Differentiating Mathematics Instruction

What does differentiating mathematics instruction mean to you? What differentiated instructional strategies have you used in your classroom? What are some challenges to implementing such strategies?

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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…

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Kindergarten Matters: Planned, Purposeful, and Playful Talk

Life as a Kindergarten teacher can sometimes be lonely and isolating! But a new style of Kindergarten network focused on improving student achievement through collaborative inquiry is bringing Kindergarten teachers together from one family of schools for both personal support and professional learning.

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Networked Learning Communities – VIDEO

Networks provide educators with opportunities to interact with each other within the boundaries of their own schools and boards or far beyond those traditional boundaries. These networks take many forms, some formal, others informal, and can include members representative of one role or of a variety of roles.

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Non-Fiction Writing – VIDEO

We live in the information age. Over 80% of the texts we encounter or create daily are non-fiction. It is essential that students develop the skills with which to make and convey meaning using non-fiction texts of all types.

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Schools on the Move: Collaborating, Partnering and Networking Lighthouse Program – VIDEO

The context for Schools on the Move is the diversity of Ontario and the good work being done in schools across the province. Emerging from both the Schools on the Move themselves and the research literature are five major themes that describe the practices that are required to move schools forward:

Monitoring Student Learning and Setting Direction
Managing Cultural Change and Redesigning the Environment
Focus on Teaching and Learning
Shared and Distributed Leadership for Learning
Connecting with Families and Community
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Keeping Momentum

Private: Today’s Learner for Tomorrow’s World – VIDEO

This is an exciting and challenging time to be involved in the teaching profession. We live in a world of globalization and rapid technological development. How do we help students gain the critical and analytical skills necessary to be successful in the future they will inherit?

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