Student Achievement Resources: Fall 2015 Package
The resources include new videos and online tools, guides and monographs designed to support Achieving Excellence: A Renewed Vision for Education in Ontario.
Dr. Jean Clinton: Learning, Trauma and Resilience
Thoughts on Teaching and Learning Mathematics: OAME 2015
Chris Suurtamm - Mathematical Thinking for Every Learner
Nora Newcombe - Spatial Reasoning
Marian Small - Substantive Math Learning
Damian Cooper - Essential Assessment Concepts
Ron Lancaster - Architecture and Mathematics
Joan Moss - Mathematics for Young Children
Connie Quadrini - Mathematics for All Students
Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching
Spatial Reasoning in Number Sense and Numeration
Supporting Students with Special Needs
Scaling Up or Down
Composing and Decomposing
Related Junior Resources - Visualizing
Related Junior Resources - Proportional Reasoning
Related Junior Resources - Scaling Up or Down
Related Junior Resources - Composing and Decomposing
Related Junior Resources - Non-Verbal Reasoning
Related Junior Resources - Manipulating Objects
Related Junior Resources - Comparing Objects
In this resource you will see a novice drama group with grade 10, 11 and 12 students. They decided to explore the notion of student engagement, an important issue for themselves and their peers.
They jotted down their ideas in response to 4 simple prompts:
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All Children Can Achieve: A Focus on Equity of Outcome
The purpose of this webcast is to stimulate professional learning. The following questions are intended to promote thoughtful dialogue and inspire action that improves student achievement for all students.
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.