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Intermediate Teacher’s Reflections on Deep Learning

Sarah Greenwald – We All Have the Capability

Sarah Greenwald – Connecting Interests

Sarah Greenwald – Pop Culture in the Classroom

Sarah Greenwald – Bringing Humour to Math Learning

Steven Strogatz – The Math in Six Degrees of Separation

Steven Strogatz – Using Math to Explain Coincidence

Steven Strogatz – Teachers as Perpetual Learners

Steven Strogatz – Making Math Exciting for Everyone

Steven Strogatz – Math is Creativity

Steven Strogatz – Making Math Meaningful

Lisa Lunney Borden – Authentic Learning

Lisa Lunney Borden – Honouring and Embracing Indigenous Knowledge

Lisa Lunney Borden – Creating a Sense of Belonging

Lisa Lunney Borden – The Importance of Language

Lisa Lunney Borden – Integration of Culture in the Classroom

Lisa Lunney Borden – Building Better Relationships

Lisa Lunney Borden – Connecting Mathematical Learning in the Classroom

Marian Small – Visual Representations

Marian Small – Math Anxiety

Marian Small – Big Ideas

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

Introduction to Junior/Intermediate Conversations

Spreading Inquiry Practice, Gr. 7

Transforming My Practice through inquiry, Gr. 6 & 7

The Power of Inquiry, Gr. 8

Assessment and Inquiry-based Learning, Gr. 6 & 7

Inquiry A Classroom Model for Todays World, Gr. 6 & 7

Educators Fostering an Inquiry Approach, Gr. 6 & 7

I Am Teaching Thinking, Gr. 6 & 7

Teachers Reflecting on Student Inquiry, Gr. 7

Satisfying Way to Teach


Getting Started part 2

Getting Started part 1

Creating Ideas


Grade 8: Glimpses of Incorporating Technology when Solving the Movie Theatre Problem

Medium Ideas

Self-Organized Learning

Self-Organized Learning Environment

The Power of Math Inquiry

What is achievement?

Math Curriculum: What teachers need to know

The Need for Powerful Tools: Formal and Informal Understanding in Math

The Power of Collaborative Learning

Pushing Our Own Thinking: Teaching and Learning Math

Responding to Students

Adaptive Learning and Digital Environments

Doing Computations with Understanding

The Multiplication Landscape

Big Ideas, Strategies and Modelling

Basic facts or conceptual understandings? A False Dichotomy

What is numeracy?

Skills in a Technological Society

A Tool, Not a Rule

The Art of Mathematics

Creativity and Mathematically Interesting Problems

Representing: Purpose guides the way

Leadership Matters

Self-Organizing Systems

Is knowing obsolete?

Changing Classrooms

Effective Professional Learning

Computational Fluency

Problem Solving: An Inquiry Approach

Productive vs Unproductive Struggle: Understanding Student Thinking

Curiosity, Content and the Correct Answer

The Impact of Assessment

Multimodal Learning

Hands on Mathematics

The Art of Math

Think about Why

Building Fluency with +/- Facts

Assessment “Good for All Students”

Another Look at Triangulation

Rethinking Reporting in a Technical Age

Culture of Engagement and Curiosity

Rethinking Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment

Beyond “Do You Know It?”: The Achievement Chart

Mental Math: Thinking Flexibly with Numbers

Mathematical Success: A Conceptual Approach

Learning Beliefs in Mathematics

STEM Implications

Math Perceptions: Dispelling the Myth

Mindsets and the Learning of Math

Mindsets and Mistakes

Shifts in Math Education

Timed Learning and Math Anxiety

Why is numeracy important?

The Numberline: Model And Equivalence

Models: Powerful Tools for Thinking

Indicator 1.6 – Grades 7-8

Indicator 1.5 – Grades 7-8

Indicator 1.4 – Grades 7-8

Indicator 1.3 – Grades 7-8

Indicator 1.2 – Grades 7-8 (Part 2)

Indicator 1.2 – Grades 7-8 (Part 1)

Indicator 1.1 – Grades 7-8

Social Justice Math: Doing the Math

Social Justice Math: Being in the Learner’s Role

Social Justice Math: Consolidation

Social Justice Math: Teacher Reflections

Social Justice Math: Collaborative Inquiry

Social Justice Math: Building a Culture of Learning

Social Justice Math: Setting the Context

What is Social Justice Math?

Social Justice Math: Gallery Walk

Reading Conference: Text Structure

TLCP – Stage 2: Check-in

TLCP – Introduction

TLCP – Power of Student Work

TLCP – Power of Data Walls

TLCP – Moral Imperative

TLCP – Stage 1: Getting Started

TLCP – Stage 3: Reflection and Next Steps

Effective Instruction in Reading Comprehension – Conclusion

Reflection / Metacognition

Gradual Release of Responsibility

Reader’s Theatre

Learning Stations

Language-Rich Environment

Effective Instruction in Reading Comprehension – Language and Word Study

Influences on Comprehension

Reading Conference: Critical Thinking

Literary Conversations

Effective Instruction in Reading Comprehension – Reciprocal Teaching

Accountable Talk: Critical Literacy

Read Aloud: Critical Literacy/Questioning


Strategic Instruction

Individual Conference: Assessment / Metacognition

Guided Reading: Metacognition

Shared Reading: Text Structure

Making Predictions

Literacy for the Twenty-First Century

Introduction – Effective Instruction in Reading Comprehension

Grade 8: Group F

Grade 7: Group I

Grade 7: Group K

Grade 7: Group J

Grade 7: Group L

Grade 7: Group M

Grade 8: Group B

Grade 8: Group A

Grade 8: Group C

Grade 8: Group G

Grade 8: Group D

Grade 8: Group E

Proportional Reasoning in Grade 8: Overall Assessment and Next Steps for the Unit and for High School

Proportional Reasoning in Grade 7

Questioning the Moment: Glimpses of Grade 8 Students Solving the Movie Theatre Problem

Proportional Reasoning in Grade 8: Analyzing the Thinking

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