Following a spiral curriculum, teachers will help students from Grades 1 to 12 gradually expand their love for mathematics, cultivate their ability to think logically and help them generate confidence to participate in challenging competitions. Participating in competitions is not the end of the learning process, but rather a learning style where the students think continuously. Through using the spiral curriculum, we will gradually build children's interest of mathematics and help them gain the ability to face challenges.
During elementary school, students will learn the basic knowledge of natural sciences and stimulate curiosity about science through basic science experiments. In middle school, they will begin learning more in-depth about subjects like physics, chemistry, and biology, and begin to learn about topics that they would be taught more about in high school. For students who would like to deepen and broaden their knowledge of the different sciences, we will add AP (Advanced Placement) courses into their learning curriculum in order to cultivate the literacy and knowledge that they should have before entering college.
Circles sessions often concentrate on problem solving techniques applicable in many areas. Sample circle topics include: symmetry, the pigeon–hole principle, divisibility, counting, probability, invariants, graphs, induction, plane geometry, or inversion in a circle. Teachers would encourage the students to think and would not be satisfied unless there is a rigorous solution to every problem.
The camps will allow the students to explore the concepts of math and science in fun and creative ways. The students will be exposed to many different materials that will allow them to grow greatly. These camps will bring out student's self-confidence and interest for both both of these subjects.
Student will be encouraged to attend many different competitions, in and out of the country.These competitions provide a myriad of opportunities for them: a platform for students to demonstrate your talent and a stepping-stone to achieving greater things in life. They represent unconventional but effective ways of securing internships, scholarships, jobs and exposure to real-world issues. Students will also be able to connect to other talented youths and experience the joy of competing!
The TWMC Student Council was established in 2018, its members come from schools in different regions of Taiwan. The purpose of the TWMC Student Council is to connect students and create a welcoming environment for learners. The TWMC Student Council also set up a volunteer team to visit nursing homes or orphanages from time to time. Recently, the spread of COVID-19 has affected many families. The TWMC student council has noticed the plight of the people around them and has launched a series of activities to care for the people of society, whether as volunteers or as communicators that invite organizations, foundations and enterprises from all over the world to join in the grand event, bringing warmth to those in need. Through volunteer services, the TWMC Student Council hopes that their work will inspire more students to care for the people around them and to work to bring love to everyone. Do you want to join the TWMC Student Council? Would you like to participate in more volunteer services? Welcome to the TWMC Student Council! Website: https://www.twmc-charity.org/
The Taiwan Math/Science Circle (TWMC) is a program for motivated students in Taiwan. It aims at drawing kids to both mathematics and science, teaching them to accept failures, preparing them for competitions, and introducing them to the fun of solving challenging problems and studying more difficult materials.
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