Host and Math enthusiast Robi Domingo and his gang, Kuya Igi (Igi Boy Flores), Kuya Vic (Vic Robinson), and twins Ate Joj and Ate Jai (Joj and Jai Agpangan), are back to bring the fun in learning and solving math problems as Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc.’s (KCFI) MathDali returns for new episodes this season.
MathDali is a program aligned with the K-12 curriculum of the Department of Education and aims to prove that learning Math isn’t difficult as it uses key strategies and practical classroom approaches in making learning more fun and enjoyable for each student.
KCFI developed MathDali in 2016 after years of familiarity with the Philippine educational landscape. Through the program, integral life skills like critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration and the growth mindset, which Filipino students need to develop, are honed. The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018 found these as very strong skills-component in students from top performing countries.
“Don’t be afraid of Math because with it, we learn values that we can apply to real life. We don’t just teach kids about numbers and solving problems, we also teach them to be more determined, more patient, and more creative,” Kuya Vic said.
By regularly watching MathDali, Filipino students can improve their understanding and practical use of Math concepts, and their scores in tests.
The new season of MathDali airs every Sunday on ABS-CBN at 9:15 a.m. and everyday at 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m to 2:00 p.m. on Knowledge Channel on SKY Cable, SKY Direct, and ABS-CBN TV Plus.
A production of Knowledge Channel Foundation, ABS-CBN Corporation, and ABS-CBN Foundation Inc., MathDali is a certified child-friendly in the 2019 AnakTV Seal Awards.
For more information on KCFI, visit www.knowledgechannel.org or follow @kchonline on Twitter and @knowledgechannel on Facebook.
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