### Explicit Teaching in Problem-based Mathematics

Explicit Teaching in Problem-based Mathematics offers a re-imagining of what it means to engage in “direct” instruction. Rather than a separate pedagogical approach, explicit instruction is an integral part of problem-based learning and instruction. Animation and video are used to feature educator moves that support students to “notice things they would not otherwise see.” Think uncovering. Think making visible.

##### Video Clips

### Young Mathematicians

### An eLearning Experience Especially Designed for Primary Educators

This resource has been created for teachers, ECEs, administrators and support staff in K to 3 classrooms who want to explore the learning and teaching of mathematics in the early years. Through provocations (i.e., guiding questions, quotes and video clips), **Young Mathematicians** provides an opportunity for individual and collaborative inquiry and reflection on classroom practice.

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### Loving the Math, Living the Math

Explores the math program which contributes to the development of confident mathematicians in Matthew Oldridge’s…

#### Part 1 - Loving the Math, Living the Math

#### Part 2 - Loving the Math, Living the Math

#### Part 3 - Loving the Math, Living the Math

### Kindergarten Matters

#### Kindergarten Matters: Re-imagining Literacy and Mathematics Throughout the Day

##### Introduction

##### Learning is ... a shift in thinking and action

##### Learning is ... co-constructed inquiry

##### Learning is ... expressing and communicating theories that give meaning to events and objects in the world

##### Learning is ... a process of constructing, testing and re-constructing theories

##### Learning is ... building relationships between contexts and perspectives

#### Kindergarten Matters: Intentional Play-based Learning

#### Kindergarten Matters: Planned, Purposeful, and Playful Talk

### Teaching Mathematics Through a Social Justice Lens

This resource shares one school’s approach to improving student learning in mathematics – an approach…

##### Introduction

##### What is Social Justice Math?

##### Building a Collaborative Culture of Learning

##### Social Justice Math Lesson

##### Insights into Intense Learning

### Three Part Lesson in Mathematics: Co-planning, Co-teaching and Supporting Student Learning

A grade 6 three-part lesson on fractions – co-planned, co-taught and observed by a team…

##### A Problem-Solving Approach

##### Co-planning

##### Supporting Student Learning

##### Co-teaching

##### Shared Perspectives

### High-Yield Strategies to Improve Student Learning

Today’s classrooms are filled with learners whose strengths are as diverse as their needs. In order to teach all students effectively to build on strengths while zeroing in on areas that need more attention teachers must have an extensive repertoire of strategies.

##### Introduction

##### Part 1: Ongoing Assessment and Feedback (Literacy)

##### Part 2: Teacher Moderation (Literacy)

##### Part 3: The Gradual Release of Responsibility Model (Literacy)

##### Part 4: Teaching Non-Fiction Writing (Literacy)

##### Part 5: Using Texts of All Types (Literacy)

##### Part 6: Critical Literacy (Literacy)

##### Part 1: Ongoing Assessment and Feedback (Numeracy)

##### Part 2: Teacher Moderation (Numeracy)

##### Part 3: Three-part Problem-Solving Lesson (Numeracy)

##### Part 4: Use of Learning Materials Appropriate to the Mathematics (Numeracy)

##### Part 5: Developing a Mathematics Learning Community (Numeracy)

##### Conclusion

### High-Yield Strategies for Improving Mathematics Instruction and Student Learning – VIDEO

The purpose of this webcast is to stimulate professional learning about organizing for and improving…

##### High-Yield Strategies

### Learning Mathematics Within Contexts – VIDEO

What is the purpose of understanding students’ mathematical knowledge at the start of a lesson? What is the significance of contexts for student learning of mathematics? Why is it important for teachers to solve mathematical problems that they will use during their classroom lessons?