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Are you in need of a top-notch maths tuition centre in Singapore? We provide comprehensive class-based and online tuition for PSLE and O-Level maths. Your children will have their reasoning and problem-solving skills trained as we help them excel in mathematics.

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WELCOME TO

MATRIX MATH

At Matrix Math, we take pride in our innovative approach to math education. The Matrix Method, which was originally developed in 2008, has undergone continuous refinement and improvement over the years. Our dedicated team of math specialists conducts extensive research to ensure that our programme remains in line with the MOE syllabus and addresses the most commonly tested concepts in schools.

Join us on this exciting journey of continuous improvement and witness the transformative power of the Matrix Method in empowering young minds to excel in math.

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WHAT MAKES US

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GET REAL RESULTS WITH THE MATRIX METHOD

The Matrix Method, a thought process inspired by how successful students approach and process complex information. Through keen observation, we have cracked the code to understand how these students efficiently solve challenging word problems and translate them into systematic solutions. The result is a streamlined approach encompassing 5 simple and easy-to-follow steps.

However, our approach goes beyond just math problem-solving. At Matrix Math, we are committed to nurturing well-rounded learners by instilling good learning habits and cultivating essential thinking skills in our students. These skills are the building blocks of future success, extending far beyond the realm of mathematics.

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STUDY SMARTER

We prioritize academic excellence with a strategic approach, introducing "ROL" - Return on Learning.

To achieve the highest ROL, we structured our lesson plans to build upon previous knowledge and prepare students with essential skills for future concepts. We focus on laying strong foundations through a building-block method, gradually adding complexity to ensure students grasp each concept effectively.

As forgetting is a natural part of the learning process, our programme emphasises continual reinforcement, ensuring students can retain and apply their mathematical skills effectively.

With our approach, students experience a comprehensive learning journey that not only enhances their math proficiency but also ensures lasting retention and application of knowledge.

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INDEPENDENT LEARNER

We recognize that cultivating independence is a crucial aspect of a child's development. Independent learners are students who take ownership of their learning, thinking critically, and seeking answers on their own.

To foster independent learning, our teachers are specially trained to encourage students to think critically and question concepts instead of merely providing answers. We believe in nurturing their curiosity and problem-solving skills.

In addition, we have developed a range of self-learning online lessons and videos allowing students to explore essential topics and concepts at their own pace independently.

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OUR COMMITMENT
We’re committed to empowering students to excel in math by overcoming common challenges and constantly exploring ways to simplify math.

 

Our unwavering commitment is reflected in our proprietary and award-winning Matrix Math method.

OUR PROGRAMMES

We have a wide range of programmes for children of all ages.

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PSLE MATH PREPARATION: HARNESS THE POWER OF RETURN ON LEARNING

10 May 2024

BY: jeanette

When it comes to preparing for the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), every minute and every effort counts. The strategy to “study smart” is pivotal, especially when it can be quantified through a concept known as Return on Learning (ROL). This innovative approach evaluates the efficiency of study habits by measuring the amount of knowledge gained per hour spent studying. It moves beyond traditional, often unproductive, cramming methods to a more effective, targeted approach that can dramatically improve examination outcomes. Understanding Return on Learning Return on Learning (ROL) shifts the focus from the quantity of time spent studying to the quality of that time. It is an assessment of how effectively educational content is being absorbed relative to the effort and time put in. The higher the ROL, the more efficient the study session. This approach encourages students to refine their study habits based on effectiveness rather than just effort. Why Traditional Methods Fall Short Traditional studying methods, such as repetitively solving a large set of math problems, might seem productive but often yield diminishing returns. This is because they may not address the specific areas where a student struggles. Without a strategic approach, students might spend hours on material they already understand, neglecting weaker areas that could potentially lower their overall scores. Targeting Weaknesses to Maximize ROL One of the most effective ways to enhance ROL is by focusing on areas of weakness. This begins with self-assessment and reflection. Students need to identify which concepts challenge them the most and dedicate more time to those topics. However, identifying these areas is just the first step. Creating a Personalised Question Database A practical method to systematically address these weaknesses is by maintaining a database of questions that have posed challenges in past study sessions. This database should include not only the questions themselves but also detailed notes on why the student found them difficult, potential solutions, and strategies for solving similar problems in the future. As the PSLE approaches, this database becomes an invaluable resource. Instead of broadly reviewing all material, students can focus intensely on this curated set of challenging questions. This targeted practice ensures that study time is not only productive but also tailored to transforming weaknesses into strengths. How to Implement and Utilise the Database Effectively Regular Updates: After each study session, update the database with new questions and insights. This keeps the database relevant and reflective of the student’s current learning state. Review Sessions: Dedicate specific times each week to go through the database. This could involve re-solving the problems, discussing them with peers or teachers, and integrating new techniques learned in other study contexts. Track Progress: It’s essential to track progress on each question in the database. As students overcome challenges with particular problems, they should note this improvement, which not only boosts confidence but also helps in reallocating study time more effectively. Pre-PSLE Review: In the weeks leading up to the PSLE, the database should be the focal point of study. This ensures that the final PSLE revision phase is sharply focused on mastering the most challenging material, rather than a superficial review of all content. Return on Learning revolutionises how students prepare for critical exams like the PSLE exam. By focusing on quality over quantity and targeting personal weaknesses, students can maximize their study efficiency, leading to better performance and a deeper understanding of the material. Implementing a question database tailored to individual needs ensures that every hour spent studying is as productive as possible, turning potential weaknesses into areas of strength just in time for the exam.

IS MY CHILD TOO YOUNG FOR MATHS TUITION?

06 March 2024

BY: matrixmath

Is my child too young for maths tuition?   Wonder if your child is too young for maths tuition? The good news is that making a decision to send your child for extra maths tuition has nothing to do with their age. Nor should it be about benchmarking your child against what they “should” be able to do by now. By worrying that your child should be at a certain level of mastery or is too young for maths tuition, you are focussing on the wrong points. We all finds different things easy or difficult Your child may also get off to a slow start in maths if they struggle to read because, to answer a problem sum, they need to be able to read the problem and comprehend it before they can even make a start at tackling the question. Maths also builds upon knowledge so once your kid starts to fall behind, it becomes harder over time to catch up. Or are they simply bored? But it may not even be that your child is struggling. They may be bored because they find it too easy. That can kill a love for maths as soon as having difficulties keeping up. So in that case, sending your child for tuition classes that challenge them at a higher level might be what your child needs. The concern should be nothing to do with whether your child is too young for maths tuition. It’s about ensuring that you keep the love of maths alive and have a happy child who is confident in their own abilities and challenged enough to keep the interest going. So should you send your child for maths tuition? The answer to that lies in how your child is coping with the subject. If they are showing anxiety and a reluctance to learn maths, or even developing a dread and hatred for it, then you should act sooner rather than later. Don’t let the bad feeling fester into a life-long aversion to the subject.   Maths should be fun for kids. Kids love challenges. They love puzzles to solve when it’s presented as play. But if they feel they are constantly failing, that love and natural enthusiasm and curiosity will disappear fast. Before that happens, it’s important that you get your child the support they need so that they continue to love maths. Do keep an eye on milestones they should be attaining, and give leeway knowing that they are naturally going to be better at some things than others. But your barometer as to when to take action should be your kid emotions. If they are unhappy or anxious when they sit down to do their maths homework, or they aren’t being challenged enough and are losing interest, it’s a problem best nipped in the bud with tuition that will give them the clarity and confidence they need so that they will develop a life-long passion for maths and the joys of problem-solving. Talk to a maths tuition centre about having your child’s maths abilities assessed so you know where the issues lie and can take positive action to set things right. Your child is never too young for maths tuition if an emotional issue has been identified. In this case, maths tuition should result in a happier child and parents!

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