Originating from Japan, the Sakamoto Math Method is a visual approach to problem solving.  It is a powerful and innovative method for solving word problems.  It provides students with a simple yet systematic and structured technique to analyze questions in a logical way.  Because the emphasis is on understanding of concepts and applications, and not on rote learning, it cultivates logical and creative thinking, thus improving students' skills in problem solving.

The Sakamoto Math Method was developed by Dr. Hideo Sakamoto to enable children to not only cope with the mechanical aspects of solving problems, but more importantly, one that would serve to nurture their understanding and creativity when grappling with abstract mathematical problems

Briefly, the Sakamoto Math Method consists of three simple basic steps.  The first step is analyzing the problem, determining the essential facts from the question, and grasping the relationship of the data to each other.  Here, the students organize and co-relate the information systematically in a tabular form.  The second step is translating the information gathered in the first step into a linear diagram.  The linear diagram will help the students determine and understand the logic behind the calculations that they must do in the next step.  In the last step, students write the equations and do the calculations to arrive at the final answer.

Using the Sakamoto Math Method, children are trained to grasp the essence of the question and reduce it to a simple diagram formula.

In a nutshell, the Sakamoto Method is a visual approach to problem solving.

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