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Can Shanghai method help British kids learn math?

( Updated: 2016-07-15 10:53

Dorothy (Canada)

I am a 65-year-old who was born in England and I still know my times tables and I can still say them backwards. I see people using calculators and I have the answer before they have. My own grandchildren do not even know their times tables as they are not taught the way we were.

Can Shanghai method help British kids learn math?

The announcement that a series of Chinese mathematics exercise books will be published in the UK has triggered discussion about the differences in approach to education between the two countries. [Photo/IC]



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