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# The Vedic Mathematics Teacher Training Course

This certified course is run by MATH-Inic Online in conjunction with the Vedic Mathematics Academy.**Description**: This 9 week certificated course (36 lessons) is for those who have some teaching experience (it does not have to be in mathematics) and who wish to teach the Vedic system.

The 36 video lessons can be watched at any convenient time during the week and are available for the duration of the course..

The Course is conducted entirely online with weekly Tests, Discussion Meetings, two Assignments and optional ‘Challenge Questions’.

No prior knowledge of Vedic Mathematics is required.

There is also a lively discussion forum where ideas and comments are exchanged.

Students who pass the course will have access to structured courses consisting of several hundred worksheets which may be used free of charge.

Please note the course is not designed to be easy: of those who enroll some do not stay to finish the course and some do not reach the required level to pass. If you are not serious about becoming a certified Vedic Maths teacher do not apply for this course.

We have a pass mark of 70% and those achieving 90% or more earn a distinction.

The Advanced Diploma course is available to those who successfully complete the teacher training course.

**Mode:** 100 % Online – Self paced – Enrol and study from any part of the globe.**Course Fees**: Total Fee – $120/ P6,000 – Non Refundable and Non transferable.**Course created and conducted by** Kenneth Williams.

Any queries can be sent to MATH-Inic Online

**Course Content for the Teacher Training Course – TTC**

Though the course does not aim to teach teaching, it includes advice on teaching, and two teaching projects are part of the course.

The main aim is to present mathematics as a structured, but easy and unified subject. That is to say: the mathematical content is Vedic Maths.

We start at the beginning with basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Various simple and natural devices are introduced that make calculations very easy.

We concentrate on mental maths as well as written work, and various checking devices are used.

In addition to the basic general methods we have special methods in the Vedic system, which enable very tough problems to be solved with ease. This gives confidence as well as creating a sense of fun in maths work.

In addition to the basic operations we cover:

Fractions

Divisibility

Algebra

Solving equations

Squaring; square roots

Transformations

Coordinate geometry

Quadratic equations

Recurring decimals

The Vedic Numerical Code

Etc.

Various historical aspects are also included in the course.

**Detailed course content is:**

1. HOLISTIC MATHS

Course overview, history of our number system. 10-point circle, completing 10s, addition. Mental addition from left to right

2. COMPLETING THE WHOLE

Early history of VM. Looking for 10s in addition, including adding columns

Using addition and subtraction together

3. DOUBLING AND HALVING

Number splitting: doubling and repeated doubling. Maths teaching. Halving and repeated halving

4. CREATIVE MATHS

Improvising and extending the multiplication tables

Multiplying and Dividing by 5, 50, 25

5. A MAGIC NUMBER

Digit sums, 9-point circle, casting out nines. Digit sum puzzles and divisibility by 3,9,6,15

6. CHECKING IT OUT

Checking with digit sums. Checking with first and last figures / Vedic Square

7. THE INVISIBLE NUMBER

Calculating left to right. Doubling & halving / Finger maths

8. SUBTRACTION

Recent history. Subtraction-left to right. Checking subtractions

9. EXPLAINING VEDIC MATHS

Questions on Vedic Maths. Combining/comparing fractions

10. ALL FROM 9 AND THE LAST FROM 10

Subtraction. Bar numbers

11. THE POWER OF NEGATIVE THINKING

Using bar numbers for subtraction. Number splitting

12. ANOTHER MAGIC NUMBER

Multiplication by 11. Divisibility by 11 and a ‘digit sum’ check

13. COHERENT MATHS

General multiplication and reverse. Algebraic multiplication and its reverse

14. MATHEMAGICS

Multiplying numbers near 100. Proofs

15. NUMBER PATTERNS

Using Proportion to extend base multiplication

Multiplying near base 10, and multiples of 10

16. THINK OF A NUMBER

Use of transposition in solving word puzzles. Solving equations

17. SPECIAL AND GENERAL

Some special multiplication devices

18. SPECIAL DIVISION

Dividing by 9, 8, 11 etc. Algebraic division

19. NATURAL MATHS

The Sutras. Calculating areas. Temperature conversions. Spotting the obvious

20. DEMONSTRATIONS

Advice on structuring a talk

21. GENERAL MULTIPLICATION

Extending the Vertically and Crosswise method

22. SQUARES AND ROOTS

Squaring 2-figure numbers and binomials. Square root of a perfect square

23. TRIPLES

Triple notation and addition. Rotations with triples

24. GENERAL SQUARING

The duplex, Squaring numbers of any size. Algebraic squaring

25. THE CROWNING GEM

Straight division. How to choose your remainder. Decimalizing the remainder

26. STRAIGHT DIVISION

Extending straight division to 3-figure divisors. Negative flag digits. Changing the numbers. Two figures or more on the flag

27. MASSIVE MULTIPLICATIONS

Multiplying numbers near high bases. Squaring near a base

Multiplying numbers near different bases

28. COORDINATE GEOMETRY

Equation of a line through two given points. Equation of a line through a given point and parallel or perpendicular to a given line

29. SQUARE ROOTS

The general method

30. CALCULUS

Solving quadratic equations by two methods. Comparison of some Vedic and conventional methods

31. RECURRING DECIMALS

From left to right and from right to left

32. SPECIAL NUMBERS

An easy kind of multiplication and special numbers

Their application in making recurring decimals easier

33. DIVISIBILITY

The osculation process

34. TRIPLE GEOMETRY

Triple subtraction and applications

35. LEFT TO RIGHT

Written calculations from left to right

36. COMBINING CALCULATIONS / THE VALUE OF pi

Calculating from the left. Sanskrit and Pi