1. Mr Wee Loo Kang

2. Thong CH

3. Woo Huey Ming

4. Shannalyn

4. Samuel Tan



Exploring Customisable Math Apps




Date and Time

25 Jan, 22 Mar, 3 May

1430 - 1730 hours

Mr Lawrence Wee Loo Kang


Learn how customisable Math Apps can engage students in activities to explore and learn mathematical concepts and skills in a fun way.

Participants will learn how Math Apps can be used in activity-based learning.

Content Outline

By the end of the session, the participants should be able to

1. Use the Math Apps to help students uncover abstract mathematical concepts or results

2. Customize Math Apps to meet students’ learning needs




Looking for interesting ideas to help your students explore and learn mathematical concepts and skills in a fun way? The Math Apps allow students to experiment, explore and construct meanings and understandings between concrete and abstract mathematical ideas. The workshop facilitators will also share their experiences using Math Apps for teaching & learning and how to customize the Math Apps to suit your students’ learning needs.

Workshop Flow

10 mins introduce Math LC,  community  overview (CH and HM), tools (geogebra, maps etc) 

Useful ICT Tools for Teaching and Learning of Mathematics


  1. Geogebra
  2. Geometer Sketchpad
  3. Mathematics PlaySpace
  4. Desmo

Virtual Manipulatives

  1. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
  2. eduplace
  3. Mathplayground
  4. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Illuminations
  5. Flash Apps  Number and Algebra Measurement and Geometry Statistics
  7. NRICH Enriching Mathematics
  8. Open Educational Resources

Collaboration and Communication

  1. Google Apps for Education
  2. TodaysMeet
  3. Padlet
  4. Popplet
  5. Lino
  6. Explain Everything
  7. Doceri
  8. Screencast-O-Matic

Formative Assessment

  1. Poll Everywhere
  2. Plickers
  3. Socrative
  4. Kahoot
  5. Formative
  6. Nearpod
  7. Quizizz
  8. Educaplay
  9. PingPong
  10. GoSoapBox

Online Games 

  1. Mathplayground
  2. Coolmath4kids
  3. Arcademics
  4. Fuel the brain
  • The information contained in the list is compiled for general reference purposes only. It does not represent the opinion of MOE, nor endorsement of any products or services. MOE is not liable for any loss or damage caused by the content of the linked websites.
  • The use of ICT should complement children’s learning experiences, and be age and developmentally appropriate, in particular to younger children.

30 mins discuss what is in the syllabus that we can work together


30 mins break and networking


10 mins Discuss what are some features you want added, LK will add if possible, changes typically done in 7 days or so.


20 mins sharing by participants what are some of the digital apps websites used currently


10 mins  guest speaker?

10 survey