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Seminar-Workshop Sets up for Math Teachers
Date Posted: 2009-03-06

The math teachers from the public and private elementary and secondary schools should not miss this very occasional seminar-workshop with the renowned and respected international math experts from China, Canada, Taiwan, Indonesia and the Philippines at Richville Hotel, Mandaluyong City on the following dates:

Elementary School Teachers    :  April 29 to May 1, 2009
High School Teachers       :  May 4 to May 6, 2009

 
This Math Teachers' Circle Seminar-Workshop with the theme, "Achieving Desired Learning Competencies of Students in Mathematics" is this year's package of the Mathematics Trainers' Guild, Philippines to math teachers in the country in its effort to contribute to the thrust of the Department of Education in uplifting the quality of instructions in every math class. This seminar- workshop is designed to equip math teachers with useful insights on mathematical contents and concepts with the introduction of current best teaching practices. The objectives of this seminar-workshop are to:

  1. Enhance teaching skills and competence to improve students' performance output in mathematics;
  2. Familiarize teachers on the appropriate use of educational technologies to enhance learning;
  3. Develop teachers' competence in teaching mathematics through the introduction of effective strategies to fill in gaps in concepts and skills; and
  4. Enrich teaching skills through research-based approach to developing numeracy competence giving teachers more extensive mathematical knowledge.

The teacher participants will be in the best hands of the world's leading math experts like Dr. Andy Liu, Professor of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Alberta Canada; Prof. Wen-Hsien Sun, Executive Director of Chiu Chang Mathematics Education Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan; Ir. Ridwan Hasan Saputra, President and Director of KPM Math Clinic, Indonesia; Prof. Huan Peter Zheng and Prof. Yu Zou from China with our very own Filipino mathematician, Dr. Simon Chua who will offer a different experience to improve instructional system that increases student performance in mathematics.

Registration is on a First Come, First Serve basis. With regard to REGISTRATION FEE and other details, please feel free to contact Mr. Robert Degolacion at his email address, rjd182001@yahoo.com on or before April 16, 2009.