT

Ban Har is the lead consultant for the Maths — No Problem! Primary Series. One of the world’s leading experts on the Singapore method and teaching to mastery, he was essential in developing and revising the Singapore maths curriculum in 2013.

Dr. Yeap Ban Har
 


The Singapore Method Takes the Mystery Out of Math — For Good


The Singapore method of teaching math for mastery prompts a deep and meaningful understanding of math in all students.

Students gain a strong sense of mathematical fluency by exploring essential concepts through a wider range of exercises and at a gradual pace. Instead of relying on rote memorization, students learn to reason mathematically — enabling all learners to solve increasingly complex problems.

The Singapore method is an amalgamation of global ideas delivered as an efficient package of teaching methods and resources. It is the result of over 20 years of research, and has been refined by academics, experts, teachers, and consultants from around the world.


Course Agenda

Day OneDay Two
8:30Registration and Welcome Coffee8:45Registration and Welcome Coffee
9:00The Big Picture9:00Model Method: Fractions
10:45Refreshments10:45Refreshments
11:00Addition and Subtraction11:00Quadratic Session
12:30Lunch12:30Lunch
13:30Multiplication and Division13:30Case Study: Geometry
14:45Refreshments14:45Refreshments
15:00Model Method: Whole Numbers15:00Challenging Advanced Learners
16:30End of Day One16:15End of Day Two

In Depth Mastery Course



Maths – No Problem!

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