RE4MUL8 Lessons

Six District School Boards in Ontario were asked to nominate an effective Intermediate Division teacher who had demonstrated a commitment to moving through the “messy time” transition period towards a sustained, reform-based approach to mathematics teaching and learning. These teachers agreed to facilitate one of six key lessons from the Targeted Implementation and Planning Supports (TIPS4RM, OME) resource.

 

Ann Barker (Grade 8 Teacher, Math Coach) facilitates a lesson on fractions in a Grade 8 class at New Liskeard Public School (DSBONE) in Temiskaming Shores, Ontario.

Ted Smith (Grade 8 Teacher) facilitates a lesson on multiplying integers in a Grade 8 class at Lively District Intermediate/Secondary School (RDSB) in Lively, Ontario.

Amy Kieffer (Grade 8 Teacher) and Dan Pitre (Numeracy Facilitator) facilitate a lesson on proportional reasoning in a Grade 8 class at Immaculate Conception School (BGCDSB) in Formosa, Ontario.

Liz Bloomfield (Grade 8 Teacher) and Anne Grant (Math Coach) facilitate a lesson on composite shapes and solids in a Grade 8 class at Archie Stouffer Elementary School (TLDSB) in Minden, Ontario.

Kathy Adams (Grade 8 Teacher) and Deb Wines (Math Coach) facilitate a lesson on composite shapes and solids in a Grade 8 class at Archie Stouffer Elementary School (TLDSB) in Minden, Ontario.

Jodi Caverzan Wells (Grade 7 Teacher) and Richard Gallant (Secondary Curriculum Consultant) facilitate a lesson on solving equations in a Grade 7 class at St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary School (SMCDSB) in Barrie, Ontario.

Jason Henstridge (Grade 8 Teacher) and Ross Isenegger (Numeracy Coordinator) facilitate a lesson on patterning and algebraic thinking in a Grade 8 class at Chippewa Intermediate/Secondary School (NNDSB) in North Bay, Ontario.