What follows are several themes of interest that have emerged from the RE4MUL8 project. Teachers and Coordinators/Coaches share insights on topics such as problem-based learning (PBL), “messy time” transition to reform-based teaching, co-teaching, math coaching, and the Ontario Ministry of Education’s CLIPS math teaching resource.
Math teachers and coordinators/coaches from the six participating District School Boards reflect on the perceived effectiveness of, and common challenges associated with, problem-based learning in mathematics.
Math teachers and coordinators/coaches from the six participating District School Boards reflect on ‘messy time’ teacher transition to reform-based mathematics instruction.
Kathy Adams and Liz Bloomfield (TLDSB) reflect on many years of experiences involving co-planning and co-teaching strategies.
Deb Wines and Anne Grant (TLDSB) reflect on their role and experiences as Math Coaches within the local board.
Ross Isenegger (CLIPS Developer) and Jason Henstridge (Grade 8 Teacher, NNDSB) reflect on, and demonstrate the various features found within, the OME CLIPS resource for math teaching.