週一 09 十二 2019

Mathematics Aim

  1. To enhance students' interest and confidence in mathematics.
  2. To improve students' problem solving skills.
  3. To develop students' ability to communicate with others and express their views clearly and logically in mathematical language.
  4. To develop students' critical and logical thinking ability.
  5. To facilitate students' collaboration and communication skills.

 

Modern Education Resources Platform for self-learning program

ØObjectives:

-    Help students to establish an appropriate and regular self-learning habit through browsing  
Modern Education Resources Platform (Student Web)

-    Through doing the online test, students can consolidate the math concept frequently and regularly

-    Through the self-learning function, students can make a revision by themselves.

 

 

 

Maths Competition

Internal

Aims: 

  1. To enhance students' interest and confidence in mathematics.
  2. Choose the students to join Math School Team. 

Qualification :
P1 – P6 students

Times :
June 2016

Awards:

 

  • Winner , 1-st runner up and 2-nd runner up for each grade from P1-P6.
  • Certificate for the fourth to tenth.
  • Top ten winners of grade3, 4 and 5 may be chosen to be a member of Math School Team.

 

p1a p1b
P2a p2b
P3a p3b
P4a p4b
P5a p5b
P6a P6b
P6c

 

External

 Aims:

 

  • Expose to students different math types and questions, in particular Olympiad Math questions.
  • Provide problem solving skills training.
  • Encourage students to join external math competitions

 

Qualification :
P4 – P6 students chosen by teachers.
P4 : 1 groups
P5 : 1 group
P6 : 1 group

 

Times :
 10/2014 – 6/2015

Awards :
14-15

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p1-2a p3a
p4a p5
p6a

 

 

 

 

Maths Club

Aims:

Through organizing a variety of maths related activities, we wish to help students to consolidate their basic knowledge in Maths, to improve their problem-solving ability, to enrich their knowledge base, and to recognize the usefulness of Maths in daily lives.

 

Activities:

1.Speed Calculation Day(All students can join)

Date and Time:Every Monday to Thursday at recess

Venue:In classroom

2.Thinking Activity(Members only)

Date and Time:Every Wednesday at recess

Venue:School Hall

Contents:Intelligent games, Chess, Problem-solving games, etc.

3.Topic-based Activity(Members only)

Date:According to students’ levels

P.1 & 2, P.3 & 4, P.5 & 6 (3 afterschool days per term for each group)

Time:to be continued.

Venue:Room 403 (3R classroom)

Content:Designated maths games and activities taught by teachers

Quota: Around 20 students for each grade.

List of members: to be continued

 


Executive Committee:
2015-2016

Chairman

to be continued

Vice-Chairman

to be continued

Secretary

to be continued

Publicity Secretary

to be continued

General Affairs Secretary

to be continued


 

 

Pre-Secondary bridging course development program (Mathematics)

 Background
Our school revived to a DSS primary school and formed a “through-train school” with Po Leung Kuk Laws Foundation College since 2005-2006.
Po Leung Kuk Laws Foundation Collegae’s curriculum using English as medium of instruction. Therefore, the implementation of the program helps students to adapt the learning of mathematics in secondary school.

 

Aim

To get well-prepared to study mathematics by using English as teaching medium

To create a conducive environment, in order to enhance students’ language ability.


 

 

“Calculator” Curriculum

Integrating the use of calculator in the Maths curriculum
With the rapid development of IT in education, 2001 Maths curriculum syllabus proposed to integrate the use of calculator and its application as teaching tools in the Maths curriculum. The addition of the use of calculator in the curriculum purports to reduce students' time on calculating complicated sums, enhance students' critical and problem solving skills, and promote the proper attitude on using calculators.

 

 

Do decimal multiplication sums sound easy to them? Let's see who is the fastest to arrive at the answers?

 

 

Can a human brain beat a calculator in terms of accuracy and speed? Let's find it out!

 

 

 

 

Utilizing concrete thinking skills to enhance students' sense on Maths and problem solving skills

Through a series of learning activities, we strive to cultivate students' concrete thinking skills. The learning activities aims at enhancing students' sense on Maths with our explanation on some abstract objects with concrete objects
Assist students in developing a set of concrete thinking tools to analyze the meaning of application sums. Help students visualize the data in the sums graphically to promote students' problem- solving skills
Endeavor to rectify students' misguided attitude on approaching application sums, establish students' self confidence on attempting difficult sums, encourage them to try the sums despite the difficulties

 

 

 

 

Fostering P.4 & P.5 students on spatial sense development in the Maths curriculum

 

The inclusion of "the relationship between graphs and space" in the curriculum, plus a series of systematic learning initiatives and IT curriculum in the enrichment programme ensure students firmly grasp the spatial sense and resolve sums regarding "graphs and space", such as calculation on perimeter and area.

 

   

 

 

 

P.3 Maths learning activities on cultivating students' creativity and problem solving skills
Through a series of systematic learning activities, we strive to cultivate students' creativity and problem solving skills and promote their learning interest.

 

 

 

Application and development on SEEDS project- framework underpinning students' learning effectiveness to maximize primary students' learning and teaching effectiveness

Objectives:
This project is a framework documenting students' learning performance. This incorporates a basic competency index at the end of each learning stage. It aims at facilitating learning evaluation, development of appropriate learning, teaching and evaluation coursework, and teaching exemplars to demonstrate students' learning progress.