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Vocabulary in a Mathematics Classroom

Lisa Lunney Borden – Creating a Sense of Belonging

The Importance of Collaboration and Community

A Community-led Approach

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Accountable Talk: Creating Culture

Engaging in the Process

The Centrality of Indigenous Bodies

Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching – Play all

Module 1: Welcoming and Inclusive Environments

Introduction

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Inclusion Through Knowledge Forum

Engaging in the Process

Accountable Talk: Creating Culture

No Flying Elbows: Building a Talk Community

Communicate with Parents About Mathematics: Extending Understandings

Connect the Dots Across the School: Supporting Families and Educators

That Community Feeling: Safe, Authentic, Transparent

Parent Reflection

Birthday Bag

Classroom Blog

Home and School Connections – Introduction

Mystery Box

Parent Engagement

Listen First

Wagner’s Stage 4 – Building Knowledge on Knowledge Forum

Community Knowledge Collective

Knowledge Building and Knowledge Forum

Developing A Collective Understanding

How do we use Knowledge Forum

Developing the Organization – Connecting Outside

Connecting Outside

Indicator 6.4 – Grades K-6 (Part 1)

Indicator 6.4 – Grades K-6 (Part 2)

Indicator 6.4 – Grades 7-8

Indicator 6.4 – Professional Learning

Indicator 6.3 – Grades K-6

Indicator 6.3 – Grade 7-12

Indicator 6.3 – Professional Learning (Part 1)

Indicator 6.3 – Professional Learning (Part 2)

Indicator 6.2 – Professional Learning (Part 2)

Indicator 6.2 – Professional Learning (Part 3)

Indicator 6.2 – Professional Learning (Part 1)

Indicator 6.2 – Grades K-12 (Part 3)

Indicator 6.2 – Grades K-12 (Part 2)

Indicator 6.1 – Professional Learning (Part 3)

Indicator 6.1 – Professional Learning (Part 2)

Indicator 6.1 – Professional Learning (Part 1)

Family Path in Action

Strengthening Home-School Connections

Bringing in the Community

Having a Partner Helps!

How Does This Relate to Me?

It’s OK to Disagree!

Indicator 6.2 – Grades K-12 (Part 1)

Social Issues Community Project

Successful Practices in the Education of Black Students

The Value of Technology: Twitter as a Vehicle for Professional Learning

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