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Math Anxiety: An Important Component of Mathematical Success

Considerations for Next Steps

Resources to Support Well-Being

Identities and Well-Being

TRC and Well-Being

Reaching All

Positive Relationships

Positive Learning Environments

What Does Well-Being Mean to You?

Primary: Connecting Linear Measurement to Quantity

Primary: Anticipating Student Thinking

Comparing Objects: Overall Description

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

Primary: Linking Language to Non-Verbal Reasoning

Primary: Actions with the Tools

Non-Verbal Reasoning: Overall Description

Primary: Composing and Decomposing to Understand Operations

Primary: Composing and Decomposing to Understand Quantity

Composing and Decomposing: Overall Description

Scaling Up or Down: Primary

Scaling Up or Down: Overall Description

Primary: Developing Proportional Reasoning through Unitizing

Proportional Reasoning: Overall Description

Visualizing: Primary

Visualizing: Overall Description

Supporting Students with Special Needs

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?

Games Support Understanding and Fluency

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


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

Math For Young Children

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


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

Creating the Conditions for Learning Mathematics: Overview

Insights Into Effective Practice

Parent Reflection

Meaning Maker – Introduction

Four Resources Model – Overview

Birthday Bag

Classroom Blog

Home and School Connections – Introduction

Mystery Box

Parent Engagement

Text User Introduction



Aboriginal Education for all Students

Seven Stones

Deficit Model


Community Involvement

Diverse Ways of Knowing

Listen First

Valuable and Long-lasting Teaching

Indigenous Cultures

Champions of Aboriginal Education

Countering the Myths

Aboriginal Knowledge for all Students

Understanding Language

Cultural Identity

Promising Practices

Respect Diversity

Historical Similarities


Family Engagement

A Sense of Belonging

Identity and Culture

Building Content Knowledge

Beware of Assumptions

About Learning Communities

Three Things that Matter For Learners

Working With Your School’s Assets

Authentic Problem-Solving

Documentation Panels

Inquiry-Based Learning

Literacy Techniques: Treasure Words

Vocabulary for Thinking

Writing Conference

Vivid Verbs

Shared Writing

Shared Reading

Descriptive Language

Building Sentences

Word Study


Writing: Labels

Unfamiliar Words


Inquiry: Gathering Data



Allan Luke: Vocabulary

Phonemic Awareness

Alphabetic Awareness

Code User – Introduction

Running Record: Informational Text

Running Record: iPad

Running Record: Benefits

Learning Stations: Feedback

Descriptive Feedback



Student-Teacher Reading Conference

Documenting the Learning

Thumbs Up

Student Self-Assessment

Bump It Up Wall

Michael Fullan – Next Steps

Michael Fullan – Networks

Michael Fullan – Six Secrets

Michael Fullan – Building Relationships of Collaboration

Michael Fullan – Trust

Michael Fullan – Change

Michael Fullan – Learning is Work

Michael Fullan – Leadership in Ontario Schools

Michael Fullan – Targets

Michael Fullan – Principalship

Michael Fullan – Self-Assessment

Michael Fullan – Insights that Lead to Action and Improvement

Michael Fullan – Theory of Action

Michael Fullan – Top Performing Schools

Michael Fullan – The Digital Dimension

Michael Fullan – Innovative Pedagogy

Michael Fullan – Current Practice

Michael Fullan – Transparency

Michael Fullan – Leadership Qualities

Michael Fullan – Teamness

Michael Fullan – The Growth Mindset

Michael Fullan – Leadership: A Current View

Allan Luke – Critical Literacy

Allan Luke – Digital Culture

Allan Luke – Diverse Ways of Seeing the World

Allan Luke – Rich Tasks

Allan Luke – Assessment

Allan Luke – Second Wave Issues

Allan Luke – Whole School Curriculum Mapping

Allan Luke – Hot and Cool Curriculum

Allan Luke – Adaptive Teaching

Allan Luke – Differentiated Pressure and Support

Allan Luke – It’s About Repertoire

Allan Luke – Pedagogically Focused Leadership

Allan Luke – Second Wave Change

Allan Luke – Innovative Assessment

Allan Luke – Teaching: An Art and a Science

Allan Luke – Assessment for Learning

Does a Circle Have Sides?

Taking Up Work


Set Up for Measurement Activity

Opening Routines

Promoting Collective Responsibility

Actively Oversee the Instructional Program

Providing Teachers with the Opportunity to Observe Effectively

Providing Adequate Preparation Time for Teachers

Observing Instruction and Giving Feedback

Connect the School to the Wider Environment

Help Families Support Their Children

Involve Staff in Important School Decisions

Leadership Opportunities for Staff

Resources to Support Collaborative Work

Personal Professional Learning

Respond to Individual Staff Members’ Unique Needs and Expertise

Recognize Accomplishments of Staff

Staff Learn From Each Other

Introduction and Setting Directions

John Hattie: Content Knowledge

John Hattie: Class Size

John Hattie: Diversity as an Asset

John Hattie: Learning Intentions and Success Criteria

John Hattie: Challenging All Students

John Hattie: Magnitude of Growth

John Hattie: Targets and Benchmarks

John Hattie: Visible Learning

John Hattie: Know Thy Impact

John Hattie: Explicit Instruction

John Hattie: Teaching Reading

John Hattie: What is Knowledge?

John Hattie: Teachers as Change Agents

John Hattie: Next Steps for Student Achievement

John Hattie: Sustainability

John Hattie: Principals as Change Agents

John Hattie: Instructional Leadership

Avis Glaze: Career Development

Avis Glaze: Educators as Futurists

Avis Glaze: Student Voice

Avis Glaze: Technology

Avis Glaze: Equity of Outcomes

Indicator 6.4 – Grades K-6 (Part 1)

Indicator 6.4 – Grades K-6 (Part 2)

Indicator 6.3 – Grades K-6

Indicator 6.2 – Grades K-12 (Part 3)

Indicator 6.2 – Grades K-12 (Part 2)

Indicator 5.4 – Grades K-3

Indicator 5.3 – Grades K-6

Indicator 5.2 – Grades K-3

Indicator 5.1 – Grades K-3

Indicator 4.7 – Grades K-3

Indicator 4.6 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 4.6 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 4.5 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 4.5 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 4.4 – Grades K-3

Indicator 4.3 – Grades K-3 (Part 3)

Indicator 4.3 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 4.3 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 4.2 – Grades K-3

Indicator 4.1 – Grades K-3

Indicator 3.4 – Grades K-3

Indicator 3.3 – Grades K-3

Indicator 3.2 – Grades K-3

Indicator 3.1 – Grades K-3

Indicator 2.5 – Grades K-3

Indicator 2.4 – Grades K-3

Indicator 2.3 – Grades K-3 (Part 3)

Indicator 2.3 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 2.3 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 2.2 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 2.2 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 2.1 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 2.1 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 1.7 – Grades K-3 (Part 2)

Indicator 1.7 – Grades K-3 (Part 1)

Indicator 1.1 – Grades K-3

It’s About Thinking: Concluding Thoughts

Re-Thinking Teacher Practice

Teacher’s Use of Intentional Language

Self-Regulation: The Teacher’s Role

It’s About Thinking: Introduction

It’s About Inquiry: Planning for Inquiry

The Teacher’s Role in Play-Based Inquiry

Play-Based Inquiry

Types of Inquiry

It’s About Inquiry: Introduction

Developing Self-Regulation in the Classroom

What Can Educators Do to Support Students in Developing Self-Regulation?

How Does Play-Based Learning Support the Development of Self-Regulation?

What is the Difference Between Compliance and Self-Regulation?

What is Self-Regulation?

It’s About Self-Regulating: Introduction

It’s About Documenting: Concluding Thoughts

Documentation Panels

Documenting the Learning

Assessment: Running Record

It’s About Re-Thinking: Concluding Thoughts

Authentic Problem Solving

Co-Constructing Learning

Intentionality in Play-Based Learning

Rethinking Play-Based Learning

It’s About Re-Thinking: Introduction

Consolidating the Learning – Grade 2

Questioning and Listening – Grade 1

Student Teacher Reading Conference – Grade 1

Sharing Learning in Grade 1

An Inquiry Approach to Learning – Grade 1/2 Teacher

Relevance and Authenticity: Articulating Values and Beliefs and Taking Action – Grade 2

Play-based Learning in Authentic Real-Life Contexts – Kindergarten

Reading Different Texts – Grade 2

Talking About Learning in Kindergarten

Peer Conferencing in Grade 2

Authentic Real-Life Inquiry in Kindergarten

Teaching with an Inquiry Stance – Grade 1/2 Teacher

A Child’s Perspective on Reading

Lucy West – Culture of Classroom Discourse

Lucy West – Evidence is in the Learning

Lucy West – Questioning to Understand

Lucy West – The Task

Lucy West – Deepening the Teaching and Learning

Lucy West – Permission to be Imperfect

Lucy West – Collectively We are Smarter

Lucy West – We are Learners

Understanding Geometric Figures: Introduction

Consolidating and Implementing

Students in Action: What do you notice? (with annotations)

Students in Action: What do you notice? (without annotations)

Growth Mindsets


Analyzing and Interpreting Students’ Thinking

Setting the Context for Inquiry

Studying Mathematics for Teaching


Reflections on the Study Group’s Organizational Framework

The Public Research Lesson

Goals of Inquiry, Study, Action

Organizing for the Public Research Lesson

Next Actions in Classroom and Schools

Examining the Public Research Lesson

Indicator 6.2 – Grades K-12 (Part 1)

Educational Challenges



Providing Peer Feedback

Working at Learning Stations

Experiencing Texts of All Types

Focusing on Social Justice

Building Empathy

Establishing Classroom Norms

Understanding Learning Skills

Independent Writing

Guided Practice: Reading Digital Text

Guided Practice: Reading Informational Text

Shared Reading

Choral Reading

Read-Aloud: Main Idea

Consolidating Student Thinking

Developing Student Thinking

Activating Student Thinking

Foundational Beliefs

Family Involvement

Creating a Learning Culture

Selection Process and Building of Trust

Introduction – Background

Teacher Reflections – Student Voice

School-wide Impact – Classroom Culture

The 25 Steps Story

Uncovering Student Thinking

Spreading the SWST Learning

Moving Students Through the Achievement Levels

Implications for Leaders

Building Relationships with Principals

Introduction – The Power of ‘Co’

The Iterative Cycle

It’s Just About the Work

Impact on Students and Teachers

Making Thinking Visible

The SWST-like Stance

Introduction – An Open-to-Learning Stance

A Researcher’s Perspective



Classroom Discourse

Lucy West – Student Voice

Change in Practice

Teacher Reflections – Big Ideas

Student Voice

Classroom Blog

An Inclusive Approach

School Wide Impact – Collaboration

How Conversations Help Us Learn

A Call to Action

Media Literacy

Persuasive Texts

Sharing Ideas

Justifying the Big Idea

Negotiating Meaning – Building Background Knowledge

The Importance of Documentation

Determining the Big Idea

The Impact on Student Achievement

SWST Moderation

The Power of Networking

Origin of Suppositions

Introduction – Theories of Action

Ken Leithwood: Collaborative Processes Matter

Avis Glaze: Excellence with Equity

Avis Glaze: Poverty is not Destiny

Avis Glaze: Narrowing the Gap

Avis Glaze: Education Can Make a Difference

Avis Glaze: Principals as Community Leaders

Avis Glaze: Essential Skills for Future Principals

Avis Glaze: School Leaders

Ken Leithwood: Leadership Challenges

Ken Leithwood: Leadership for the Future

Ken Leithwood: Principals’ Professional Development

Ken Leithwood: Optimism, Resilience and Efficacy

Ken Leithwood: Leadership Rather Than Leaders

Ken Leithwood: Politics of Leadership

Ken Leithwood: Prescription vs. Autonomy

Ken Leithwood: An Integrated Model of Leadership

Ken Leithwood: Ontario Leadership Framework

Ken Leithwood: Collaborative Inquiry

Ken Leithwood: Principal as Co-Learner and Enabler

Ken Leithwood: Fostering Innovation

Ken Leithwood: From Great to Excellent

Ken Leithwood: Impact of Family on Student Achievement

Ken Leithwood: Fostering Academic Emphasis

Ken Leithwood: Establishing Conditions for Learning

Ken Leithwood: A Theory of Action

Avis Glaze: Essential Skills for Principal Leaders

Avis Glaze: From Technical to Social

Avis Glaze: Leaders Are Leaders

Avis Glaze: Responsibilities of Leaders

John Hattie: Impact and Leadership

Ken Leithwood: Creating Enabling Conditions

Ken Leithwood: Nothing Will Stand in Your Way

Ken Leithwood: Principal Influence

Optimism, Efficacy and Resilience

Asking Why

Avis Glaze: Our Common Humanity

Avis Glaze: Student Voice

Big Picture Thinking

Four-Sentence Research Model

How Structures Can Liberate

Ken Leithwood: Autonomy And Responsibility

Ken Leithwood: Big Puzzle

Ken Leithwood: Challenges Leaders Face

Ken Leithwood: Differentiated Support

Ken Leithwood: “Don’t go to Abilene!”

Ken Leithwood: Effective Distributed Leadership

Ken Leithwood: Family Path

Ken Leithwood: Finding the Balance

Ken Leithwood: Learning Our Way Forward

Ken Leithwood on Self-Efficacy

Ken Leithwood: Personal Resources

Ken Leithwood: Relational Trust

Ken Leithwood: The Exercise of Influence

Learning Stance

Michael Fullan on a Current View

Researchers Sharing Insights


The AHA Moment

The Notion of An Idea

When PLTs Lose a Member

Building Relationships

Culture and Relationships

Engaging Parents in Math


Ken Leithwood on ‘Getting Us There’

Ken Leithwood on PLCs and Expectations

Making Sense of the Work

Math Collaboration

PLT and School Connections

PLTs and Their Impact

Primary Math Class

The Power of Collaboration

Types of Learning Teams

Alignment Through a Math Project

Conversations Are Changing

Grand Conversations

Influencing Others

Ken Leithwood: PLTs as a Source of Advice

Ken Leithwood: Updating the OLF

Spreading Ideas

Spreading Ideas by Working Together

Building the Commons


Digital Entry Points for Students

Extending Learning Beyond the School Day

From Idea to Reality

How the Commons was Named

Making My Practice Visible

Meeting Students Where They Are

Michael Fullan: A Digital Dimension

Principal as Digital Networker

Rainy River DSB: Use of Digital Applications to Support Collaboration

Teachable Moments

What is the Commons?

Why the Commons?

Dilemmas Principals Face

The Answers Are in the Room

The Social Design of Lessons

What Does Good Look Like?

How to Spread Good Ideas

Ken Leithwood: Leaders and Purpose

Ken Leithwood: Single Goal

Ken Leithwood: Working Together Matters

Making Thinking Visible

Michael Fullan: Leader as Learner

PLT Learning Discussions

PLT Shares Why Working Together Matters

The Essence of an Effective Principal Learning Team

The Power of Relationships

Using Resources Wisely

Why Working in a PLT Matters

A Principal and Teacher Discuss Assessment

A Principal Shares Student Feedback about Math

Another Perspective, Another Look

Connecting Math Problems to the Real World

Discovering Student Voice

FoS SO Talks about the Impact of PLTs

John Hattie Talks about Learning Intentions

Ken Leithwood: Intellectual Engagement

Michael Fullan: Students Owning the Work

Michael Fullan: Transparency

Student Feedback Loop

Students Informing Practice

Taking the Lead from Students

Doug Clements: Integrated Concrete Concepts

Doug Clements: Intentional Instruction

Doug Clements: Intentional Play-Based Learning

Doug Clements: Learning Trajectories

Lucy West: Making Meaning

Lucy West: Culture of Classroom Discourse

Lucy West: Student Voice

Lucy West: Talk, Task, Feedback

Lucy West: Questioning

Math Talk, Conferencing and Professional Learning

Analysis of Consolidating Student Thinking

Analysis of Activating and Developing Student Learning

Thinking About Today’s Lesson

Analysing Yesterday’s Lesson

Sharing the Writing Plans





Questions to Think About

Competence-Based Learning


Wisdom: Yesterday vs Today

Is Learning a Big Enough Goal?

What are the Basics for the Future?

Focus on the Reason for Using the Technology

What is the Goal of Education?

Digital Wisdom

How Has Education Changed?

Ken Leithwood: Collective Learning

Student Peer Feedback

Lucy West – Making Meaning

Lucy West: Barriers to Talk

Lucy West – Culture of Classroom Discourse

Lucy West – Barriers to Talk

Lucy West – Student Voice

Lucy West – Moving the Learning Forward

Lucy West – Becoming a Learning Organization

Lucy West – Talk into Action

Lucy West – The Role of the Principal

Lucy West – Envisioning the Future

Lucy West – Effective Practice

Masculinity and Next Steps

Jerome Harste and Vivian Vasquez: Critical Literacy

Jerome Harste and Vivian Vasquez: Student Inquiry

Inquiry-Based Learning

Agents of Text


Early Math Learning

Lucy West – Creating a Learning Organization

Which Boys? and Sexism

Lucy West – Descriptive Feedback: Principal to Teacher

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving – Critical Literacy

Citizenship – Skyping

Citizenship – A Call To Action

Avis Glaze: Character Development

Avis Glaze: The Society We Want

Avis Glaze: Education for Democracy

Lucy West – Listening

Lucy West – Developing Collaborative Habits of Mind

What is a Mathematician?

Allan Luke – The Matter of Truth

Collaborative Learning

Allan Luke – Literacy Across the Curriculum

The 6 Cs – Presentations and Conversations

The 6 Cs – Loaded Language

Communication – Student Reflections

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving – Student Reflections

The 6 Cs – Teachers and Students Debrief

Creativity and Imagination – Joyce Public School

Creativity and Imagination – The Students Perspective

Creativity and Imagination – Preparing for Shared Writing

Avis Glaze: Intelligence and Character

Classroom Visit #2

Debrief of Classroom Visit #1

Classroom Visit #1

Setting the Context

Principal Team Debrief

Learning Team Debrief

Debrief of Classroom Visit #2

Literature Circles: Teacher Debrief

Self-Assessment Through Media Construction

Student-Facilitated Literature Circles

Teacher-Facilitated Literature Circles

Literature Circles: An Overview

Before Viewing

Teachers and Students Debrief

Developing a Critical Stance

Preparing for Inquiry

Defining the Task

The Task: Teacher Rationale

Digital Literary Response


Digital Interview

Digital Report

Digital Monologues

Teacher Reflections

Students Moderate Peer Writing

Establishing Success Criteria

Investigating Text Forms

Lucy West – Why Feedback?

Lucy West – What Really Matters?

Lucy West – Questioning

Lucy West – Types of Talk

Lucy West – Talk Task Feedback

Lucy West – Collaboration

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Student Reflections


Inquiry Tools in the Classroom

Student Led Conference part 2 – Grade 3

Student Led Conference part 1 – Grade 3

Parents as Partners

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Authentic Writing

Authentic Relevant Learning

Action-Oriented Authentic Learning

Inquiry Student Reflections

Learning and Communicating

21st Century Learning Processes

21st Century Tools in the Classroom

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Student Self-Assessment

Powerful Language

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Media Literacy

Richard Worzel

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Collaborative Learning

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Student Inquiry

Critical Literacy for All Ages

21st Century Teaching and Learning: David Booth

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Student Voice

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Teacher Impact

Building Global Mindedness

Snapshots of Effective Practice: Guided Reading

Literary Conversations – Predicting to Support Comprehension

Visualizing: Grade 1

Annette Woods: Critical Literacy

Critical Literacy: Read Aloud

Vocabulary Development Through Word Sorts

Shared Student Writing

Teacher/Student Writing Conference

Using Powerful Words in Writing

Shared Reading Using Cloze

Powerful Words

Fostering Independent Learning

Preparing for Shared Writing

Reciprocal Teaching

Snapshots of Effective Practice: Shared Reading

Snapshots of Effective Practice: Read Aloud

Student Led Conference 2

Student Led Conference 1

Writing Conference: Student/Teacher

21st Century Teaching and Learning: Critical Literacy

Allan Luke – Scalability at the School Level

Precision Teaching in the Primary Classroom – Writing: Shared Writing

Precision Teaching in the Primary Classroom – Writing Conference: Peers

Primary Literacy – Success Criteria and Exemplars

Primary Literacy – Shared Writing

A Quick Check for Understanding

Allan Luke – Social Class Phonics and the Early Years

Allan Luke – Pedagogical Diversity

Classroom Tour

Student Self-Assessment

Guided Reading Debrief

Guided Reading

Writing Conference: Peers

Success Criteria and Exemplars

Multiple Meaning of Words

Inference Game

Differentiated Word Sort and Teacher Debrief

Making the Learning Visible

Precision Teaching in the Primary Classroom – Introduction

Teachers Demonstrate Effective Descriptive Feedback

Classroom Tour

The Student’s Perspective

Moderation of Student Work

Preparing for Shared Writing

Teachers Demonstrate Effective Descriptive Feedback

Developing Inquiring Minds – Introduction

Grade 3 – Conference 2

Grade 3 – Conference 1

Perspectives – Teachers

Perspectives – Literacy Coach

Perspectives – Principal

Informing Practice – Process Portfolios

Informing Practice – Learning Intentions and Success Criteria

Informing Practice – Classroom Tour

Informing Practice – Voice Thread

Student-Led Conferences: Grade 3 Parent Reflections

Student-Led Conferences: Grade 3 Student Reflections

Grade 3 – Conference 4

Grade 3 – Conference 3

Summary Remarks

Changing Practice

Playful Talk: Practising Focused Conversations at Centres

Playful Talk: Demonstrating Focused Conversations at Centres

Planned Talk: Teaching Think-Pair-Share

Analyzing Talk

Network Forming and Norming

Networked Learning Communities

The Importance of Oral Language


Sharon List

Denese Belchetz

Parkview Public School-YRDSB

Joyce Public School

Parenting Centres-TDSB

Holy Name School Pembroke-RCCDSB

Charles H. Hulse PS-OCDSB

Our Lady of Sorrows School-NPSCDSB

Queen Elizabeth PS

Sacred Heart School-CDSB

Terezia Zoric

Kathleen Gallagher

Abdi Yousuf

Peter Dorfman

George Dei

Elizabeth Coelho

Coaching for Student Success in Mathematics

The New Literacies

Effective Instruction


Teacher Moderation

Critical Literacies

New Eduscape

Historical Perspectives


Canada and the World

Making Mathematics Accessible for All Students

Rethinking Classroom Assessment with Purpose in Mind

Successful Practices in the Education of Black Students

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