Mathematics and Numeracy
Mathematics is the language in which logic is written. Logic helps you solve problems and make the right decisions. It is only when you can read the language of logic, can you lead with logic.
Mathematics and numeracy are core competencies.
By engaging in mentally stimulating problems, children begin to understand mathematical language and then use it to talk about their work. This practice lays the foundation for real-life problem-solving.
Children learn to:
- understand numbers
- manage information
- understand processes in mathematics and data handling
- think critically
- solve problems and
- make decisions
My Wondrous World
Children often ask profound questions about themselves and the nature of the world around them.
Why is the ocean salty?
Why do we see rainbows?
How do frogs and butterflies metamorphosize?
This area of learning helps children find age-appropriate answers to some of these questions and also ignites new ones.
This program helps to develop a cohesive and comprehensive view of the world, including:
- interdependence of science, history, and geography
- synergy between the human, animal, and plant kingdoms
- cultures of the world
- impact of technology
- developments, innovations, and discoveries in the world over time
Gearing up for the Future
Big data, machine learning & artificial intelligence, hold the keys to our future. It is imperative for children to develop quantitative aptitude and computational ability.
The Math World Program helps children think with and visualize data. They calculate and solve analytical problems. The iterative processes which they learn also form the fundamentals for coding and software skills.
The course covers Mathematics, Analytical & Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, and Olympiad Preparation.
"View the world as a kaleidoscope of possibilities."
The Math World program seamlessly integrates mathematics, analytical reasoning, logical thinking, and knowledge of the world.
The course encourages a child’s natural curiosity through exploration-based learning and planned activities across mathematics, arts, geography, history, science, and technology. These activities include exercises on analytical thinking and reasoning, design thinking, perceptual and spatial awareness.