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 (TIPS, Ontario Ministry of Education) 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.