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Jean Clinton – L’apprentissage, traumatisme et résilience

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Relevant Learning

A Learning Community

Going Deeper with Ideas

Building a Strong Collaborative Group

The Importance of Listening

Real-life Problem-solving

Choice – The Freedom to Explore

Communication and Collaboration

Knowledge-building Circles

Knowledge Forum

Scaffolding in Knowledge-building Forums

Inspirations for Learning through Knowledge-building

Assessment of Knowledge-building

Starting a Knowledge-building Network

Why Knowledge-building now?

The Complexity of Knowledge-building

The Great Divide

Knowledge-building Discourse

Knowledge-building: Improving Ideas

Idea-centred Learning

Current Challenges

The Impact of Integrative Thinking

Prototyping and Testing Practice

Integrative Thinking: Peers and Teachers

Knowledge-building for Integrative Thinking

The Power of Integrative Thinking

Integrative Thinking

Thinking and Problem-solving

Alec Couros – Digital Identity

Alec Couros – Participatory Media

Jennifer Corriero – Taking It Global

Alec Couros – Connected Learning

Alec Couros – The Echo Chamber

Alec Couros – Troubling Knowledge

Alec Couros – Information Literacy

Carol Campbell – Humanity is at the core

Carol Campbell – Technology and Assessment

Carol Campbell – The Future

Carol Campbell – Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research

Carol Campbell – Leadership

Carol Campbell – Teacher Learning and Leadership Program

Carol Campbell – Achieving Excellence

Carol Campbell – Share the Learning

George Couros – Blogging as a Professional Portfolio

George Couros – Teachers Blog to Share Their Narratives

George Couros – Toward a Culture of Innovation

George Couros – Parent Empowerment

George Couros – Responsible Use of Social Media

George Couros – Global Possibilities for Learning

George Couros – Challenges in Ontario

Jennifer Corriero – Taking It Global Projects

Jennifer Corriero – Challenge Constraints

George Couros – Technology Enables Learning

Jennifer Corriero – Empowering Student Voice

Jennifer Corriero – Global Citizenship

Jennifer Corriero – Role of Teachers and Administrators

Jennifer Corriero – Technology

Michael Fullan – New Pedagogies for Deep Learning

Jennifer Corriero – Collaboration

Michael Fullan – Students as Change Agents

Michael Fullan – Leadership

Michael Fullan – Leading from the Middle

Michael Fullan – Talk the Walk

Michael Fullan – Challenges

Michael Fullan – Concluding Thoughts

Michael Fullan – Action to Theory

Will Richardson – Re-thinking Schooling

Will Richardson – Modern Learning

Will Richardson – Networked Classroom

Will Richardson – Building an Education Vision

Will Richardson – Changes in Education

Comment répondre aux enfants en situation de stress

Quatre réactions au stress: fuir, figer, lutter ou s’évanouir

Responses to Stress: Fight, Flight, Freeze, Faint

Responding to Children under Stress

Invitational Leadership at a Time of High Accountability

A Transformative Process

Evidence of Impact

Integrative Thinking Tools

Evidence of Impact

Causal Modeling

Authentic Learning

Connections to Knowledge Building

Feedback

Connections to Knowledge Building

Rapid Failure as an Opportunity to Learn

Failure as an Opportunity to Learn

Applying Integrative Thinking

Empowering All Stakeholders

A Transformative Process

The I-Think Project

Ideas-based Learning

Dr. Duke Redbird Closing Remarks

Meeting Place Youth Conference – Youth Voices of Canadian Roots Exchange

Encouragement for Educators

Indigenization of Cities

Building Societal Understanding

Advice for Educators

What does reconciliation mean?

Delivering Indigenous Education

Recommendation Highlights

Being an Honorary Witness

Jean Clinton – Strategies d’ensignement

Jean Clinton – Teaching Strategies that Address Trauma and Resilience

Jean Clinton – Learning – Trauma and Resilience

Real World Math: The Garden Stone Problem

Critical and Creative Thinking in the Math Classroom

What makes math interesting anyway?

Making Kids Doers of Math Instead of Doing the Math

If Math is the Aspirin, Then How do you Create the Headache?

Further Reflection on the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

The Power of Manipulatives and Learning Tools – audio only

Digging Deeper into Student Profiles and Mathematical Thinking – audio only

Math Content Knowledge: The Caterpillar and Leaves Task – audio only

Some Observations from the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

Math Content Knowledge: The Matchstick Task – audio only

Framework of the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

Introduction: Questions Guiding the Collaborative Inquiry – audio only

More Math – audio only

Culturally Responsive Mathematics – audio only

Paying Attention to Spatial Reasoning – audio only

Conditions for Effective Teaching of Mathematics – audio only

Math Beyond Number – audio only

Math Knowledge for Teaching – audio only

A Strong Learning Environment – audio only

Pedagogy – audio only

In the Heart of the Practice – audio only

Math For Young Children – audio only

Math Questions about Building Design – audio only

Calculating the Height of a Building – audio only

White Spaces in the Curriculum – audio only

What’s Wrong with Mathematics Teaching? – audio only

What’s Wrong with Mathematics Teaching?

Teach and Assess for Transfer – audio only

Reliability and Validity – audio only

Feedback and Mindset – audio only

Feedback – audio only

Essential Questions About Assessment – audio only

Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction – audio only

Culminating Task – audio only

Backward Design – audio only

Assessment Strategies – audio only

A Dynamic Model for Assessment – audio only

Design with the End in Mind – audio only

What is the Point? – audio only

The Administrator’s Role – audio only

Technology and Mathematics – audio only

Substance not Structures – audio only

Parents: Be Intentional and Casual – audio only

It’s About Learning – audio only

Focus on Reasoning – audio only

Math Anxiety – audio only

Mental Math – audio only

Automaticity – audio only

Gender – audio only

Gender – audio only

Spatial Language – audio only

Pedagogy – audio only

What is Spatial Reasoning? – audio only

Comparing Objects: Intermediate

Primary: Anticipating Student Thinking

Comparing Objects: Overall Description

Intermediate: How Tools Can Support Students’ Transitional Understandings

Intermediate: Students Using Tools

Intermediate: Teachers Using Tools

Primary: How Tools Can Support Students’ Transitional Understandings

Primary: Students Using Tools

Primary: Anticipating Student Thinking with the Tools

Primary: Teachers Using Tools

Manipulating Objects: Overall Description

Observing Students’ Gestures and Actions with the Tools

Gestures in Math Class

Intermediate: Supporting Non-Verbal Reasoning

Intermediate: Actions with the Tools

Primary: Linking Language to Non-Verbal Reasoning

Non-Verbal Reasoning: Overall Description

Intermediate: Composing and Decomposing to Understand Operations

Intermediate: Composing and Decomposing to Understand Quantity

Primary: Composing and Decomposing to Understand Operations

Primary: Composing and Decomposing to Understand Quantity

Composing and Decomposing: Overall Description

Scaling Up or Down: Intermediate

Scaling Up or Down: Primary

Scaling Up or Down: Overall Description

Intermediate: Proportional Reasoning and the Ribbon Task

Intermediate: Using the Array in Probability

Intermediate: Proportional Reasoning and the Array

Primary: Developing Proportional Reasoning through Unitizing

Proportional Reasoning: Overall Description

A Matching Activity to Support Visualization

Visualizing: Intermediate

Visualizing: Primary

Visualizing: Overall Description

Supporting Students with Special Needs

Intermediate: ‘Spatializing’ the Consolidation

Intermediate: ‘Spatializing’ the “Minds On”

Intermediate: ‘Spatializing’ the Curriculum Expectations

Intermediate: ‘Spatializing’ the Curriculum

Primary: Reflection and Next Steps

Primary: ‘Spatializing’ The Consolidation

Primary: ‘Spatializing’ the “Minds On”

Primary: ‘Spatializing’ the Curriculum

‘Spatializing’ Instruction and Learning – Overall Description

What are Spatial Reasoning and Spatial Visualization?

What is this Resource About?

What about EQAO?

Conceptual Understandings and Procedural Fluency – We Need Both

Skills People Really Use

Inquiry: Learning from What Works and What Doesn’t

Using the Array to Model Multiplication Situations: The Apartment Problem

Using the Array to Model Multiplication and Division Situations: The Cookie Problem

Understanding the Multiplication Landscape

Inquiry: A Need and a Want to Know

Introduction: Revisiting Thinking about Representations and Models

Dimensions of Effective Leaders

Teachers Matter

Community Partners

Collaborative Inquiry

From Engagement to Empowerment

Classroom Culture

Accountable Talk

Multiple Destinations

Up-Shift

Robust and Relevant Curriculum

The Literate Graduate

Student DNA

From First to Second Order Change

Putting Faces on the Data

Becoming Consciously Skilled

14 Parameters

Good to Great to Innovate

Success Criteria and Learning Goals in Math Learning – audio only

Purposes of Assessment – audio only

Learning the Content Knowledge – audio only

Planning Moves for Teachers – audio only

Parents as Partners – Math Messages – audio only

Getting Kids Motivated – Overcoming Math Anxiety – audio only

Further Reflection on the Collaborative Inquiry

The Power of Manipulatives and Learning Tools

Digging Deeper into Student Profiles and Mathematical Thinking

Math Content Knowledge: The Caterpillar and Leaves Task

Some Observations from the Collaborative Inquiry

Math Content Knowledge: The Matchstick Task

Framework of the Collaborative Inquiry

Introduction: Questions Guiding the Collaborative Inquiry

More Math

Culturally Responsive Mathematics

Paying Attention to Spatial Reasoning

Conditions for Effective Teaching of Mathematics

Math Beyond Number

Math Knowledge for Teaching

A Strong Learning Environment

Pedagogy

In the Heart of the Practice

Math For Young Children

Math Questions about Building Design

Calculating the Height of a Building

Architecture and Mathematics

White Spaces in the Curriculum

What’s Wrong with Mathematics Teaching?

Teach and Assess for Transfer

Reliability and Validity

Individual Accountability

Feedback and Mindset

Feedback

Essential Questions About Assessment

Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction

Culminating Task

Backward Design

Authentic Assessment

Assessment Strategies

A Dynamic Model for Assessment

Design with the End in Mind

What is the Point?

The Administrator’s Role

Technology and Mathematics

Substance not Structures

Parents: Be Intentional and Casual

It’s About Learning

Focus on Reasoning

Math Anxiety

Mental Math

Automaticity

Improving Spatial Reasoning

Gender

Spatial Language

Pedagogy

Spatial Thinking

What is Spatial Reasoning?

Purposes of Assessment

Learning the Content Knowledge

Planning Moves for Teachers

Success Criteria and Learning Goals in Math Learning

Parents as Partners – Math Messages

Getting Kids Motivated – Overcoming Math Anxiety

Assessment and Feedback

Assessing Impact

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Empowerment Through Inquiry

Relationships

System Support

Educators as Co-learners

The Showcase

Showcase Preparation

Using Multiple Representations: Tackling Real World Problems

Learning from the Redesign

Developing Design Thinking

Inquiry Matters: Parents’ Perspective

Student-led Conference: Action-oriented Inquiry

Inquiry Check-in: Collaboration

Mary Jean Gallagher: An Introduction

Student-led Conference: Home School Communication

Inquiry Check-in: Sharing the Learning

Inquiry Check-in: Questions and Probes

Inquiry Check-in: Decision-making

Integration: Music and Technology

Authentic Learning: Financial Literacy

Accountable Talk: Creating Culture

Accountable Talk: Growing Ideas

Engaging Students Through Social Media

Students Talk About Inquiry

Engaging in the Process

Inquiry-based Learning

Creating a Sense of Belonging

Queen Alexandra Middle School: A Growth Mindset

No Magic Bullets – audio only

The Deficit Model is Still Alive and Well – audio only

Know Your Own Fish Tank by Looking at Someone Else’s – audio only

Reflection on the Ontario Context – audio only

Moving Beyond ‘Politically Correct’ – audio only

The Main Game: Key Paths To Reform

Indigenous Views on Reform

No Magic Bullets

The Deficit Model is Still Alive and Well

Know Your Own Fish Tank By Looking at Someone Else

Know Your Own Story

Reflection on the Ontario Context

Moving Beyond “Politically Correct”

Overcoming Cultural Viruses – audio only

Questions – Weapons or Gifts? – audio only

Why do Listening and Dialogue Matter? – audio only

Culture, Conversations and Collaboration – audio only

The Power of a Trusting Culture – audio only

Overcoming Cultural Viruses

Questions – Weapons or Gifts?

Why do Listening and Dialogue Matter?

Culture, Conversations, and Collaboration

The Power of a Trusting Culture

An Entrusted Responsibility

The Centrality of Indigenous Bodies

Limits of Empathy

Humanizing History Through Family

The Challenges of Using Stories

Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching – Play all

Module 3: Leadership for Learning

Module 2: Engaging and Relevant Instruction

Module 1: Welcoming and Inclusive Environments

Introduction

Assessment and Feedback

Assessing Impact

Parents Agree, Inquiry Matters

Queen Alexandra graduates sharing their insights

A Music Teacher’s Unique Support of the Inquiry Process

Sharing the Learning

Inquiry Projects at the Junior Level

Presenting a Disaster

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

An Authentic Inquiry

Discussing the Hot Topics

Knowledge Building Lets Them Discover

Promoting Voice through Engagement

Intermediate Students Share Their Thinking on Inquiry Projects

Academic Press Day

Using Multiple Representations: Tackling Real World Problems

System Support

Students Talk About Inquiry

Student-led Conference: Home School Communication

Student-led Conference: Action-oriented Inquiry

Showcase Preparation

Relationships

Queen Alexandra Middle School: A Growth Mindset

Learning from the Redesign

The Showcase

Integration: Music and Technology

Inquiry-based Learning

Inquiry Matters: Parents’ Perspective

Inquiry Check-in: Collaboration

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Engaging Students Through Social Media

Engaging in the Process

Empowerment Through Inquiry

Developing Design Thinking

Creating a Sense of Belonging

Authentic Learning: Financial Literacy

Assessment and Feedback

Assessing Impact

Accountable Talk: Growing Ideas

Accountable Talk: Creating Culture

Using Manipulatives to Represent Thinking – The Number Line

Understanding Formulas

The Value of Mistakes

The Role of Administrators

Proportional Reasoning Across the Grades

Connections between Concepts and Units

Making and Proving Conjectures

Attitudes about Mathematics

Overall Introduction

The Benefits of Math Talk

Sharing the Professional Learning with Students

Reflecting on the Collaborative Culture

Questioning in Conversations

Student Clip Glimpses of Grade 12 Students Problem Solving 2

Student Clip Glimpses of Grade 12 Students Problem Solving 1

Creating and Sustaining a Collaborative Classroom Culture

Conversations and Evaluation

Student Clip – Developing and Proving Conjectures

Grade 7 Conversations – Using Diagrams to Visualize

Grade 7 Conversations – Using Area

Grade 7 Conversations – Understanding Similarity and Properties of Shapes

Grade 7 Conversations – The Challenge of Using Calculations

Grade 7 Conversations – Reflection and Next Steps

Grade 6 Conversations – Using Manipulatives to Represent Thinking

Grade 6 Conversations – Reflection

Grade 6 Conversations – Observing Students in Action

Descriptive Feedback to Prompt Conversations in Math

Grade 5 Conversations – Using Benchmarks

Grade 5 Conversations – Using a Scale

Grade 5 Conversations – Using a Diagram

Grade 5 Conversations – Next Steps

Grade 5 Conversations – Formulas and Conversions

Grade 5 Conversations – Distinguishing between Perimeter and Area

Unitizing and Counting Money

The Importance of Spatial Reasoning

Teacher Efficacy

Student Clip – Developing Teacher and Student Efficacy

Reflection on the Journey

Numbers to 1000

Moving from One to One Counting to Skip Counting

Introduction to Conversations in Secondary

Introduction to Junior/Intermediate Conversations

Introduction to Junior Conversations

Introduction to Conversations in Primary

Classifying Numbers

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