Professional Development in British Columbia

 

 Professional Development in British Columbia is led by Liz Barrett.

Professional Development Events in British Columbia

Upcoming Workshops

JUMP Math’s Professional Development (PD) is designed to give you the tools and skills to effectively use the resources in your classroom or school.

  • Learn about the JUMP Math resources, its philosophy and development
  • Examine their own comfort levels with mathematics and mathematics teaching
  • Discuss the importance of teachers' mathematical knowledge
  • Develop Mental Math fluency and problem solving
  • Observe and critique a JUMP Math lesson
  • Become familiar with JUMP Math's teacher and student materials
  • Discuss practical strategies
  • Have opportunities to share ideas and network with colleagues
  • Explore our Digital Lesson Slides

Professional Development is also available as a series of webinars.

Tuesday & Wednesday, August 13-14, 2019
Summer 2-Day Workshop

Vancouver, BC

PIMS Offices at UBC
Earth Sciences Building (Map)
9:00 am - 3:00 pm PT
Cost: $200.00

Thursday, August 15, 2019
Introduction to JUMP Math Kindergarten
and Grade 1 Focus

Vancouver, BC

PIMS Offices at UBC
Earth Sciences Building (Map)
9:00 am - 3:00 pm PT
Cost: $100.00

‘Closed’ Professional Development Events

Our Outreach Managers also provide customized, individualized, professional development and teacher support - mostly within schools and school boards, but also at conferences and conventions.  To discuss PD options, pricing, and scheduling, please contact your Outreach Manager.  If you do not know your OM, please email info@jumpmath.org or phone 416 596 7716 x 228.

 

Outreach Managers in British Columbia

Liz Barrett
Liz landed in Toronto in 2003 from South Africa where she had been teaching for many years. Moving to a village in Whistler, British Columbia was how Liz came across a First Nations Community in Mount Currie that ended up shaping her life in Canada. It was at this school that she first introduced JUMP Math in BC and she volunteered in those early days to support John Mighton as he started the charity. Liz travels extensively across Canada and the USA with her love working with teachers and parents to support them in teaching math well. John’s book, The Myth of Ability resonated with Liz, as in her career she have seen first-hand the incredible power of praise, combined with developing children’s self confidence so that they become resilient learners unafraid of taking chances or making mistakes. Liz’s favourite number is 13! Contact Liz.