Making a Difference: Using Assessment for Learning and the Three-Part Lesson Plan to Improve Student Achievement in Math
Our project focused on the use of the three-part lesson plan, a problem-solving model, a constructivist framework and various assessment strategies to increase students’ conceptual understanding of volume, mass, displacement and capacity.
Keyword(s):capacity, displacement, grade 5, measurement, volume
Coding with Math
This project will provide resources on how to introduce and embed coding into a numeracy block. There will also be insight on how to apply the gradual release model on integrating coding through lesson planning and student assessment.
Keyword(s):coding, gradual release, math, scratch, technology
Student Wellness in Catholic Schools
“Student Wellness in Catholic Schools” addressed 5 areas of Wellness – Spiritual, Emotional, Physical, Social and Intellectual. We created programs that assisted learners with managing their stress, peer stress, and home stress using Catholic G.E.
Keyword(s):catholic graduate expectations, catholic values, emotional, spiritual, wellness
Using Developmental Continuum to Address Student Learning Needs
Teachers developed a framework to use developmental continua to support student learning. The project increased teacher and student efficacy and was clearly evident in the deeper understanding of mathematics in children.
Keyword(s):context for learning mathematics, developmental continua, prime
Team Teaching Mathematics in the Intermediate Division
Explored the impact of team teaching and collaboration between teachers and between students with our 3 intermediate classes. We collaborated to deliver a rich learning environment, improve instructional strategies, and make math accessible for all.
Keyword(s):assessment, collaboration, instruction, strategies, team teaching