Students' Workshops

 

Students will learn the ideas, knowledge and skills during experiencing activities of mathematical modelling organized by us and other educators.

Mathematical Modelling Education Transforms Life

Through workshops, seminars, enhanced classroom applications and supportive learning resources, the promotion of students’ learning in the Key Learning Area of mathematics will connect with the other two areas – technology and science by using mathematical modelling, and hence to promote STEM education in schools.

2020 - 2021|3rd Year Modules

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Module 1 - Introduction to Mathematical Modelling 
 

Module 2 - Experiencing Mathematical Modelling in Teamwork
 

Content: 

Basic concepts and method of mathematical modelling and its applications in fields of STEM.

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Module 3 - Mathematical Modeling in Science
 

Module 4 - Mathematical Modeling in Technology & Engineering

Content: 

Building ideas, knowledge and skills through interdisciplinary approach in applying mathematical modelling in solving real world problems in science, technology, and engineering such as biology, artificial intelligence and robotics, etc.; boosting interest and values in mathematics and modelling.

Module 6

Applications of Mathematical Modeling in Data-driven Society

Content: 

Building ideas, knowledge and skills through interdisciplinary approach in applying mathematical modelling in solving real world problems in social sciences such as economics, finance, public policy and applications in fields of smart city; boosting interest and values in mathematics, modelling.

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Module 7 - Teaching by Using IMMC cases

                    (Greater China & International Round)
 

Module 8 - Sharing of Mathematical Modeling Education and Learning

                      from IMMC Contest

Content: 

Building competencies of problem solving skills, academic writing communication, and teamwork in solving real world problems by mathematical modeling; being well prepared for participating in IMMC contest.