communities of practice

  1. Mathematics Leadership. Supporting teachers/leaders to develop powerful, evidence-based models for enhancing mathematics learning and teaching.
  2. Critical Transitions in Student Mathematical Development. Focusing on transitions proven to be challenging for students (e.g., K to Grade 1, elementary to secondary).
  3. Indigenous Knowledge and Mathematics Education. Advancing mathematics learning for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students through the identification of effective pedagogical practices connecting existing mathematics within traditional technologies and design; exploring how and when culturally based Indigenous Knowledge and activities can be used within all classrooms.
  4. Computational Thinking in Mathematics Education. Integrating computational thinking in mathematics instruction to facilitate conceptual development through dynamic modelling and active learning.