Hi everyone, maybe by now you have heard of IPPO Japanese Math School. We teach Abacus Education to kids and adults who would like to improve their mathematical skills.
Wanna improve your child’s mathematical skills?
Let your child be the No. 1 Math student in School by learning math the Japanese Way. Let’s have an inside look at the progress of IPPO’s students.
IPPO’s Humble Beginnings
We started with 7 students. Every student is unique in every way. During that time our youngest student was 5 and the oldest was 55.
It was very challenging to collect students for Filipinos don’t have knowledge about Abacus Education and its advantages but it didn’t stop us from teaching and advocating the usefulness of learning Abacus.
Students young and old start from the beginning and learn the basic of doing Abacus.
The IPPO family continues to grow. From 7 students, we now have 30 students who are passionately learning Math the Japanese Way.
Using the Abacus as a tool to help them learn and love Math as the same time.
Every student has their own personality and their own way of learning. In Abacus Education, we respect every student’s pace so that they can improve by themselves.
Learning Abacus is also challenging but rest assured every student can improve their basic mathematical skills.
Every grade, the students work on a worksheet within 10 minutes and manages their own time to accomplish their set goals.
Students have their monthly Abacus, Anzan and Yomiage-Anzan exam. These exams are taken by students who are now ready to do the next step.
Each student will receive a certificate as a proof of their achievement. Everyone gives their all in order to pass the exam.
These are the kids doing Abacus here in Cebu. Improving mathematical foundations so that Learning Math would be easy and fun. Build your foundation, Join us in IPPO. See you!!
Latest posts by Pau (see all)
- Are Abacus Classes Really Helpful? - December 2, 2017
- Students Learning Abacus in Banawa, Cebu - November 18, 2017
- Enhance your Mathematical Skills Through Abacus Education - November 11, 2017