Why Group Size Matters in Math Tuition
Many years ago when I was studying in one of Singapore’s top secondary schools in Singapore, Mathematics used to be my problem subject and I remember going for tuition class in the bid to improve my grades. Unfortunately, I benefited little from tuition there. With so many students per session, the tutor had little time to coach each of us individually and I always left the class as clueless as before. After a while, my mum found me another private tutor who only coached a maximum of three students per session; I went on to ace my ‘O’ Level Math and the rest is history. Fast forward to the present and I guess small-group tuition continues to be the preference for many parents and students after all these years.
Ionic Equation (2)
In my previous video, we have learnt to write ionic equations with state symbols of the compounds provided. This video teaches you to write ionic equations when state symbols are not given. You will learn to use the solubility table of compounds to help you determine the state symbols. The content of this video is based on the Singapore GCE O Level Chemistry Syllabus and is suitable for Sec 3 and Sec 4 students. Students who are taking GCSE, IP, IB (SL) Exams will find this lesson relevant to their studies as well.
Ionic Equation (1)
This video teaches you to write ionic equations from chemical equations.Content of this video is based on the Singapore GCE O Level Chemistry Syllabus, and is suitable for Sec 3 and Sec 4 students.
Mathematics Homework in Singapore Secondary School
Homework provides an opportunity for students to extend and consolidate what they have learnt in school and for teachers to extend the time for learning beyond the hours of formal schooling. In Singapore, many schools do not have a policy on homework assignments. However, in most mathematics lessons, teachers assign their students homework on a regular basis, i.e., after every lesson or after every two or more lessons.
Find Your Child Uninterested In Math
Singapore Math is a program with a unique framework with a focus on building problem-solving skills and an in-depth understanding of essential math skills. 100% of primary schools in Singapore uses the Singaporean Math Model Approach. This is why it is so important for a child to master the methodology to be able to do well in school. In a typical classroom, the ratio of students to teachers is about 30 kids to 1 teacher and the attention given to each and every student by a teacher would be much lesser as compared to a one kid to one parent ratio. Find your child uninterested in Math? Here are a few possible reasons
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