## Solutions: more Variation

This article has the solutions from the second sequence of Variation tasks. The full solutions are in the attached PDF file. Note: These tasks are adapted from ‘Max Maths Primary …

## Try it yourself: more Variation

In this step, we introduce a sequence of tasks from a textbook that is designed with many of the Asian maths principles in mind. We ask you to do the …

## Explanation: a Variation sequence

In this step we introduce a sequence of tasks from a textbook that is designed with many of the Asian maths principles in mind. This video demonstrates how you could …

## Solutions: a Variation sequence

This article has the solutions from the first sequence of Variation tasks. The full solutions are in the attached PDF file. Note: These tasks are adapted from ‘Max Maths Primary …

## Think about your personal practice: how can you use these principles in your teaching?

This course was all about practical examples and tasks, related to some key features of Asian mathematics education. Now that you are nearing the final steps of the course, it …

## Try it yourself: create your own Variation sequence

You are now going to think on how you might use Variation theory in your own teaching practice. You will do this by adapting some tasks of your own choice …

## Solution: the animal problem

This is a solution video of the animal problem, which is a famous problem from the literature about bar modelling. The animal problem goes like this: A cow weighs 150 …

## Try it yourself: the animal problem

Try to solve this task using the Bar Model method. It is a well-known task from Bar Model literature. You can read more about it in this article: Ng, S.F., …

## Solution: division word problems

This is a solution video for the previous task where you were asked to complete a division word problem. The task is: Han and Samir had \$680 altogether. Han had …

## Try it yourself: division word problems

Try to solve this task using the Bar Model method involving a word problem. The task is: Han and Samir had \$680 altogether. Han had 3 times as much money …

## Solution: word problems

This is a solution video for the previous task where you were asked to complete a word problem. The task is: A pile of 8 similar books is 56 cm …

## Try it yourself: word problems

Try to solve this word problem using the Bar Model method. In the same way as before, you might feel you can complete the task immediately, but it’s worth using …

## Solution: multiplying by 25

This is a solution video for the previous task where you were asked to mentally multiply by 25. The task is to calculate 14 times 25. Hint 1: When we …

## Try it yourself: multiplying by 25

Try to solve this task using the Bar Model method for mentally multiplying by 25. To get some practice in using the method, we recommend you apply the Bar Model …

## Explanation: multiplying by 25

This video discusses the following example Bar Model task: Note: These tasks come from ‘Max Maths Primary – A Singapore Approach’.