More than Mathematics

1 Relational learning: The programme’s Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach allows students to gain an understanding of how things happen, understand the relationship in Maths and learn how to break whole problems into smaller parts.

A programme that aims to develop children’s critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.

USING drawings, 3D objects and building blocks to solve Maths problems may be unusual to some, but these are just some of the tools that have been effectively used.

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