Big Ideas in Education

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Math Talk in the Classroom

Facilitating quality math talk in the classroom is essential to promote student learning. However, this can be very challenging. One cornerstone of effective math talk, […]

Feedback in the Library Learning Commons – Canadian School Libraries Journal

Feedback in the Library Learning Commons – Canadian School Libraries Journal — Read on journal.canadianschoollibraries.ca/feedback-in-the-library-learning-commons/

Truth and Reconciliation and Literature in the Library Learning Commons – Canadian School Libraries Journal

Truth and Reconciliation and Literature in the Library Learning Commons – Canadian School Libraries Journal — Read on journal.canadianschoollibraries.ca/truth-and-reconciliation-and-literature-in-the-library-learning-commons/

Language, Culture & Math

I just spent the last 3 days at a Summer Academy for Purposeful Math Planning. I was very intrigued when we were discussing number sense […]

Joseph Boyden

This morning I read the following new article by Joseph Boyden in MacLeans. It gave me a lot to think about. Here is the article. […]

Math & Identity

I just read this great piece by Karin Brodie: Entitled: Yes, mathematics can be decolonised. Here’s how to begin   When we think about math, […]

Number Talks

Importance of Number Talks for conceptual understanding.

Feedback

  I think that feedback is one of those constructs in education that seems both ‘common sensical’ yet elusive at the same time. It is […]

The Feedback-Friendly Classroom

How do you create a Feedback-Friendly culture with your learners? Join the Book Club for the month of January, 2018, starting January 9 online at […]

How do we design our Math Class?

  I have been doing a lot of reflecting about math. As a student myself, I have also been doing some research about types of […]

Reflections on #TheMathPod with Cathy Fosnot: The Meaning of Context

  I recently listened to The Math Pod recording with Cathy Fosnot and Stephen Hurley from VoiceEd Radio. This podcast really helped me to think […]

Math & Identity

I just read this great piece by Karin Brodie: Entitled: Yes, mathematics can be decolonised. Here’s how to begin   When we think about math, […]

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