The comprehensive Discovering Mathematics series of textbooks, workbooks and support resources aims to make teaching and learning mathematics engaging and meaningful for teachers and learners.
The series empowers learners to learn mathematics independently and effectively. Mathematical concepts are presented in a clear and structured format intertwined with application-based learning with references to real-world contexts.
Where appropriate, the series also incorporates information and communications technology (ICT) skills and National Education (NE) values in the chapters. The exercise questions have been developed with clear scaffolding and differentiated learning (from levels 1 to 3) to allow learners to attempt the subject matter and gradually increase their understanding of the concepts.
Each chapter begins with a chapter opener, which illustrates the concept through real life scenarios.
For the Normal (Academic) series, a flashback section is available to recall important past concepts. Videos are available in the Digital Book.
Students are prompted with questions and hands-on activities to explore the formulation of a concept.
Class activities are also designed to allow group discussions to fulfil the learning experience component.
Provides Worked examples to demonstrate the ideas and reasoning behind the concepts as well as facilitate students’ understanding.
After which Try Its provide a similar question for students to practice and find out how well they have grasped the concepts.
Chow Wai Keung
Yong Fook Meng
Chin Yeow Chong
Professor Ling San
Teacher's Guide (Textbook)
Graded Question Bank