Some Ohio students take on Singapore-style math curriculum

10/11/2011 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

The Columbus, Ohio, school district this year adopted a Singapore-style math curriculum for some of its students in grades K-2. The slower-paced curriculum aims to develop a deeper understanding of numbers and place value, with students trying to discover why certain methods are used to solve particular problems. The new approach replaces so-called reform math, which focused on abstract learning and playing games to reinforce concepts.

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