Stack Modeling as Mathematical Art

Gain that competitive edge, by being a creative Singapore math educator and problem solver! Title available on App Store and Google play. One Singapore’s problem-solving strategy that is gaining currency among more and more local teachers in Singapore is the Detalles

The Lighter Side of Innumeracy

Scanning a QR Code may still work! From: Scott Stratten’s “QR Codes Kill Kittens“ Most of us may not admit it, but we’ve all fallen victim to the lure of innumeracy—the mathematical equivalent of illiteracy—consciously or unconsciously. Here are twenty Detalles

Singapore Math Books on the Bar Model Method

In recent years, because of the popularity of Singapore math books being promoted and used in many countries, suddenly local publishers seemed to have been hit by an aha! moment. They realized that it’s timely (or simply long overdue?) that Detalles

7000+ Drill-and-Kill Singapore Math Questions

Based on the average number of questions contained in an assessment (or supplementary) math book these days, it can be estimated that most students in Singapore would have solved some seven thousand math questions by the time they had graduated Detalles

Number Patterns on Social Media

If you had been on Facebook for some time, it’s very likely that you would have come across a certain type of numbers puzzles streaming your feed. Clearly, they’re not quite the typical numerical puzzles that often appear in school Detalles

Some Fun with Stewart Francis’s Puns In my formative years, I don’t recall any elementary school teachers sharing some mathematical puns with us. I suppose that the arithmetic of yesteryear was often taught in the most uninteresting way by many who probably didn’t look forward to teaching Detalles