Leaders in Educational Thought: Special Edition on Mathematics
Planning for Mathematical Understanding: Fractions Across the Junior Grades
Math Study Groups: Learning in a Collaborative Culture of Inquiry, Study, Action
Creating the Conditions for Learning Mathematics
This resource allows viewers to observe students as they are learning. They also observe educators as they watch and examine the classroom footage and the student work from the lesson. Throughout this video, viewers have the opportunity to consider the mathematics that students learn within the Ontario Curriculum and how contexts set the stage for learning.
MathTalk, Conferencing and Professional Learning
Leadership in Mathematics
All those who work in education understand that effective instruction in mathematics is essential because…
Joyce Public School: Introduction
Joyce Public School: Building Relationships and Developing People
Joyce Public School: Developing the Organization
Joyce Public School: Improving the Instructional Program
Joyce Public School: Securing Accountability
Joyce Public School: Mathematics in the Classroom
St. Marguerite D’Youville: Introduction
St. Marguerite D'Youville: Setting Direction
St. Marguerite D'Youville: Improving Instruction
St. Marguerite D'Youville: Developing the Organization
St. Marguerite D'Youville: Building Relationships
St. Marguerite D'Youville: Securing Accountability
St. Marguerite D’Youville: Conclusion
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School - Introduction
St. Thomas Aquinas: Setting Directions
St. Thomas Aquinas: Building Relationships
St. Thomas Aquinas: Developing the Organization
St. Thomas Aquinas: Improving Instruction
St. Thomas Aquinas: Securing Accountability
Understanding Geometric Figures through Drawing and Paper Folding
Snapshots of Effective Practice – VIDEO
This collection of video “snap shots” utilizes expert voices and classroom scenes to provide views…
Allan Luke - Current Practices
21st Century Teaching and Learning
Lucy West: Insights Into Effective Practice
Jerome Harste and Vivian Vasquez
Frank Blye: Boys' Achievement
Doug Clements: Early Mathematics
Through the Eye of the Learner: From Student Work to Teacher Practice
Quality Teaching: It’s Intentional – VIDEO
Quality teaching is intentional and strategic. It involves making the right decision at just the right time to improve student learning. Strategic teachers are consciously aware of why they are doing what they are doing throughout the day. Instructional decisions are based on on-going assessment data as well as a deep understanding of the teaching-learning process.
What Researchers Say About Quality Teaching
Elements of Quality Teaching
Coaching for Student Success in Mathematics
What does it mean to coach for student success in mathematics? Coaching for student success isn’t just about having a numeracy coach. It is about including everyone in contributing to the improvement of numeracy instruction and student learning and achievement in mathematics.
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Making Mathematics Accessible for All Students
Do you believe that all students can learn and do significant mathematics? What key conditions can teachers and school leaders put into place to ensure that all students have access to learning significant mathematics? What key high-yield strategies enable students to understand mathematics deeply?
This webcast will explore some research and illustrate several effective teaching practices in elementary mathematics classrooms. It will demonstrate effective strategies that engage all students in learning mathematics.
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Unlocking the Potential of Aboriginal Students – VIDEO
The government of Ontario has made improved student achievement in literacy and numeracy the centerpiece of its mandate. The first step in realizing this goal requires that every student in Ontario will reach their full potential in reading, writing and mathematics. By 2008, 75 percent of students will reach or exceed the provincial standard.
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Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching with Dr. Deborah Loewenberg Ball
We were very pleased that Dr. Loewenberg Ball agreed to be a part of our webcasts for the 2005-2006 school year. This webcast provided an excellent opportunity for educators to get an overview of the mathematics knowledge necessary for teaching in the elementary classroom and ask questions via email.