LearnTeachLead: New videos on teaching & learning mathematics

September 23, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Great great for the elementary & intermediate teacher of mathematics, check out the following three series’ of videos made available via LearnTeachLead.

Ontario teachers: if you have not yet done so, you need to bookmark LearnTeachLead  and EduGains, and math teachers also need to bookmark Ontario Math Education Resources.

Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching (5 in series)

  • Today, declining mathematics scores is a new challenge that will not wait. Reflected here are the stories of some schools that have seen their mathematics scores move from below the provincial target five years ago, to meeting or exceeding the target five years later.

Spatial Reasoning in Number Sense and Numeration (9 in series)

  • Primary and intermediate educators and their students investigate spatial reasoning and spatial visualization and highlight the power of using visual, concrete and digital representations to support math learning in the number sense and numeration strand.

Thoughts on Teaching and Learning Mathematics: OAME 2015

  • This resource highlights the current thinking of 7 presenters filmed during OAME 2015. The goal of this resource is to deepen the conversation around the effective teaching and learning of mathematics K-12. The presenters are: Chris Suurtamn, Nora Newcombe, Martian Small, Damian Cooper, Ron Lancaster, Joan Moss, Connie Quadrini.

Check ’em out!


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