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http://math-info.criced.tsukuba.ac.jp/. Problem Solving Approach For Teaching Mathematics on This Knowledge Based Society at English Bilingual Education and the Second EIS International Conference on “Integrated Studies and ASEAN Development”. Thank your for Dr.Surapong Ngamsom. ISODA, Masami
Problem Solving ApproachFor Teaching Mathematics on This Knowledge Based SocietyatEnglish Bilingual Educationandthe Second EIS International Conference on“Integrated Studies and ASEAN Development”
Thank your for Dr.SurapongNgamsom
Director, APEC Lesson Study Project
Center for Research in Educational Development
University of Tsukuba
Affiliated Member of SEAMEO and Three Novel Prized Professors
University of Tsukuba is Affiliated Member of SEAMEO
Lesson study is plan, do and see activities with various groups.InJapan, products of lesson study are shared through the books and Journals of lesson study. Their PCK is integrated and unified as teachers’ theories for teaching mathematics..What is lesson study community?
Theory of Mathematics
Theories of Education
Awarded byMinister of Education, Japan (2005),President of Japan Publishers Association (2010). Honorary Ph.D from KKU, Thailand (2011).
At Tokyo, Japan
We can develop creative and critical thinkers.
However I am thinking in Thai.
How difficult to think Mathematics in English
They speak mathematics in English
2000 years ago, for training dialectic and reasoning by Greece,
Mediterranean used to study mathematics.
Now, you are in the classroom. Please make decision and riser your hands?
What is variability?
Standard Deviation is the distance from the mean
Problem solving approach
Four operations and calculations
Can you teach four operations by counting?
(= Open Approach with well developed textbooks for developing children who learn mathematics by/for themselves)
First Key: Teaching Approach
This textbook series is developed with Thailand:
Center of Excellence in Mathematics.
Edited by Thailand
Newest English Edition Samples:
Current Thai Edition Samples:
Four phases for teaching approach:
Textbook for Problem Solving
Why we have to compare?
Task is given by teacher
Various Solutions and Comparison
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Let ‘s use!
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Problem/atic is posed from children, if possible
Resume the result of comparison and selection based on generality
Why we need problematic?
Lets, learn together through lesson study!