|How Much Math Does a School Leader Need to Know? (video)
In this video, North West Catholic District School Board shares their school leader team’s inquiry on ‘How much math does a school leader need to know?
|Collaborative Learning: GAINS in Grade 9 Mathematics – York CDSB (ap)
In this Adobe Presenter, a team of educators share their journey of learning and teaching in mathematics with a focus on teaching through problem solving, use of technology and analysis of student work.
|Engaging Teachers in Professional Learning – Trillium Lakelands DSB (ap)
This board shares their impact on teacher practice by offering a menu of professional learning opportunities for educators to engage in.
|Improving Grade 9 EQAO Scores using TIPS4RM Resources
In these Adobe Presenters, teachers of grade 9 applied mathematics and school leaders share key factors identified in improving student mathematics achievement.
|Peel DSB (2011) (ap)|
|KPRDSB (2010) (ap)|
|Pairs Coaching Models – Greater Essex CDSB (ap)
In this Adobe Presenter, the coaches share how they work together to build capacity in their system.
|Port Hope High School
These videos can be accessed under Classroom Educator / Classroom Practices / Technology
This series of videos share how this school is using TIPS4RM lessons, Interactive White Boards and Lesson Study to improve student achievement.
|Teacher and School Leader Interview|
|Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching – 2015 (Video)
Reflected here are the stories of some elementary schools that have seen their mathematics scores move from below the provincial target five years ago, to meeting or exceeding the target five years later.
|Questioning Focus Across Subjects and Across Grades – Renfrew County DSB (ap)
In this Adobe Presenter, principals from a Family of Schools share how they are collaborating to provide professional learning for teachers in their schools with a focus on questioning across subject areas and grades.
|SUM (Supporting Understanding in Math) – DSB Niagara (ap)
In this Adobe Presenter, math consultants share a job-embedded professional learning model for teachers.