University College Fairview (UCF) is Southeast Asia’s only institution of higher learning that is endorsed by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) to train IB teachers. With that in mind, the institution is renowned for its quality of teaching and education methods, among which is the application of ATL (approach to learning) skills.
ATL is a process that helps students determine the way they learn best, as each child has his or her own optimal way of learning and understanding subjects. It’s a method of learning unique to the IB curriculum, and is taught by learned professionals.
This March, UCF is conducting a series of maths clinics with sister faculty Fairview International School for IGCSE and SPM exam takers. Among the key topics covered will be ATL skills of reading questions, vectors in two-dimension, statistics, functions, probability and more. All the topics will include the application of ATL skills using past year papers.
The clinics will be conducted by top mathematicians from UCF and will be held across Fairview International School campuses – Subang (4 Mar), Kuala Lumpur (10 Mar), Johor (11 Mar), Ipoh (17 Mar) and Penang (24 Mar).
For more information, contact Fairview International School at 03-4142 0888 or visit here.