A partnership for the betterment of the students.
M.Zed Christian School teamed up with IPPO Japanese Math to help M.Zed students improve their mathematical abilities and for the students to have a better foundation of it.
It all started last September 19,2017. It would be a half year program, hopefully a longer program that would expand to M.Zed’s curriculum.
Before letting the students do Abacus, IPPO Teacher Richel explained how the Abacus is being used by the students in the classroom.
It is better if the parents themselves know how this education be integrated to their child’s system.
IPPO would tend to also collect data for research purposes regarding the mathematical abilities of Filipinos.
In this photo, parents are answering the Calculation Test that measures their Addition, Multiplication and Division skills.
T.Richel is currently explaining to students the basic of Abacus calculations.
Every lesson we do a quick review for students to check their comprehension.
This is one way that the student’s brain be activated before doing Abacus Calculation.
Von, a fast learner. He may stumble sometimes but he can really stand and do calculations on his own.
A job well done, Von!
In, Abacus Education, students would raise their hand if they have something to ask or would need the assistance of the teacher.
This is one of the ways wherein students develops patience and would tend to wait till the the teacher is available.
Sky, is a Grade 3 student and is one of the 2nd batch students that we are teaching.
We hope to sharpen your mathematical skills and make math easier for you students.
Every student is given the freedom to work on their goals.
Focus and Concentration are gradually developed through repetition.
Thank you for the appreciation students. Your teachers from IPPO are very proud of what you have accomplish in a short span of time.
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