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!
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.
As part of the RMS Virtual Learning Series, four sessions focused on Supporting Indigenous Learners, in Mathematics will be offered from 1-3 p.m. on October 5, November 9, December 7, 2017 & January 11, 2018.
Ruth Beatty (Lakehead University) and Danielle Blair (on assignment with Ministry of Education) created and are facilitating these sessions which are based on their six years of research and, more specifically, the last five with Pikwakanagan First Nation, The Algonquin Way Cultural Centre, Omamiwinini Pimadjwowin, and Eganville and District Public School. Ruth and Danielle are both Indigenous Knowledge CoP members, and are happy to share their work via link to these sessions on the RMS Learning Exchange, which those interested can register for.
You can register for these sessions here. Details on the Supporting Indigenous Learners, in Mathematics sessions can be found in this PDF.
Be sure to also check out the variety of other sessions taking place during the Fall RMS Virtual Learning Series! You can find all session descriptions, resources, and recordings here
Several opportunities for learning and sharing are coming up this month! Learn more about these opportunities and how you can get involved below.
Computational Thinking in Mathematics Education Symposium, October 13-15
The symposium is hosted by UOIT, sponsored by the Fields Institute and SSHRC, and is supported by the MKN. The registration deadline is Sunday, October 8th.
Learn more about this great opportunity and save your spot here
The Math Pod, October 11, 18, 25, & November 1
The Math Pod is an OPEN learning opportunity organized in collaboration between three regions in the Province of Ontario:
- Barrie Region: Math Leadership and Learning Network (ML2N)
- Northeastern Ontario Region: Mathematics Leadership Network (MLN)
- Northwestern Ontario Region: Math Leadership and Learning Network (ML2N)
The Math Pod is a collaborative learning space for educators who want to learn more about mathematics. They will be engaging with researchers through podcasts, blogging and Twitter chats.
Join them for their Fall series of podcasts on October 11, 18, 25, and November 1 at 8 p.m. with Cathy Fosnot and Stephen Hurley. Learn more at themathpod.ca and follow them on twitter @TheMathPod for regular updates!
NOMA Mini Conference with Cathy Fosnot: The Development of Numeracy, K-8, October 21
The Northern Ontario Mathematics Association (NOMA) will be hosting a full day of learning with Cathy Fosnot in North Bay on Saturday, October 21. All educators are welcome to register for this incredible opportunity. Seats are limited! See their event flyer
for more details.
FNMIEAO Educator Conference, October 28-29
FNMIEAO’s conference will be held in London, Ontario, and will include several workshops specific to the work of the Indigenous Knowledge & Mathematics Education CoP. Presenters include IK CoP members such as Pamala Agawa, Ruth Beatty, and Danielle Blair. Click the flyer on the left for more details!
Registration and all other conference details can be found on their guidebook.
OAME 2018 Session Proposals: Due November 1st
The OAME 2018 conference will take place on May 3-4, 2018. Be sure to submit your session proposal here before November 1, 2017!