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**Brilio.net -** Mathematics is a subject that is often avoided by students. This causes many students to dislike mathematics and its derivatives. As a result, in each of these lessons, students get bad grades when the exams are carried out. Therefore, teachers began to look for ways, what efforts could be made to increase the interest and abilities of all students in numeracy and mathematics.

One program that can increase students' attractiveness and numeracy skills is to promote numeracy programs in schools. This program is the result of the efforts of teachers and teaching staff to create teaching and learning activities for students, especially in mathematics subjects.

This numeration is also useful for exploring various more complex calculation concepts but is still a fun activity. If you want to get information about the numeracy program at school, you can read the details below.

No need to wait any longer, please read this article until the end. The following is an example of a numeracy program at school complete with tips for implementing it. As reported by **brilio.net** from various sources, Wednesday (17/4).

The definition of a numeracy program in schools is an effort made by schools to improve students' understanding and skills in using mathematics in various contexts of daily activities. This program aims to help students gain strong numeracy and analytical skills that are relevant to their needs in everyday life and to achieve higher academic achievements.

Numeracy programs usually cover various aspects of mathematical science, starting from the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, to other more complex branches of mathematics such as fractions, percentages, decimals, geometry and statistics. The goal of the program is to ensure that each student has sufficient basic mathematics skills to overcome challenges in school and in their lives after graduation.

In supporting numeracy programs in schools, it is necessary to go through various stages and steps that need to be taken. The stages are as follows:

1. Set clear goals to improve student abilities

2. Develop a curriculum that suits students' needs

3. Use interesting and interactive learning methods

4. Utilize the resources and facilities available at the school

5. Conduct periodic evaluations every several stages

6. Obtain support from parents and the mathematics observer community in making this event a success

Example of a numeracy program at school:

- Math games: Math bingo, number puzzles and math board games.

- Mathematics projects: create a budget plan for school activities, design a playground taking into account the area and available budget.

- Field trip: Visit the market to learn about the concepts of price, quantity and money.

- Case-based learning: Solve math problems relevant to everyday life.

Tips for implementing numeracy programs in schools:

**1. Goal setting**

Determine the objectives of the school numeracy program. For example, improving students' ability to understand basic mathematics, increasing students' confidence in using mathematics in everyday life, or preparing students to face final exams.

**2. Curriculum preparation**

Create a curriculum that covers basic math topics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, etc. Make sure the curriculum is adapted to the student's ability level and needs.

**3. Teaching methods**

Use a variety of interactive and interesting teaching methods, such as games, demonstrations, group discussions, and math projects. This helps students to understand the concept of calculations more easily.

**4. Use of technology**

Take advantage of technology in mathematics learning, such as educational software, mathematics applications, and online mathematics games. This can make learning more fun and interactive.

**5. Evaluate student progress**

Conduct regular evaluations of student progress to ensure that program objectives are achieved. Use various evaluation methods, such as written tests, sample questions, and so on.

**6. Giving awards**

Give awards to students who successfully achieve the set targets. This can be a motivation boost for students to continue to excel in learning mathematics.

**7. Parental involvement**

Involve parents in various numeracy programs at school by holding parent-teacher meetings, sending regular student progress reports, and providing tips or suggestions to help their children in learning mathematics at home.

**8. Program monitoring and evaluation**

Carry out regular monitoring and evaluation of the numeracy program. Solicit input from students, teachers, and parents to continue improving the success of this program.

**9. Collaboration with external parties**

Collaborate with other institutions or communities that have expertise in mathematics learning to support school numeracy programs.

**10. Developing teacher skills**

Provide training and support to teachers in the development of better mathematics teaching skills.

That is an example of a numeracy program at school complete with tips for implementing it. The hope is that once you know the meaning, examples and tips for implementation, you can apply it at school. Hopefully this information is useful!

**Intern/Zidan Fajri**

(brl/ola)