In this training program, 11 teachers from eight Agami supported schools received training on various aspects of primary level mathematics
This three-day long training program spanning from May 20 to 22, 2019, was held at AEF office, Dhaka
Agami Education Foundation, a sister organization of Agami Inc., USA, has successfully completed its first session of “Teachers’ Training: Teaching Mathematics by Olympiad Techniques”.
This three-day long training program spanning from May 20 to 22, 2019, was held at AEF office, Dhaka.
In this training program, 11 teachers from eight Agami supported schools received training on various aspects of primary level mathematics.
By implementing the Olympiad techniques, the primary objective of the training was to raise the mathematical skills of the primary level teachers and to make learning mathematic cheerful among the students.
An expert team of 7 people engaged in the Math Olympiad project of Ministry of Primary and Mass Education conducted different sessions of the training.
The fascinating story of mathematicians, practical experience and application of mathematics, the strategy of solving solution through the pleasures of abstract problems was very interesting to the trainees.
Nafisa Khanam, executive director of the AEF, was in charge of constant monitoring of the training.
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