3rd June 2023

At Braeburn Dar es Salaam International School, students are actively engaged in Mathematics lessons, applying the understanding and skills they have gained in the classroom to solve a variety of problems. These lessons are designed to foster critical thinking, problem-solving abilities and mathematical reasoning.

In a typical Mathematics class, students are encouraged to actively participate and collaborate with their peers. The teacher initiates the lesson by presenting a real-life scenario or a mathematical problem that requires analysis and a solution. Students are then tasked with applying their knowledge of mathematical concepts and techniques to unravel the problem at hand.

To encourage deeper understanding and engagement, the teacher prompts students to explain their thought processes and strategies as they work through the problem. This allows for a rich discussion and peer learning, as students share their unique perspectives and approaches. The teacher serves as a facilitator, providing guidance and support when needed.

The problems presented in these lessons often require students to think creatively and critically. They might involve concepts such as algebra, geometry, data analysis, or probability. By connecting the mathematical content to real-world situations, students are able to see the practical relevance and applicability of what they are learning.

Through this active engagement, students at Braeburn Dar es Salaam International School develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts and gain confidence in their problem-solving abilities. They learn to approach problems systematically, consider multiple strategies, and justify their solutions. These skills not only enhance their mathematical proficiency but also equip them with valuable tools for success in other academic disciplines and future endeavours.

Cambridge International Examinations
GL Education Assessment Excellence
Council of International Schools