Mathematics (Cycle Three)

maths-cycle3In Cycle Three, mathematics becomes more abstract. The concepts learned in Cycle Two in concrete form are now applied to abstract thinking.

Whilst at Cycle Three, many mathematical computations are completed as in any other educational system, however there are several elements that are still presented in concrete form. For example, algebra is introduced as a concrete representation in Cycle Three using the binomial and trinomial cubes and, finally, the cubing material. This material makes algebra come alive, and gives deep meaning to what many find a mystery in later, more advanced, mathematics.

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