24 Feb 2009
How is Ho Math and Chess different from others?
何數棋成功的秘密
Frank Ho, Amanda Yang
Canada certified math teachers at Ho Math and Chess
免費試聽, 請用普通話電兒童數學專家 Frank何老師6042634321
或多科目教學專家 Amnanda 楊老師6047813688.
For free trial lesson, please phone math teacher Frank Ho at 6042634321 or Amanda Yang at 6047813688.
There are many different kinds of math learning centers but by and large they can be classified as two categories according to their functionalities. Some created for the purpose of helping students to increase their school math marks and others are created for boosting testing results. Ho Math and Chess founded by Mr. Frank Ho, a Canadian certified math teacher, had a background story to tell on how Ho Math and Chess got started. It was not initially created for increasing students’ school marks, nor was created for preparing for entrance exams such as SSAT, SAT etc. Ho Math and Chess was created because Frank’s son was interested in chess at age 5 and Frank got involved in teaching his own son chess. Ho Math and Chess was started because Frank’s personal interest and research in math and chess integrated subjects. Amanda later joined Frank and Ho Math and Chess research team have created many world’s first math and chess integrated workbooks and a new chess teaching set by using the technology of patented technology.
How Ho Math and Chess is different from others can be summarized as follows.
 Ho Math and Chess  Others  Has a founding philosophy, culture, and story to tell.  yes  no  Taught own kids used the same teaching method.  yes  no  Has new, innovative, and patented teaching method.  yes  no  Can increase school math marks  yes  yes  Can prepare for entrance tests  yes  yes  Created teaching materials using patented technology  yes  no  Integrate chess into teaching  yes  no  Integrate puzzles into teaching  yes  no  Learning can boost IQ scores  yes  Not sure  Chess can be played as a lifetime hobby  yes  no  Proven results on the teaching method.  yes  Not sure  Integrate computation, chess, word problem, puzzles all in one worksheet using patented technology  yes  no 
Frank Ho, Amanda Yang
