• Featured Creative Project | Math and Embedded Systems

    A Featured Creative Project by Jiading No.1 High School


    Project Name: Math and Embedded Systems
    Duration: 4+ years

    Student age: 15-18 years old
    Curriculum outcome: Enhanced the course design that focuses on students' mathematical and hands-on abilities, including calculation, reasoning, imagination, and computational tools as well as soft skills in reviewing literature, analysis, and communication.

  • Magic Maths and More

    Key to the Creative Curriculum

    Creative thinking and math education both look at how to help students think flexibly about mathematical concepts and what teachers can do to foster creative mathematical thinking in the classroom and the ability to solve math-related problems in science, engineering and a whole lot of different contexts. With the school's strength lying in maths, science and engineering subjects, the staff have been working together to at best embed creativity into the student learning journey.

  • Mathematical Modeling

    Why we choose it as a key subject in creative curriculum development

    Mathematical modeling is a fundamental link in mathematics from the abstraction of the real world to a subject about the relationship between quantity and space. It also integrates the subject of mathematics and the application of other core mathematics skills needed to solve real-world situational problems. For mathematical modeling and other core mathematical skills (including mathematical abstraction, logical reasoning, intuitive imagination, mathematical operations and data analysis), the two are relatively independent and intertwined, forming an organic whole. As far as the curriculum standards of science and technology subjects are concerned, mathematical modeling also reflects the characteristics of interdisciplinary.


    As an important part of the science and technology innovation curriculum of the school, mathematical modeling features application and innovation, which is also the soul of well-round education. Whether using mathematical methods to solve practical problems or combining with other disciplines to form an interdisciplinary approach, the first and key step is to express the research object in mathematical language, that is, to establish a mathematical model. Given today's rapid development of high technology, especially computer technology, calculation and modeling are becoming the main way of transformation of mathematical science and technology.

  • Learning Activities

    The course focuses on developing students' mathematical abilities, including calculation, reasoning, spatial imagination, discerning relationships, transformation of forms, computational tools as well as skills in reviewing literature, and oral and written analysis and communication.

    • Strategic analysis
    • MATLAB program writing
    • Heuristic algorithm
    • Optimization algorithm
    • Engineering network diagram
    • Elementary geometry problems
    • Difference equation
    • Probability and Statistics
    • Regression analysis
    • Graph Theory
  • Extended Learning

    Embedded System

    An interdisciplinary course supported by extracurricular learning through the Embedded Systems student club.


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