EduGains math- Look for ‘presenters’ in Paying attention to series

January 19, 2017 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

OK, I admit it – I am a headline speedy reader and there are problems with that – not the least of which is that you miss important stuff, and it is easier to get sucked in by fake news ‘cos you don’t read the fine print or even all the print… Don’t ask me for details 🙂

So like me, and just in case you missed them too, you might want to check this out. On the EduGains math page, the left hand column includes a tab titled Paying Attention to. Open it up. This page includes the Paying Attention to, a series of  Ministry-created documents in support of teaching mathematics, including algebra, fractions, proportional reasoning, spatial reasoning. Didja know that this page also includes a number of ‘adobe presenters’, recorded webinars in support of the different topics – the most recent one being on spatial reasoning?

In my defense, I really don’t think that they stand out very well on the page – a different colour, or point format might have made them more visible to this humble headline speedy reader who totally missed them the first time through – and was told!

If you teach math, you may want to review these. Make sure you have a copy of the relevant document before you open it up.


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