Math Night at Joshua Creek - December 6
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Review the various workshop sessions available and make your selection for Workshop #1 and Workshop #2 at the bottom of this form.
Beyond the Algorithm - Ms. Sienna (Rm 2)
Discover the many strategies that students use to solve basic math operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) and how to support your child with this varied approach at home.
Celebrating our Strengths - Ms. Brock & Ms. Boisvert-Watson (Rm 1)
Approach problem solving with a growth mindset. Recognize the importance of the process of working through a problem versus just getting the answer. Celebrate the many different strategies that students are using effectively when solving a problem.
Which One Does Not Belong? - A fun twist to Number Talks - Mr. Horne (Rm 22)
A great way to engage all students in thinking and talking about numbers. A differentiated approach to math that families can try at home!
Mathies.ca Exploration - Ms. Fraser (Rm 17)
In this workshop we will explore the mathies.ca website which houses Ontario Ministry of Education developed resources to support mathematics learning from Kindergarten to Grade 12. We will be reviewing learning tools, activities and games that are used at school and can be used at home.
Number Talks in the Primary Classroom - Ms. McAvoy (Rm 6)
A demonstration of how primary students develop their mental math strategies and mathematical communication through number talks.
Play based Mathematics - Ms. Curitti & Ms. Chan (Rm 36)
Find out about Math Invitations in Kindergarten at this interactive workshop. Explore activities that focus on Number sense, Measurement, Data Management, and Patterning.
Math Homework Help - Mr. Hopkins (Rm 10)
Are you in grades 7 to 10? Need help with math homework? Then why not get live, online math tutoring from an Ontario teacher? It's free and easy to sign up. Homework Help is run by TVO's Independent Learning Centre with support from the Ontario government.
Elastic Shapes Activity - Ms. Maggiacomo & Ms. Bertuzzo (Rm 8)
Teams will participate in an activity using a rope to create 3-D shapes. The groups will have to justify how they know their shape satisfies its defined characteristics. Groups will need everyone in their group to successfully build these complex shapes and provide a convincing argument. This hands-on activity is one of many found on Stanford University's youcubed.org site featuring Jo Boaler.
Dreambox Learning - Ms. Di Stefano (Rm 19)
Explore this adaptive learning tool with your child and find out how teachers use this program to support and develop number sense.
Parent Dashboard - Dreambox Learning - Ms. Kemic (Rm 26)
Explore Dreambox Learning with your child and find out how you can monitor your child's progress using the Parent Dashboard at home.
Math Congress - Mr. Pierias (Rm 27)
Learn more about the student collaborative problem solving process. Engage in a group math problem with your family and experience the benefits of learning and working together!
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