Transforming Mathematical Mindsets with Thinking Tools!

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Extraordinary Breakthroughs in Grade 7 Mathematics

This week in our Grade 7 mathematics class at Thinking Tools, we witnessed extraordinary breakthroughs that truly showcase the power of putting students first.

Early Start to Excellence

Committed to excellence, we initiated extra mathematics classes on January 4th, 2024, a full two weeks ahead of the typical academic calendar. Our goal? To empower our students to forge new neural pathways and create what we like to call "neural highways."

An Unconventional Approach

Our approach to mathematics is anything but conventional; we strive to make math both enjoyable and accessible. It was heartening to observe how the reasoning abilities of our Grade 7 students soared, reaching a remarkable Grade 9 level.

Mastery of Complex Concepts

What's even more astounding is that these young minds engaged in long multiplication exercises, exploring the fascinating realms of one and two-dimensional multiplication. They effortlessly tackled complex problems, delving into the intricacies of the 22 times table. Yes, you read that correctly—the twenty-two times table! The students demonstrated profound insights as they unraveled solutions for equations like 22 x 55, 22 x 56, 22 x 57, all the way up to 22 x 59, employing both one- and two-dimensional thinking.

Shaping the Future

What does this mean for the future? It means that at Thinking Tools, we are cultivating a generation of learners who are not only keeping pace but surpassing the mathematical insights of teachers in the next five decades. The impact of our innovative Thinking Tools approach is shaping a future where students outshine conventional expectations, proving that the possibilities in education are limitless.

Join us in revolutionizing education and fostering a new era of mathematical brilliance!

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