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Talking Teaching: Inquiry for Innovation

The Six C’s – Transferable Skills

Solving the Logo Problem


Use Technology Effectively to Drive Innovation

Defining Deep Learning

The Maker Movement

Introduction to Integrative Thinking

Positive Problem Solving Using the Pro Pro Chart – part 1

Inquiry Learning

Integrative Thinking Trailer

The Difference That Makes a Difference

Problem-solving Models

Ladder of Inference: Consolidation for Deeper Understanding

Ladder of Inference: Classroom Lesson

Embracing Tension

Empowerment through Community Relationships

Advancing Ideas in the World

All Inquiry is Not Created Equal

Applying Integrative Thinking

Roger Martin’s Example of Problem Solving using Integrative Thinking

Collaborative Problem Solving

The Case for Real Life Problem Solving

Primary Students Sound The Alarm: An Issue that Matters

Primary Students Sound the Alarm: Math Makes a Case

Junior Students: A Community in Transition – Math is Personal

Steven Strogatz – Math is Creativity

Benefits of Maker Space

Real-life Problem-solving

Thinking and Problem-solving

Monitoring to Encourage Collaborative Problem Solving

Understanding the Math: Moving Students from Additive to Multiplicative Thinking

Understanding the Math: The Big Idea of Unitizing

Causal Modeling

Authentic Learning

Connections to Knowledge Building

Ideas-based Learning

Real World Math: The Garden Stone Problem

Critical and Creative Thinking in the Math Classroom

What makes math interesting anyway?

What is the Point?

Developing Design Thinking

Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching – Play all

Module 2: Engaging and Relevant Instruction

Developing Design Thinking

Student Clip Glimpses of Grade 12 Students Problem Solving 2

Student Clip Glimpses of Grade 12 Students Problem Solving 1

“Chapter One Problem”: Getting Started in the Classroom

Aboriginal Knowledge for all Students

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

What is achievement?

Grade 6: Problem Solving with Technology

The Instructional Core

Rethinking Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment


Mathematical Success: A Conceptual Approach

Shifts in Math Education

Jeffrey Wilhelm Debrief

Quick Write and Choral Montage

Mantle of the Expert

Responding to Text: Small-Group Sharing

Building Common Background Knowledge: Read Aloud

Discovering Voice: Creating the Conditions for Learning

Authentic Problem Solving

Social Justice Math: Doing the Math

Social Justice Math: Student Reflections

Social Justice Math: Setting the Context

Discovering Voice: Student Reflections

Building Collective Knowledge: Whole Group Sharing

Working On It: Play All

Using Friendly Numbers

Constructing Equivalent Rates

Using Unit Rate


Introducing the Lesson Problem

Plan for the math by Doing the Math

Solving the Problem

Having a Partner Helps!

Solving the Lesson Problem

Instructional Big Ideas

Student Reflections

Co-teaching as a Whole School Strategy

Building Self-Efficacy

Students View Themselves as Mathematicians

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving – Critical Literacy

What is a Mathematician?

Allan Luke – The Matter of Truth

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving – Student Reflections

Action-Oriented Authentic Learning

Problem Solving

Setting the Context for Problem Solving

Mathematics Learning Environment

Teachers Analyzing Student Work

Learning Mathematics Within Contexts

Making Mathematics Accessible to All Students

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

Developing and Taking an Inquiry Stance

The Importance of Practice

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