This week’s problem is highlighted on Stephen Hurley’s blog on VoicEd.ca. Have a look at this link and you can see the video of a teacher working through the problem with his class. We encourage all teachers who try the problem in their class to share the representations that you do with your students! Tag … More This Week’s Problem: Avoid a CAT:astrophe!
We were excited to start the new cycle of @TheMathPod with Cathy Fosnot and Stephen Hurley from VoicEd Radio! This cycle, we listened to what you said and have made some exciting changes. Each week, from January 17th – February 7th we will be engaging with a new math problem shared with us from Cathy … More The Math Pod Cycle 2, Episode 1: FRACTIONS!
It’s that time of year again! This week, on Wednesday January 17th, we will be starting our second cycle of The Math Pod with Cathy Fosnot, hosted by Stephen Hurley of voicEd Radio! All of our previous broadcasts from cycle 1 are available on our website here and on the VoicEd.ca Radio cite. Both Wednesday … More The Math Pod Cycle 2!
Special thanks to Dragana Martinovic at the University of Windsor and the team at Mathematics Knowledge Network for creating the summary of data for our first cycle of @TheMathPod this fall! #TheMathPod Cycle 1 overview is now available on the @MKNrcm site! Take a look & get ready to join the conversation! Cycle 2 starts … More Data Summary from Cycle 1 of the @TheMathPod
This week we discussed the role of mini-lessons with Cathy Fosnot, Stephen Hurley and two teachers from the York Region District School Board, Sheza Naqi and Vanessa Bianchi. This Sunday, November 5th, at 8:00 pm EST, we will have our final Twitter chat for the first cycle of @TheMathPod hosted once again by Heather Theijsmeijer. We … More Cycle 1 of @TheMathPod is done! Join us Sunday night for our final Twitter chat for this cycle…
Tonight is the final broadcast for the first cycle of @TheMathPod. We are joined tonight, with our host, Stephen Hurley as our guest, Cathy Fosnot with two teacher from the York Region District School Board, Sheza Naqi and Vanessa Bianchi. We will be talking about the mini-lesson: … More Join us tonight on @TheMathPod!
As we come to the end of our first cycle on @TheMathPod, we would really appreciate hearing from our participants. We have created a short survey to help us better understand your experience in the last month. We appreciate you anonymous, honest responses to the questions below. Your feedback will help us to develop responsive design, … More We want to hear from you!
This week on @TheMathPod we were joined by Richard Cazabon and Samantha Andrusiek, both from the Nipissing Parry-Sound Catholic DSB. The focus of the learning was on the Math Congress. You can hear the podcast here or on VoicEd.ca radio. Our Twitter Chat this past Sunday, was hosted by Ve Anusic, Student Achievement Officer for the Barrie Region. You can … More @TheMathPod Week 3: The Math Congress
Did you miss the Twitter chat this week? You can follow it here: https://storify.com/debdonsky/themathpod#publicize We see our numbers growing each week and it is great to see! We had over 250 tweets this week during our chat and more participants than ever! Join us this Wednesday October 25th for week three of @TheMathPod, live at … More …and the conversation keeps growing!
This week we were excited to have to guests join us on @TheMathPod: Melissa Peddie (@peddie_melissa) from the Near North District School Board as a Math Facilitator. Jonathan So (@MrSoclassroom) from the Peel District School Board as a grade 6 teacher. It was great to hear their perspectives as practicing teachers. Thank … More @TheMathPod Week 2: Questioning and Conferring