Bite-sized ideas for your math classroom.
- Janice Novakowski and the British Columbia Reggio-Inspired Mathematics Project have created a monthly digital newsletter. Subscribe for new routines, games, and other resources for early math learners.
- The February issue of M Magazine by Marian Small features Kirsten Dyck (SMTS vice-president) as Educator of the Month. The first three issues of this digital magazine are free, and each issue has plenty of videos and articles for Canadian math educators.
- Scott Westwell shares great ideas for establishing classroom culture during the first days of a secondary math course in this Twitter thread.
- Games offer children a great way to develop mathematical reasoning through logic and strategy. The curators of Show Me Your Math have compiled a great list of logic games here.
- Jennifer Barker describes an all-ages routine called “Tell Me Everything” in this short and sweet blog post. Watch the routine in action in a Kindergarten classroom in this video.
- In their new podcast, Regina math teachers Kyle Webb and Dean Vendramin share stories from Saskatchewan teachers using Peter Liljedahl’s Building Thinking Classroom framework.
- Shawn Godin’s Alternate Angles column on problem solving, previously published in The Variable, has a new home on the SMTS website. Check out his latest post, Slicing Squares.
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