Aligning Resources with Priorities:
Leading the Instructional Program
Ensures that learning is at the centre of planning and resource management.
Articulate the ways in which TIPS, WINS, and CLIPS intrinsically align with and address priorities that, if treated separately, take time away from learning mathematics e.g., differentiated instruction; use of three-part lesson structure; teaching through problem solving; focus on posing powerful questions and responding to provide appropriate scaffolding and challenge; focus on communication; assessment for learning; effective uses of literacy strategies.
Help your teachers and coaches connect with MathGAINS professional learning activities.
|Big Ideas and Effective Questioning K-12: Proportional Reasoning.
A K-12 instructional trajectory for proportional reasoning. Package includes sample open questions and parallel tasks for each panel (K-3, 4-6, 7-10, 11-12), suggested lesson sequences and implementation supports. Samples of student work and teacher-developed resources will be attached to this package after editing.
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|Developing Mathematical Literacy
Research synopses on 28 different topics related to mathematics teaching and learning, each 1 page in length.
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EQAO Sample Questions: Preparing
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|Guides to Effective Instruction
Teaching guides and resources for K-6 produced by the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat. The link also gives access to other Literacy Numeracy Secretariat resources.
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|Overview of CLIPS Wrapper & Content
This Virtual Tour using Adobe Presenter describes CLIPS and provides explicit instruction on how to use the wrapper and find the appropriate content.
(Targeted Implementation and Planning Supports) are 3-part lesson plans and related supports for Grade 7 through Grade 12
Included are embedded video, interactive whiteboard notebook files, lessons for French Immersion, and lessons designed using the Posing Powerful Questions template.
|TIPS Continuum Connections Grade 7 through Grade 10
Content-based packages that: position significant mathematical themes in a larger context; include problems with solutions connected to the Mathematical Processes; make connections across the grades for linking with other strands, with instruction, and with the problems.
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