The Mathematics Leadership CoP and partners will be presenting twice at the upcoming OAME 2018 Leadership Conference. We look forward to engaging with attending educators from across Ontario and guests from the US!
More information and session descriptions will be available soon on the OAME website.
The Math Pod is a collaborative open learning opportunity for all educators lead by three Ontario math leadership networks, the MLN, ML2N, and NWML2N.
Cycle 2 of The Math Pod occurred from January 17 – February 7, 2018. Check out the highlights from Cycle 2 in this NEW report by our Mathematics Leadership Community of Practice!
Cycle 3 of The Math Pod begins tonight (April 4th) at 8 p.m. This time around, the theme is “Arithmetic to Algebra: Looking for the Powerful Moments, K-8.” Cathy Fosnot will be opening up her online platform, P2S2, for the month of April and will be running an online Professional Learning Community (PLC) to accompany the weekly radio show on VoicEd Radio. Learn more and register here!
As a large part of their work in Year 2, the Indigenous Knowledge & Mathematics Education Community of Practice (IK CoP) plans to further knowledge mobilization by creating a collaborative workspace on TeachOntario and by developing a series of videos that showcase their work. Click the image below to see their new video trailer on TeachOntario!
To access and discuss IK CoP resources/materials, be sure to login and follow their page on TeachOntario.
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Join us on March 20, 2018 at the Fields Institute for the MKN Workshop, Crossing the Divide: Exploring Critical Transition Issues from Grade 8 to 9 Mathematics.
Registration is now OPEN! Find the full schedule and register at fields.utoronto.ca/activities/17-18/crossing_divide.
Learn more about our Critical Transitions CoP at mathnetwork.ca/transitions.
Check out our latest updates featured in the KNAERative Issue 2! See updates from our CoPs, learn about upcoming events, and find out how you can get involved.
You can find the full KNAERative newsletter here.