Singapore Math Bar Model Training with Dr. Yeap Ban Har
April 18-19, 2019 | Washington DC

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Special topic: Teaching the Bar Model Method with Dr. Yeap Ban Har

Become a master of Singapore math bar models with this in-depth two day course

Looking to learn how to teach bar modelling in early mathematics? Our Singapore math training workshop is heading to DC! Over the course of two in-depth days, learn everything you need to know about the bar model method from the world’s leading math mastery expert — Dr. Yeap Ban Har.

The bar method is an essential component of the math mastery teaching model. It empowers students as early as Grade 1 with the mathematical skills needed to solve world problems, visualize essential mathematical concepts, and to quickly identify mathematical relationships. Progressing into Grade 2 to Grade 5 and beyond, the bar model method is a powerful tool that gives students a stable foundation to confidently approach increasingly complex mathematical situations — year after year.

This Singapore math training course isn’t like other professional development opportunities. Led by math mastery expert Dr. Yeap Ban Har, you’ll leave inspired and equipped to implement and teach various bar model techniques in your school. And after spending two in-depth days with world-renowned practitioners and like-minded people, you’ll learn what it takes to begin teaching Singapore math with an informed, stable understanding — and why it works.

Join us, discover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about bar modelling, and gain the skills you need to give you and your school a math boost. now until April 16, for only $650 USD. Space is limited!

Course highlights

  • Discover the basics of bar modelling, and why it is an essential Singapore math strategy.
  • Learn specific bar model methods that can be used to tackle a broad spectrum of math problems including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, word problems, and more.
  • Through hands-on experience, find out how interacting with and drawing bar models function as key steps within the concrete, pictorial, abstract (CPA) approach.
  • Connect with a network of teachers, school leaders, math experts, and good people — all under one roof.

Who should attend

This course is designed for anyone looking to develop powerful mathematical skills in elementary students.We’ve designed this course to progress from the basics (what is a bar model?) to advanced techniques, and to accommodate both math experts and non-specialist practitioners.

No previous experience with math mastery or Maths — No Problem! is necessary. This course is open to teachers, principals, math leads, consultants, and any other practitioner looking to make math better for everyone in their school.


Dr. Yeap Ban Har: Series Consultant

Dr. Yeap Ban Har is the world’s leading expert on the Singapore method and is the technical consultant for the Maths — No Problem! Series.

An accomplished and inspirational trainer, Ban Har spent 10 years at the National Institute of Education in Singapore where he was involved in several funded research programs in mathematics education. Ban Har was part of the team which reviewed the Singapore math curriculum for the revised 2013 syllabus and he teaches courses at tertiary institutions in South East Asia and North America.

Dr. Yeap Ban Har

“Thanks for a fantastic, interesting and informative course!! Come back soon!!!”

Pauline Campbell HillMath Co-ordinator

Bar Model Method

April 1819, 2019

Venue to be announced

Washington, DC

Only $650 USD

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Course Agenda

Day One Day Two
8:30 Coffee and Registration Coffee
9:00 Morning Session Morning Session
10:15 Break Break
10:30 Midday Session Midday Session
12:15 Lunch Lunch
13:00 Early Afternoon Session Early Afternoon Session
14:00 Break Break
14:15 Late Afternoon Session Late Afternoon Session
15:00 Wrap Up Wrap Up




 

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