is full of mystery! On PI Day, March 14, a "PI Day" Competition was
held in order to celebrate PI Day and to inspire students' enthusiasm
about Maths. CAIS Maths Teachers invited all the MYP and DP students to
participate in this event.
speaking, we divided students into different groups and they had the
competition in rounds. What they gained during the competition was not
only speed, intelligence but also team collaboration as well.
Students' reflection after the competition: They all agreed that the maths problems of the competition were very innovative.
like to set some tricky questions. We can hardly work them out if we
don’t think hard. But in general, it was exciting and full of fun. We
really enjoyed it. "
reflection after competition: We really felt happy to see the fierce
competition. We also made a Pie, the same sound as π, to celebrate our
great subject. We believe that the positive competition and a united
team will surely help students reflect themselves. The communication
after the competition was also important. Different solutions to the
same problem can open up their minds and inspire them to solve problems
in flexible ways.
are sure that you or your friends have complained how boring and
difficult Maths is. However, we can hardly explore other fields in the
world without the help of Maths.
is the foundation of many subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology
and Computer Science. In the long process of the development of the
human civilization, Maths has already penetrated every bit of our life.
Calculus is used to design the best turning point and time for racing
drivers. The golden section ratio has been widely used in the art of
photography and paintings. Mathematics modeling helps the supermarket to
predict the sales and inventory in different modes……