For participants of the first class, these are the readings that you should complete to deepen your learning:

Read http://www.simplypsychology.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/bruner.html for Bruner`s ideas

Read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome_Bruner also for Bruner. There is a link to Spiral Curriculum

Read http://www.skemp.org.uk/ for Skemp`s idea on understanding. This is his website and the paper on relational and instrumental understanding is found under the section titled Papers.

Read http://www.zoltandienes.com/ for Dienes` six-stage theory. And try to locate some reading, books or on-line, about perceptual and mathematical variability.

For participants who want to have a documentation of their learning beyond the certificate each has received, you are invited to submit something that you have tried out in your own classrooms based on Singapore Math in Action that you have attended. Details are in the e-mail sent to all participants of the course.

**SingaporeMath in Action 1**

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Questions posted at the seminar are found at www.askbanhar.blogspot.com

**SingaporeMath in Action 2**

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This session is on mathematical problem solving.

**SingaporeMath in Action 3**

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This session is on all things related to fractions.

**SingaporeMath in Action 4**

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