Transition seamlessly to Secondary 1
Build Foundation for Abstract Science!
Secondary-level Science is vastly different from Primary Science as students are often stumped by its ABSTRACT Scientific concepts.
There is NO GUARANTEE that students will continue to excel in secondary school in spite of their primary science results.
From our years of experience, students who have a strong head start tend to excel in the Science in their secondary school.
Here's the reason: having a head start gives them a sense of confidence and pride when they answer questions in class, which paramounts to liking the subjects taught!
Help your child transition smoothly into Secondary Science as they embrace the next phase of their education with confidence!
Transition from Model to Algebra!
Secondary-level Maths are heavily based on the use of ALGEBRIC EQUATIONS. However, many students have limited exposure to algebra and STUGGLE during this transition from model drawing to algebra.
Most students are deeply entrenched in the use of ‘rectangles’ and stumble through Secondary-level Math.
And in case you’re wondering exactly how important algebra is, here’s some numbers – 60% in secondary 1, 80% in secondary 2 and almost 100% in secondary 3 onwards.
If not handled well, your child too could end up feeling demoralised, and even become resistant towards learning new Maths topics and concepts.
Join our workshop to discover how your child can smoothly transits from model to algebra and continues to enjoy Maths in secondary school!
Author and pioneer of TCR Science Answering Technique.
Over 15 years of experience in coaching teachers and students.
Former MOE HOD and teacher.
Principal coach @ Math Heuristics with more than 10 years of teaching in MOE. The author of five bestselling books on Maths Heuristics and has been covered by The Straits Times, The Business Times, TODAY, FM938LIVE, parenting magazines.
mathsHeuristics™ bucks the trend of getting students to approach mathematical questions by topics. Instead, we train them to approach questions with a problem-solving mindset. This entails dissecting a problem, choosing a heuristics technique, and using the technique to solve a question.. This technique is our brainchild. Students will use this systematic technique to solve scenarios.