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Post time 2014-3-12 22:57:34 |Display all floors
I just read a news from Daily Mail which says that Maths teachers are to be flown in from China to help arrest declining standards in Britain.

Sixty English-speaking teachers from Shanghai will be placed in schools from September to promote methods such as rigorous daily maths lessons and homework, ministers will announce today.

Chinese maths teachers should be proud of themselves.

I knew that Chinese students top the world in Maths, but does it mean that  Chinese teachers better at teaching Maths than those from any other country?

What's your input on this?


English-speaking teachers from China will be flown in to British schools to promote more rigorous methods of teaching maths. It follows a slide in ability in British pupils

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Post time 2014-3-13 00:01:01 |Display all floors
Good!
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Post time 2014-3-13 01:11:32 From mobile |Display all floors
math is difficult to me,hehe

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Post time 2014-3-13 01:12:28 From mobile |Display all floors
math is difficult to me!

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Post time 2014-3-13 04:04:59 |Display all floors
may be chinese children are better at paying attenion, not playin with i phones, on face book or messing around in class or just paln want to learn ( plus mum will go nuts if they get a bad report)

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