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数学 Mathematics


    • 波利亚解题方法
    • 解题是学习数学的核心。教师在教学过程中教授波利亚解题方法的四个阶段—— 理解问题、设计解题策略、按步解题、回顾解答。为了更好地满足学生的差异与学习需要,教师搭建适合学生程度的学习鹰架,提供适当的支援,以培养和扩展学生的数学推理和思维能力,并为之后的解题过程做好准备。
    • 数学探索角落
             “数学探索角落”的设置旨在让学生在休息期间通过各种游戏提升数学学习的乐趣。这些精心挑选出来的游戏能够推动学生数学推理和策略性思维的发展。比方说“Sleeping Queens”、“ 7 ate 9”、“Zeus on the Loose” 和 “Blokus”这几个游戏,能够促进学生策略性思维、算术技能和空间想象能力的发展。
    • 思维习惯

The key Math Programme aims to enable our students to:
    • acquire Mathematical concepts and skills for everyday use and continuous learning in mathematics;
    • cultivate positive Attitudes towards mathematics;
    • develop Thinking, reasoning, communication, application and metacognitive skills through a mathematical approach to problem solving; and
    • practise Habits of Mind when confronted with problems.

Math Thinking Programme consists of
    • Polya’s Problem Solving Process
       Mathematical problem solving is central to mathematics learning. The Polya’s Problem Solving steps are explicitly taught in the mathematics classroom. To better meet the diverse learning needs of our students, our teachers will vary the degree of scaffolding through differentiated instructions to develop and stretch our students’ mathematical reasoning and thinking skills for process skills worksheets.

    • Math Odyssey
       The Math Odyssey aims to promote joy of learning in mathematics by allowing students to explore various games during recess. The games are specifically selected to stimulate mathematical reasoning and strategy development in a collaborative setting. Some examples of the games are Sleeping Queen, 7 ate 9, Zeus on the Loose and Blokus which sharpen students’ strategic thinking along with valuable arithmetic skills and spatial visualisation skills.

    • Habits of Mind
       Habits of Mind is knowing how to behave intelligently when one doesn’t know the answer. The programme aims to develop 3 out of the 16 Habits of Mind, Striving for Accuracy, Persisting, and Flexible Thinking, as identified by Costa and Kallick. These habits empower the students to use their mathematical knowledge and skills to solve problems.