Reaching All Learners Through Guided Math
Through guided math lessons and workstations we will support the diverse needs of our students and reach all learners. By teaching in small homogenous groups, students will develop essential skills and further instruction at their level for success.
Keyword(s):guided math, math running records, math work stations
Using Gaming to Boost Math Achievement and 21st Century Competency Development
Games were used to help students deepen their understanding of numbers, develop their procedural fluency and provide opportunities to practise learned skills, all in addition to learning how to collaborate and communicate with their peers.
Keyword(s):collaboration, communication, games, guided, math
Fostering Mathematical Inquiry and Critical Thinking in Grade 9 Curriculum
Teachers from Markville set out to revise and enhance the Grade 9 course to incorporate sustaining inquiry and critical thinking with the aim of fostering
• Students’ ability to think
• Growth mindset
• Modern learning
• Student achievement
Keyword(s):critical thinking, grade 9 curriculum, growth mindset, sustaining inquiry
Improving Growth Mindset in Math Through Differentiation for Students in Grades 2-4
This project aimed to develop increased confidence in differentiated math teaching instruction among our teaching staff by providing focused professional development aimed at increasing teachers’ ability to differentiate their math instruction.
Keyword(s):differentiated instruction, growth mindset, math, professional development
Teaching Functional Communication to Students with Autism to Gain Skills That Will Help Them Navigate Difficult Social Situations
We will be using iPads and an app called Proloquo2Go to help students build functional communication. The purpose of this project is to use functional communication to help student navigate through difficult social situations.
Keyword(s):autism, functional communication, ipads, proloquo2go, social skills