Agenda

Workshop: Mental Math and Problem Solving - Half Day - Winnipeg, MB

Date: 

Friday, May 24, 2019 - 09:00 to 12:00

Join Laurie Wagner, Outreach Manager and Teacher Support, for an introduction to the research-informed design and instructional approach of JUMP Math with a focus on a mathematical framework that includes number sense, computational fluency, and the application of number concepts through purposeful and varied practice. We will examine methods of Structured Inquiry and Confidence Building for improved student outcomes in mathematical learning. We will address how to develop the critically important skills of Mental Math and Problem Solving and will explore activities for you and your students to enjoy in the classroom. Participants will gain practical strategies for a successful year of mathematical skill-building, using a sequential approach that encourages your learners to become flexible, independent thinkers and communicators in mathematics.

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Where: 

United Way Learning Centre

Street address: 

580 Main Street

City: 

Winnipeg

Province/state: 

MB

Postal/zip code: 

R3B 1C7

Country: 

Canada

Webinar: Introduction to JUMP Math (Part 1)

Date: 

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 - 19:30 to 21:30

This is part of a two-part webinar geared for educators eager to learn more about the JUMP Math approach and classroom resources. Through a partnership between the University of Calgary, Werklund School of Education researchers, and JUMP Math, Math Minds created an approach to teaching mathematics that is research-informed, theory-driven, and outreach-oriented. This webinar is aligned to the research findings from Math Minds, presenting a number of proven methods that teachers can use to strengthen and sustain mathematics ability and performance, improve student confidence, and boost student enjoyment of math.

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Where: 

Internet

Webinar: Introduction to JUMP Math (Part 2)

Date: 

Thursday, May 30, 2019 - 19:30 to 21:30

This is part of a two-part webinar geared for educators eager to learn more about the JUMP Math approach and classroom resources. Through a partnership between the University of Calgary, Werklund School of Education researchers, and JUMP Math, Math Minds created an approach to teaching mathematics that is research-informed, theory-driven, and outreach-oriented. This webinar is aligned to the research findings from Math Minds, presenting a number of proven methods that teachers can use to strengthen and sustain mathematics ability and performance, improve student confidence, and boost student enjoyment of math.

Please click here to register.

Where: 

Internet

Webinar: JUMP Math At A Glance

Date: 

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 20:00 to 20:45

Join Caroline Kim, Outreach Manager & Teacher Support, for a 45 minute introduction to JUMP Math. Learn what JUMP Math is all about and ask your questions! It's free and multiple dates are available.

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Where: 

Internet

Webinar: JUMP Math At A Glance

Date: 

Monday, June 17, 2019 - 21:00 to 21:45

Join Donna Prato, Outreach Manager & Teacher Support, for a 45 minute introduction to JUMP Math. Learn what JUMP Math is all about and ask your questions! It's free and multiple dates are available.

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Where: 

Internet

Webinar: JUMP Math At A Glance

Date: 

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 - 15:00 to 15:45

Join Gael James, Outreach Manager & Teacher Support, for a 45 minute introduction to JUMP Math. Learn what JUMP Math is all about and ask your questions! It's free and multiple dates are available.

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Where: 

Internet

Workshop: Early Math Learning in Kindergarten - Toronto, ON

Date: 

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 09:00 to 12:30

Early Math Learning in Kindergarten

This workshop is intended for Early Childhood Educators, Primary Classroom Teachers, Instructional Leaders and School Administrators. In this workshop, participants will learn about the critical nature of early math learning, and how to develop mathematical language and numerical knowledge in young learners. Additionally, participants will explore how to build solid foundational skills through a series of structured and focused activities and explorations, while gaining practical strategies to support continuous formative assessment.

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Where: 

George Brown College Residence and Conference Centre

Street address: 

80 Cooperage Street

City: 

Toronto

Province/state: 

ON

Postal/zip code: 

M5A 0J3

Country: 

Canada

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