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Bilingual Buds Speaker Series: "Singapore Math: What it is and why it works"

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 587 Springfield Ave Summit NJ 07901  See map

Join us for an evening with Makoto Yoshida, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Lesson Study, William Paterson University

Presentation and Q&A:
"Singapore Math: What it is and why it works"


Additional topics covered:
How to support your child's mathematical thinking, insight on standardized math testing, and math trends in the US and Asia


Free and open to the public. Call today to reserve your seat: (908) 598-8088; info@bilingualbuds.com


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Makoto Yoshida, Ph.D.
Dr. Yoshida, a specialist in Singapore Math, is one of the foremost researchers and educators of lesson study in the United States--a professional development practice for teachers that has its origins in Japanese elementary education. He coined the term "lesson study" by translating the original Japanese term “jugyokenkyu” in his dissertation research.


In addition to consulting for iSingapore Math LLC, Dr. Yoshida serves as the Director of the Center for Lesson Study at William Paterson University, and as President of Global Education Resources, helping elementary and middle school mathematics teachers improve their content knowledge and classroom instruction. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. in education from the University of Chicago.


About Bilingual Buds
Bilingual Buds is an independent preschool and elementary school at the forefront of immersion education. The school offers a Mandarin/English or Spanish/English curriculum, serving students ages 2.5-Grade 5. Bilingual Buds maintains campuses in Summit, New Jersey and the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

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