Math Knowledge Network QUARTERLY 1(3)
Welcome to Volume 1 Issue 3 of the Math Knowledge Network Quarterly!
The first 3 years of the Math Knowledge Network: Impact Report!
We are excited to share the first 3 years of impact from Communities of Practice: Critical Transitions, Computational Modelling, Indigenous Knowledge & Math Leadership.
Thank you to our 36 partner organizations for their support!
George Gadanidis & Donna Kotsopoulos (MKN co-Directors)
PS – To stay up-to-date on upcoming events, activities, and resources, please visit the MKN website, join our mailing list (see subscription form bottom-right), and follow us on Twitter @mknrcm.
In this issue
Two new reports are now available from our Mathematics Leadership CoP!
For more ML CoP information, resources, and events, please visit mathnetwork.ca/math-leadership.
See the new literature review and research study findings on Critical Transitions in Student Mathematical Development, Elementary to Secondary School by Daniel Jarvis and Tiberiu Veres (Nipissing University)!
Learn more about our Critical Transitions CoP on their page, and stay tuned for more resources!
Check out these new resources from our Mathematics Leadership community of practice!
- Literature Review on Content Leadership in Mathematics Education: See the literature review by the ML CoP research team – Dragana Martinovic, Heidi-Horn Olivito, and Nesreen El Kord.
- Recommendations from a Research Summary: See these recommendations prepared by the ML CoP.
Visual representation of the recommendations from a research summary, created by Debbie Donsky.
More resources coming soon.
Want to know more about the Math Leadership CoP? Visit their page to learn about partnerships, activities, resources, and more!
Our Computational Thinking Community of Practice has completed their literature review on Computational Thinking and Mathematics (Kindergarten to Post-secondary). See it here!
See what else our CT CoP is up to on their main page. To receive email updates about our CoPs and more, sign up for our mailing list (right side of page).
Literature review by Rosa Cendros (PhD candidate at Western University).