Todd Elementary School in Briarcliff Manor recently was selected to host Marshall Cavendish executives, who observed how the Singapore Math® program and its digital component are used in the United States.
Fourth-grade teachers Lorraine McDermott and Melissa Magliulo’s class hosted the visit Nov. 12. Visitors included Peng Yim Siew, CEO of Times Publishing Group, who traveled from Singapore to observe the class, as well as Vivian Cheng, area director of Marshall Cavendish, part of Times Publishing Group.
Principal Nadine McDermott said the executives wanted to visit the school to learn about different strategies the teachers are using in class and implement those best practices in schools around the world. Although many elementary schools in the United States use the Singapore Math® program in their curricula, Siew said he chose Todd Elementary School for his visit because he noticed the teaching of the material is consistent and allows students to think logically.
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From reviewing the landscape of Singapore Math® to hands-on teaching strategies including anchor tasks and bar modeling, the 5th Annual Singapore Math® Summer Institute: Where Content Meets Pedagogy in St. Louis, Missouri was an enlightening 3-day event.
Fraction Concepts, Solving World Problems Using Bar Models and Journal Writing in Mathematics were just a few of the sessions presented at this professional development event in which an international collection of speakers and attendees had the opportunity to network and share their Singapore Math® classroom success stories and challenges.
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Bright future for Nelson Mandela Elementary and its students! The school is engaged in an innovation process that will be highly beneficial for its students. Our PD trainer, Chris Coyne, have been working closely to help Nelson Mandela School implement the Singapore Math® method effectively and ultimately improve students’ performance in math.
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Parents and teachers together demanded the adoption of Singapore Math® in Radnor, PA for the 2016-17 school year. Math in Focus®, published by Marshall Cavendish Education, is one of the curriculums selected by the Radnor Township School Board curriculum committee.
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