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Webinars Supporting the Elementary Math Curriculum

Professional Learning - Coding Series

If you have limited to no experience in teaching coding, this webinar will help you understand and teach the coding expectations in the new curriculum, as well as introduce the cross-curricular connections to the science and technology curriculum.

This webinar is offered by Science North.

Assessment, Evaluation, and Reporting in the Elementary Math Curriculum

Review key concepts in assessment, evaluation and reporting within the context of the revised math curriculum. Explore supports that can refine and enhance your assessment practices of mathematics.

This webinar is offered by the Ministry of Education.

Coding in the Elementary Math Curriculum

Learn more about coding in the revised curriculum. Expand your knowledge of the coding expectations, and review key ideas about teaching coding including examples of classroom activities.

This webinar is offered by the Ministry of Education.

Mathematical Modelling

Learn about the new mathematical modelling expectation. Deepen your understanding of the mathematical modelling process and how the process could be connected to other strands in the math curriculum.

This webinar is offered by the Ministry of Education.


Upcoming Mathematics Webinars - Date and Registration TBD

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Provincial Math Lead Check In

This check in will provide board leads with an opportunity to share promising practices and learnings with one another related to the implementation of the math strategy, including the elementary math curriculum.

Coding (OAME/AFEMO)

In these webinars, educators will be Introduced to the lesson and assessment plans that were developed to support teachers in implementing the new Coding strand in the revised elementary math curriculum.

Sessions will be offered separately for Primary, Junior and Intermediate divisions.

Supporting Students with Special Education Needs

In this webinar, participants will review the principles of supporting students with special education needs in mathematics. Participants will explore how precise and personalized instruction and assessment approaches in mathematics can effectively advance the learning of a diverse group of students in the elementary grades.

High Impact Instructional Practices in Mathematics

In this webinar, participants will explore the resource document, “High-Impact Instructional Practices in Mathematics”. Participants will review key characteristics of each practice and consider how they could be refined, expanded upon or integrated into their existing instructional practices.

Provincial Math Lead Check In

This check in will provide board leads with an opportunity to share promising practices and learnings with each another on the implementation of the math strategy, including the elementary math curriculum.

Cross-Curricular and Integrated Learning in Mathematics

In this webinar, participants will review key aspects of cross-curricular and integrated learning. Participants will also explore considerations for planning an integrated program and new approaches needed to enhance math learning.

Financial Literacy

In this webinar, participants will expand their understanding of this new math strand. Participants will review what Financial Literacy looks like across the grades and explore key ideas for teaching and learning in this strand.

Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion in Mathematics Education

In this webinar, participants will learn about the key role human rights, equity and inclusion plays in effective mathematics instruction. Participants will also consider implications for the instruction of the revised elementary math curriculum.

Math Facts

In this webinar, participants will review the importance of math facts in the revised math curriculum. Participants will also review supports for their ongoing learning about the instruction of math facts as well as examples of classroom activities.

Fractions

In this webinar, participants will broaden their understanding of fractions in the curriculum - including how the learning about fractions looks across the grades. Participants will also review supports for their ongoing learning about the instruction of fractions as well as examples of classroom activities.


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