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JEI Math (N2 to P1)

JEI Math is an IB (International Baccalaureate) based programme. JEI Math targets at the student strength and weaknesses ONLY. That is, children will focus less time on area they are already strong in and spend more time in area they are weaker in. This is determined via a diagnostic test. The results of the test will be analysed by our central server in Seoul which will then prescribe a series of customised workbooks for the child.
There is NO NEED to do books for the sake of completing a preset series of books to move on to the next level. The child undergoes regular diagnostic test to ensure the prescribed workbooks remain relevant to him/her.
As JEI Math is IB based, its methodology for mathematics operations is identical to MOE. Example  number bonding, addition/subtraction with regrouping, place values of numbers (hundreds/tens/ones etc), shapes & number patterns, ordinal numbers, non heuristic problems sums etc. The JEI Math programme include problem sums but they are not heuristic.
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JEI Math/PSLE Math
by JEI PSLE MATH » Mon Mar 21, 2011 8:52 pm
PSLE Math

PSLE Math is a heuristic problem solving programme developed in house by Math Specialist in Singapore. The design of the programme:
> Problem sums are organised into topics and types.
> Sums are colour coded to train children to identify key words in word problems.
> The first question of each type of question will be provided a model plus solution. Together with the colour coded marking system it aim to provide an efficient revision system for parent and student.

PSLE Math is a heuristic problem solving programme developed in house by Math Specialist in Singapore. The design of the programme:
> Problem sums are organised into topics and types.
> Sums are colour coded to train children to identify key words in word problems.
> The first question of each type of question will be provided a model plus solution. Together with the colour coded marking system it aim to provide an efficient revision system for parent and student.

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JEI PSLE Math Integrated Programme
by JEI PSLE MATH » Mon Mar 21, 2011 8:54 pm
JEI PSLE Math Integrated Programme (P2 to P6)

As 80% of PSLE math paper will be in section B and C, our integrated programme targets to train the child in heuristic problem solving skills.
> From P2 to P3, approximately 50% of the programme will be on foundation mathematics using JEI Math. The rest of the time the child will be trained on heuristic problem solving skills.
> From P4 to P6, approximately 80% of the time will be on heuristic problem sums training.

As 80% of PSLE math paper will be in section B and C, our integrated programme targets to train the child in heuristic problem solving skills.
> From P2 to P3, approximately 50% of the programme will be on foundation mathematics using JEI Math. The rest of the time the child will be trained on heuristic problem solving skills.
> From P4 to P6, approximately 80% of the time will be on heuristic problem sums training.

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Re: JEI Math/PSLE Math
by Angel Nes » Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:04 am
Hi,
Does that mean yr problem sums questions centered around the topics, eg Multipication, Additions, Mass or length. ..... Do you have tests or exam to evaluate them that the children fully understand and know how to solve the problem sums. My gal could not really understand n selects method to solve the problems sum.
Does that mean yr problem sums questions centered around the topics, eg Multipication, Additions, Mass or length. ..... Do you have tests or exam to evaluate them that the children fully understand and know how to solve the problem sums. My gal could not really understand n selects method to solve the problems sum.
JEI PSLE MATH wrote:PSLE Math

PSLE Math is a heuristic problem solving programme developed in house by Math Specialist in Singapore. The design of the programme:
> Problem sums are organised into topics and types.
> Sums are colour coded to train children to identify key words in word problems.
> The first question of each type of question will be provided a model plus solution. Together with the colour coded marking system it aim to provide an efficient revision system for parent and student.

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Re: JEI Math/PSLE Math
by JEI PSLE MATH » Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:00 pm
Angel Nes wrote:Hi,
Does that mean yr problem sums questions centered around the topics, eg Multipication, Additions, Mass or length. ..... Do you have tests or exam to evaluate them that the children fully understand and know how to solve the problem sums. My gal could not really understand n selects method to solve the problems sum.JEI PSLE MATH wrote:PSLE Math

PSLE Math is a heuristic problem solving programme developed in house by Math Specialist in Singapore. The design of the programme:
> Problem sums are organised into topics and types.
> Sums are colour coded to train children to identify key words in word problems.
> The first question of each type of question will be provided a model plus solution. Together with the colour coded marking system it aim to provide an efficient revision system for parent and student.
The PSLE Math workbooks consist of three types:
T1  Syllabus Math
These workbooks are according to Syllabus topics. Each workbook focus on only one topic. The questions in the workbook are organised into types. Questions that have the same approach/method of solving are group together as the same type. The first question of each type will be taught and done by the trainer. The second question will be done jointly, the third onwards will be done by the student independently.
T2  Select Workbooks
These workbooks are usually issued nearer to the examination period. The question in these workbooks are mixed. These questions are selected from schools papers, commonly wrong questions, questions that needed revisions etc.
T3  Test workbooks
These workbooks are also issued nearer to examinations. The intent is to test and evaluate the child.
Angel Nes,
Regarding your concern  This is a normal problem faced by many children. Children learn to identify only if they can see similarities. The way T1 workbooks are organised and colour coded aim to present similarities in problem sums to students.
For a child to improve, the trainer and the parents must work together. The parent play a very critical role in the learning equation. As such our trainers will make it a point to spend sometime with our students' parents after every lesson.

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by JEI PSLE MATH » Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:09 pm
meiah wrote:Ya. How about P3? Will the programme help to brush up foundations and then move beyond?
JEI Math will be used to address foundation.
PSLE Math will be used to address problem solving skills.
These two programmes will be done in a two hours class.

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Re: Teaching subtraction in an interesting way to 34yo.
by Tulip » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:26 am
JEI PSLE MATH wrote:We have pm you the Contact of AMK Centre Manager
Hi,
I'm interested in getting a trial lesson at your AMK branch. Would you please PM me the contact of the AMK Centre Manager?
Thanks much.

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Re: Teaching subtraction in an interesting way to 34yo.
by kitty2 » Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:43 pm
Tulip wrote:JEI PSLE MATH wrote:We have pm you the Contact of AMK Centre Manager
Hi,
I'm interested in getting a trial lesson at your AMK branch. Would you please PM me the contact of the AMK Centre Manager?
Thanks much.
I heard there's a delay in the opening of the above centre,it'll only start their lessons in April.

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Re: Teaching subtraction in an interesting way to 34yo.
by Yong HL » Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:46 pm
kitty2 wrote:I heard there's a delay in the opening of the above centre,it'll only start their lessons in April.
Rebecca from amk just emailed cfm their opening is on this sunday 27/mar...

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