MKN Quarterly Volume 1, Issue 3

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.

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In this issue

Critical Transitions: 2016 to 2019

Computational Modelling: 2016 to 2019

Indigenous Knowledge: 2016 to 2019

Math Leadership: 2016 to 2019

 

NEW Math Leadership Literature Review & Recommendations

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.

Crossing the Divide: Gr 8-9 Math Transition

Our Critical Transitions CoP has launched a new website focused on the transition from Grade 8-9 Mathematics which features introductory videos (English/French), downloadable infographics, and links to other key resources.

Visit mkncrossingthedivide.ca to  learn about Gr 8-9 transition support strategies, math myths debunked, online resources/supports, and more!

NEW Report: Locally Developed Gr 9 Classroom Study

In Spring 2017, members of our Critical Transitions CoP began a project in locally developed Grade 9 classrooms in partnership with Lakehead University and Lakehead Public Schools. In June 2017, in-depth semi-structured interviews of three teachers at the partner high school who had or were teaching the Grade 9 Locally Developed course were conducted. Throughout the project, a number of new classroom resources, lessons, and so on were designed, field tested and revised, and this work is on-going.

To learn about the project so far, check out their full report, “Revisioning the Three R’s from the Ground Up: Relationships, Resilience, and Resources.” A 1-page summary is also available here.