Starting maths competitions for your 9 year old

An intro to middle primary Australian Maths Comp
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1,190 students
Starting maths competitions for your 9 year old
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (1 rating)
1,190 students
Which problems are suited to them
What level they are at

Requirements

  • Around 9 years old but could vary with individuals
  • Concentrate for 30 minutes in a row

Description

9 years of age is a very important time in a child's development. Many children at this age start to develop logical thinking which continues very rapidly. One of the best ways to nurture this development is to stimulate their mind with mathematics. Here we have two sample lessons that can help you to determine the level of problems that will engage your child. The other problems are also inside. Enjoy.

Who this course is for:

  • Parents of children in grade 3 or 4

Course content

3 sections • 8 lectures • 1h 15m total length
  • Introduction
    00:23
  • Q1-10
    30:28

Instructors

Mathematician
Dr Michael Sun
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Join me for meaningful learning that will have lasting value.

Much of the content takes a student through the experience of solving a problem from scratch, learning a concept rigorously or applying a concept to a problem. This process is filmed and presented here with basically no editing. To be truly great at maths you cannot just memorise disconnected facts you need to learn how to think and how to learn. For younger students we have the luxury of applying the things we learn in math olympiad problems. I look forward to seeing you in class!

Background

PhD, first in graduating class USA (UOregon)

This is also where I learned to play Basketball.

M.Sc by research, fastest possible with publication, USyd, AUS

B.Sc (Honours), University Medal, all High Distinctions, USyd AUS

ATAR 99.95 NSW Australia

Postdoctoral research fellow Germany (Unimuenster)

Visiting scholar China (ECNU Shanghai)

Research publications and conference attendance.

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  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
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  • 1,190 Students
  • 1 Course