As part of one of the prerequisite subjects of the International Baccalaureate Programme and aware of the importance of mathematics in the integral development of our students, our main objective is to provide a place of learning where they can develop social, thinking, research, communication and self-management skills.
Our students have technological tools that facilitate and encourage the development of their learning autonomously and creatively; establishing relationships, discussing in class about their findings and analyzing through working groups, the reasonableness of their results in a globalized context, taking responsibility for their decisions.
In this way, Mathematics begins this work from the early years, integrating four international programs that aim to the integral development of the student.
IEYC in Early Years enquires into time-space relationships, through games and dynamic activities and the use of concrete material, stimulating its logical-mathematical reasoning.
IPC in Lower School, the student begins his inquiry cycle, through project-based learning.
IMYC in Senior School addresses issues, through interdisciplinary learning that gives the student a conceptual understanding based on inquiry.
IB Diploma in Senior School, our students with greater maturity in their abilities and with a better understanding of the importance of Mathematics, presents an internal evaluation work where they choose a topic of their interest related to the subject and that represents 20% of their final mark in the Diploma Programme.