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School Holiday Workshops (Dec 2016)

Category : Events , Intensive , Workshop

What are your children doing this coming Year-End School Holidays?

We are conducting school holiday workshops for:
Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO)
Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC)
Puzzle-solving Programme (PsP)
AIMO SIMOC Holiday Workshop

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Let’s get a headstart on 2017 starting from the year-end school break! Come and join our fun-learning holiday workshops!

TEAM UP & SHARE! Sign-up for any of our school holiday workshops (Dec 2016), together with your siblings/ friends!

Register now before it’s too late. Seats are limited.

Closing Date: 30th November 2016

 

SCHEDULE / TIMETABLE:

SASMO Holiday Workshop

Date: 13-16 December (Tue-Fri)
Time: 9.30am-12.45pm
Venue: Subang Jaya (Tel: 012-681 1235)
Year 3-10 / Std 3-Form 4 (in 2017)

KMC Holiday Workshop

Date: 6-9 December (Tue-Fri)
Time: 9.30am – 12.45pm
Venue: Subang Jaya (Tel: 012-681 1235)
Year 1-10 / Std 1-Form 4 (in 2017)

*PsP Holiday Workshop

Date: 29 Nov – 2 Dec (Tue-Fri)
Time: 9.30am – 12.45pm
Venue: Aman Suria, PJ (Tel: 012-681 1235)
Year 4-12 / Std 4-Form 6 (in 2017)

*Puzzle-Solving Programme (PsP) is a modular co-curricular programme which utilizes puzzles and hands-on experiments. This workshop is ideal for students who like to expand their capabilities beyond normal maths, to tackle more challenges, either in academic or in real world.

**AIMO SIMOC Holiday Workshop

Date: 20-23 December (Tue-Fri)
Time: 9.30am – 12.45pm (Year 3-6) / 2.00pm – 5.15pm (Year 7-10)
Venue: Subang Jaya (Tel: 012-681 1235)
Year 3-10 / Std 3-Form 4 (in 2017)

**Students who love learning more in-depth Maths Olympiad skills are highly encouraged to sign up for this AIMO SIMOC workshop.  TeamMathics students won 14 AIMO Awards and 38 SIMOC Awards held in Hong Kong and Singapore respectively, in August 2016.


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AMO 2016 Intensive

(Classes commence in Sep’16)

American Mathematics Olympiad (AMO) is an affiliate of Math Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools, USA (MOEMS) and there are similar affiliates in Columbia, Iceland, Australia (APSMO), Philippines, China and India.

History

Created in 1977 by Dr. George Lenchner, an internationally known math educator, the Math Olympiads (MOEMS) went public in 1979. Last year, nearly 150,000 students from 6,000 teams worldwide participated in the Olympiads. All 50 states in US and about 30 other countries were represented.

AMO 2016 Intensive are available at below venues:

1) TeamMathics Subang Jaya
– Year 3 & 4
Date: 14th & 15th Sep (Wed & Thu)
Time: 2.30pm – 5.30pm

– Year 5 & 6
Date: 14th & 15th Sep (Wed & Thu)
Time: 7.00pm – 10.00pm

2) TeamMathics Cheras Alam Damai
– Year 7 & 8
Date: 16th & 17th Sep (Fri & Sat)
Time: 2.30pm – 5.30pm

3) TeamMathics Danau Desa
– Year 3 & 4
Date: 18th & 25th Sep (Sun)
Time: 2.30pm – 5.30pm

– Year 5 & 6
Date: 18th & 25th Sep (Sun)
Time: 2.30pm – 5.30pm

For more info, kindly contact 012-681 1235

October 12 Wednesday – AMO 2016 Contest Day


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AIMO & SIMOC 2016 Intensive

Category : Uncategorized

For Year 2 to Year 11 (Std 2 to Form 5) students

Students attending AIMO & SIMOC Intensive 2016 from Seremban, Kelantan, Selangor and KL. All the best in Hong Kong and Singapore! You can do it! Go Team Malaysia!!

August 2-6:
Asia International Mathematical Olympiad (AIMO) 2016, Hong Kong

August 12-15:
Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge (SIMOC) 2016, Singapore

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AMC 2016 Intensive

(Classes commence mid-May’16)

Suitable for students from Year 2 to Year 10 (Std 2 to Form 4)

The INs will determine the HOTS

We hereby announce the official launch of our ICAS Intensive Programme and AMC Intensive Programme. TeamMathics centres will be conducting a 10-lesson ICAS / AMC Intensive Programme starting mid-May. Let your child master the Important and Necessary skills (INs) and don’t miss out on equipping them with the best Heuristics to prepare for the upcoming ICAS & AMC assessments and help them develop Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS / KBAT)!

What is AMC?

The Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) by Australian Mathematics Trust provides an opportunity for students to discover their problem-solving talent. Questions in the papers are ordered in increasing difficulty. The earlier questions may use familiar mathematics while the later questions are more difficult and are intended to challenge. The last 5 questions are equivalent to Maths Olympiad standard.

AMC is open to all Year 3 to 12 students. They are allowed to use 60 minutes (Primary) and 75 minutes (Secondary) to answer 25 MCQ and 5 non-MCQ (whole number answer).

For more info: www.newera.edu.my/discs/amc

Advantages for sitting ICAS-Maths and AMC assessments every year

All participants receive a worldwide-recognised certificate (High Distinction, Distinction, Credit, Participation) and a detailed report showing how they perform in answering each question, with comparison to wider statistics. Using this data, parents and teachers can easily track the progress of student learning through each year level, build up strengths and target weaknesses. This way, students are able to continually improve and move closer to achieving their highest potential.

July 28 Thursday – 2016 AMC Day


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ICAS 2016 Intensive

(Classes commence mid-May’16)

Suitable for students from Year 2 to Year 10 (Std 2 to Form 4)

The INs will determine the HOTS

We hereby announce the official launch of our ICAS Intensive Programme and AMC Intensive Programme. TeamMathics centres will be conducting a 10-lesson ICAS / AMC Intensive Programme starting mid-May. Let your child master the Important and Necessary skills (INs) and don’t miss out on equipping them with the best Heuristics to prepare for the upcoming ICAS & AMC assessments and help them develop Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS / KBAT)!

What is ICAS?

With the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) by University of New South Wales, students can learn, grow and reach their full potential. ICAS quality skills-based assessments give a deeper understanding of students’ learning needs and standards in Digital Technologies, Science, Writing, English, and Mathematics.

Year 2 students can use 35 minutes to answer 30 MCQ (multiple choice questions). Meanwhile for Year 3 to 5, 45 minutes to answer 40 MCQ. And for Year 6 to 12, 60 minutes to answer 35 MCQ and 5 non-MCQ (whole number answer).

For more info: www.eats.com.my

Advantages for sitting ICAS-Maths and AMC assessments every year

All participants receive a worldwide-recognised certificate (High Distinction, Distinction, Credit, Participation) and a detailed report showing how they perform in answering each question, with comparison to wider statistics. Using this data, parents and teachers can easily track the progress of student learning through each year level, build up strengths and target weaknesses. This way, students are able to continually improve and move closer to achieving their highest potential.

August 2 Tuesday – 2016 ICAS-Maths Day


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Mensa IQ & Intelligence Test

Calling for students / adults who are interested to sit for IQ Tests via TeamMathics during the School Holidays:
1) Mensa IQ Test (14 years old and above)
2) Intelligence IQ Test (11-13 years old)

Dates: 14-Mar (Mon), 6-Jun (Mon), 13-Sep (Tue), 19-Dec (Mon)
Time: TBD
Venue: TBD

For registration, kindly contact us at 012-681 1235

What is MENSA?

Mensa is a society that aims to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity. Today, there are over 120 thousand Mensans in 100 countries throughout the world, with active Mensa organisations in more than 40 countries on every continent except Antarctica. BFM caught up with the chairman of Mensa Malaysia to find out more about the society and how it’s fostering human intelligence amongst Malaysians. Here’s the podcast:

 


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School Holiday Workshop (March 2016)

What are your children doing this coming MARCH’16 School Holidays?

We are conducting school holiday workshops for:
Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO)
Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC)
Puzzle-solving Programme (PsP)

Come join us for some exposure in using Singapore Maths Olympiad skills to help prepare your child for the upcoming SASMO (6-Apr) & KMC (24-Mar) Competitions!!

SASMO Holiday Workshop

Date: 14-17 March (Mon-Thu)
Time: 2.30pm-5.30pm
Venue: Cheras Alam Damai (Tel: 012-681 1235)
Year 3-8 / Std 3-Form 2

KMC Holiday Workshop

Date: 15-18 March (Tue-Fri)
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Subang Jaya (Tel: 012-681 1235)
Year 1-10 / Std 1-Form 4

Date: 15-18 March (Tue-Fri)
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Cheras Maluri (Tel: 017-843 3991)
Year 1-4 / Std 1-4

PsP Holiday Workshop

Date: 14-18 March (Mon-Fri)
Time: 10.00am – 1.00pm
Venue: Puchong Bandar Puteri (Tel: 012-205 0385)
Year 4-11 / Std 4-Form 5

Call us for more info: 012-681 1235


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Puzzle-Solving Programme (PsP)

(Classes commence in Feb’16)

PsP 2016 Schedule

Mr Jay Menon, Chairman of Malaysian Mensa, and TeamMathics Academy are jointly offering a modular co-curricular Puzzle-Solving Programme (PsP). This programme which has a problem-solving approach utilizes puzzles and hands-on experiments and is ideal for students who want to ‘expand their capabilities’ to tackle any kind of problem, either in academic or real world. There are 40 lessons and students can join-in at the beginning of any month as each module is independent of the others.


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Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC) 2016 Intensive

(Classes commence in Jan’16)

KMC 2016 Intensive Schedule

Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC) is an annual international math competition for primary and secondary school students.

In the early 1980s, Peter O’Holloran, a math teacher at Sydney, started a math competition in Australian schools. The competition was in multiple choice format, which meant that thousands of pupils could participate at the same time. The contest, which was known as the Australian Mathematical National Contest, was a tremendous success.

In 1991, two French teachers, André Deledicq and Jean Pierre Boudine, decided to start a competition in France under the name “Kangaroo” (or Kangourou in French) to pay tribute to their Australian friends. In the first edition, 120,000 students took part. In the first few years, the contest grew until more than 20 European countries participated. The countries jointly formed the Association Kangourou sans Frontieres (AKSF), which in English means the Association of Kangaroo Without Borders.

Fast forward to 2013, Malaysia was unanimously elected to join the AKSF, at the annual AKSF meeting in Protaras Beach, Cyprus. Mr. Suhaimi Ramly was appointed as the country representative. Mr. Suhaimi is the coach for the national team to the International Mathematical Olympiad since 2007, and has been active with organizing many mathematics camps and competitions in the country.

March 24 Thursday – KMC 2016 Contest Day


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SASMO 2016 Intensive

(Classes commence in Jan’16)

SASMO 2016 Intensive Schedule

Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO) is one of the largest Math Olympiads in the Asian region with 30,102 participants from 15 countries in 2015. SASMO has now expanded the Olympiads by providing an international recognised competitive platform for students from Year 2 to Year 11 (or Standard 2 to Form 5).

SASMO for Primary and Secondary Schools is held annually in April and is available in three languages: Bahasa, English and Chinese.

Top scorers will receive Gold (top 8%), Silver (next 12%) and Bronze (next 20%) Award certificates. All Gold and Silver Award winners will be invited to join SIMOC (Singapore International Mathematics Olympiad Challenge) 2016 in Singapore and AIMO (Asian International Mathematical Olympiad) 2016 in Hong Kong.

April 6 Wednesday – SASMO 2016 Contest Day