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Jumpstart Your Singapore Math 2022 Registration is Open

This is a WORKshop Opportunities for discourse After hours learning! Hands-on learning Even during Covid! We are pleased to announce this summer's Jumpstart Your Singapore Math … [Keep Reading...]

Jumpstart 2022 – Save the Date!

Content Rich - Useful resources - Great delivery! One of the Best PDs! Sandy Starkins Grade 2 Teacher We are pleased to announce the return of Jumpstart Your Singapore Math, an intensive, two-day workshop.If you are: new to the Singapore approach to math instruction...needing a refresher to boost your math teaching skills...curious about the reasons for … [Keep Reading...]

Summer Workshops Onsite and Online!

Greetings Fellow Math Enthusiast! We hope you and your colleagues have had a wildly successful school year, (at least "wild" school year) and, as the year winds down, we'd like to remind you of our flagship onsite and online Singapore Math trainings. Sessions are filling up quickly! Find a full description of each session on our website or click the location below to register: Jumpstart … [Keep Reading...]

Making Math Masters

My students love math class. In fact, many will tell you math is their favorite subject. Why? They’ll tell you it’s because Singapore math is fun. I’d say it’s because once they understand how math works, they become confident in their abilities. So what exactly is Singapore math? Wait, math from Singapore? Isn’t that … [Keep Reading...]

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Announcing Summer 2021 Jumpstart Your Singapore Math Workshops

I couldn’t imagine teaching this year without this class. It was amazing! Joanne Pilon 6-8 Math, Holy Family Academy We are pleased to announce the return of Jumpstart, an intensive, two-day workshop … [Keep Reading...]

Number Strings as a Math Warm-Up…

...or cool down, or any time a teacher wants to get students working mental math. Number strings are short mental math activities designed so that students work several calculations in their head … [Keep Reading...]

Recent Singapore Math in the news

Photo credit Monica Lim There have been several items in various news outlets this past week. From Boston.com comes the story: Wellesley math teachers learn Singapore techniques from Tenacre … [Keep Reading...]

Understanding trumps tricks

My friend Allison (MIT graduate in Mathematics) recently explained why she struggled with inequalities as a child. To help students remember which way the inequality sign pointed, the teacher drew … [Keep Reading...]

Burroughs Wellcome Fund brings Singapore Math Pilot to North Carolina

Thanks to a $1.2 million grant, six North Carolina schools will participate in the Singapore Math Pilot, a partnership with the Department of Public Instruction and State Board of Education. The … [Keep Reading...]