Singapore Math

V-DOSE Education Guided Singapore Math with Michelle Reyes

Monday, September 28, 2020

     Let's talk about one subject that everyone hates- M.A.T.H. Yes, this subject has been dreaded since time immemorial. Even yours truly is frightened whenever my son tells me that he has homework in Math. I'm not a fan of this subject, in fact, I hate it too or should I say it's my waterloo. Lol! Fast forward today, I was shocked when I discovered that he'll be studying this subject in distance learning using the Singapore Math approach. As a parent who feels uneasy teaching Math, I'm having second thoughts if my son will understand the lesson properly online.

     I believe that in order for the child to understand the lesson, parents must know the lesson. The pandemic has caused anxiety and stress to all and it continues to change states of living across the world. We need to adjust in academics, hygiene, modern workplace, habits and behaviors. In line with these developments, the instructional video platform, V-DOSE Education, was created. In order to enhance learning and satisfy the curiosity of thousands of people experiencing the world through the Internet, V-DOSE Education brings the craft and knowledge of educators across various fields unto a visual storytelling stage. I got relieved when I attended the virtual conference weeks ago because this kind of platform is a big help for parents who are also struggling to teach their child, especially in Mathematics. More information about V-Dose Education after the jump!

V-DOSE Education Guided Singapore Math with Michelle Reyes
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5 New Ways to Enrich Your Child’s Summer at Galileo Learning Centers

Thursday, March 16, 2017

     As summer approaches, many parents are looking for activities to keep their children busy instead of staying home the whole day playing with their gadgets or watching telenovelas with their yayas. It is an ideal time to take a break from the usual school routine, but also an opportunity for students to learn outside of the traditional classroom and pick up new interests along the way.

     Studies have shown it is important that learning should not stop even when school is out. Educators have found that a learning gap called the “summer slide” occurs in the summer vacation months. Rowie Matti, Galileo Learning Program CEO says, “students could lose up to two months of literacy and math skills, especially at the preschool and grade school stage.” This is crucial, as this could affect their foundation for learning and affect their academic performance in the long run.”

5 New Ways to Enrich Your Child’s Summer at Galileo Learning Centers


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