How to help your kids with Math Problems?

Sorry for the lack of updates. It's exam week for my kids and I've been busy helping them review for their exams. Their test tomorrow is my most hated school subject "MATH". I took up nursing course because I thought that I won't have to deal with Math but I was wrong when we started learning dosage calculations and 'Med Math' for nursing school. You will find Math is needed in every aspect of real life but many kids count Maths as one of their most hated school subjects. 

Ask yourself these questions

Is your kids not doing well in Math?

Moms, you suffered in Math class yourself? 

Do you want your children to be better in Math?

The answer to our Math problems is KooBits Philippines

KooBits, a group of innovative educators and technologists developing digital tools and platforms to help children learn better, offers a happier ending through its latest product, ProblemSums.

It transforms Math problem-solving into daily learning activities, and enables students to tackle Math challenges as and when they are free and willing, yet retain the element of competition.

At the same time, ProblemSums responds to the technology boom in smartphones and tablet computers which has transformed lifestyles and created a lot of opportunities for learning on-the- go.

According to Stanley Han, the CEO and co-founder of Personal e-Motion Pte Ltd/ KooBits

• There is an increasing need to re-design traditional learning systems and content delivery to cater to a world where mobile technologies are proliferating.

• Lifestyles have shifted away from the time when learners had a couple of uninterrupted hours to immerse themselves in educational activities.

• They want to redesign their content to cater to the new lifestyle in order to effectively engage today’s digital natives.

• Designed to cultivate the potential of children in the subject, ProblemSums features challenging word problems as well as a differentiated skills map to maximize their level of proficiency.

Loh Cheng Yee, chief education consultant for the KooBits Math portalexplains:

•Each question from standard skills has 100 variations with their context, objects, quantities, and answers change with different permutations. But each one follows a consistent problem-solving pattern.

• The questions also go beyond the fill-in-the blank format as individual problem-solving process is documented, notes Yee, who has authored several texts and workbooks for primary schools.

A teacher in Catholic High School and Hwa Chong Institution for 18 years, she also highlights the importance of immediate feedback mechanisms in ProblemSums as well as the inclusion of homework, tests, and auto-checking to guide the students. Official Math Olympiad questions were added to challenge them.

“The non-routine high-ability questions aim to stretch students’ thinking and deepen their understanding. And every topic has sub-topics for a variety of question types so we provide detailed analysis of their proficiency,” says Yee, also a member of the Question Committee of the Singapore-Asia Pacific Mathematical Olympiad for Primary Schools (AMPOPS).

Against expectation, technology does not constrain the proven benefits of personalized learning or traditional classroom teaching. Similarly, ProblemSums enables individual performance analysis, while students can even form study groups to encourage both collaboration and healthy competition.

“Koobits tackled the most difficult part of a child’s learning journey—motivation. By letting a child 9o;along the way without knowing that she was actually learning,” admits Koh Shoon Kuan, parent of Koh Kai Qi of Anchor Green Primary School, a ProblemSums patron. “She plays and learns. It is great!” 

Help your kids with Math Problems and inquire now! 

Unit 27 3/F Cedar Executive 1,
1006 A. Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City
Call now 219-4103

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  1. This is an interesting matter. Fortunately for us, my siblings and I have no difficulty in Math. But I'll take note of this for my future children!

  2. I hate math too. Especially those equations, x and y, calculus kaloka. That's why Im not good at math. And now, I have a baby sister who's also not that good at math.Sometimes she would tell me to answer her assignments kasi daw ayaw nya ng mumbers. good thing may ganto pa lang service. sana they would also have branch here at cavite. Im thinking if its the same like kumon? But I believe it is better than it. This koobitz looks very interesting and effective tool for the children to love math. Galing :)

  3. Wow.. I need this, I am having problem teaching my daughter Math problem, we often ended up fighting. Okay I am bad Momma.. I ended up really mad at her because of it..I think I really need her to enroll there,however too bad that Makati is really far already from our place.. =(


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