As we listen to those we are privileged to serve, our teachers, support staff and Instructional Leaders, we are excited to partner with Marian Small to support you, your students and your learning communities. In response to identified and expressed needs for the following components of Math, please consider the following professional learning opportunity: Many of you may have heard about low floor/high ceiling tasks. These tasks are meant to allow access to all students but to extend students who are ready. We will look at many examples, but also consider their characteristics, so you can figure out how to create your own.
ALL SESSIONS WILL BE RECORDED AND AVAILABLE TO REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ONLY!!
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Marian Small, the former Dean of Education at the University of New Brunswick, writes and speaks about K-12 math across the country. Her focus is on teacher questioning to get at the important math, to include all students, and to focus on critical thinking and creativity. Some resources she has written include Making Math Meaningful for Canadian Students: K-8, Big Ideas from Dr. Small (at several levels), Good Questions: A Great Way to Differentiate Math Instruction, More Good Questions: A Great Way to Differentiate Secondary Math Instruction, Eyes on Math, Gap Closing (for the Ministry of Education in Ontario), Leaps and Bounds toward Math Understanding (at several levels), Uncomplicating Fractions, Uncomplicating Algebra, Building Proportional Reasoning, Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson (at several levels), Fun and Fundamental Math for Young Children, The School Leader’s Guide for Building and Sustaining Math Success, Math that Matters: Targeted Assessment and Feedback, Gr 3- 8,and MathUp, a new digital teaching K – 8 resource.
February 11, 2022
Teachers, Educational Assistants, Mathematics and Numeracy Leads, Instructional Leaders, Parents
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