Numeracy - Web Links
http://www.teachertube.com/user/channel/Carc_math - Teacher Tube Website where Sandi Berg from Central Alberta Regional Consortia demonstrates many videos on things such as math performance tasks, array model for multiplication, understanding addition and much more.
Alberta Education Website: Information for Students, Teachers, and Parents
Elementary Mathematics Learning Portal ARPDC
Week of Inspirational Math
Google Plus Community Mathematics Education K-12
Another Way to Subtract -Marilyn Burns
Estimation 180 - Lessons on estimation as well as objects for students to estimate
Resourceaholic- Ideas and Resources for teaching secondary school mathematics
Math Talks- NT stands for Number talks PT stands for Pattern Talks (Shows different ways students have solved a problem and their thinking)
Visual Patterns- Use to show patterns in numbers and to solve equations
Numeracy Ninjas is a free Key Stage 3 numeracy intervention designed to fill gaps in students’ basic mental calculation strategies and also to empower them with the numeracy skills and fluency required to fully access GCSE Maths concepts when they move to Key Stage 4 study. Furthermore, through growth mindsets and the promotion of regular practice, we want to ensure students’ perception of maths is positive and one in which they take pride and enjoyment.
Numeracy tasks- Many of these tasks were co-constructed with, and piloted by, teachers from Coquitlam (sd43), Prince George (sd57), and Kelowna (sd23). The tasks are listed individually as word documents so that they can be downloaded and altered to suit your specific context. Watch for NEW tasks all the time.
Webinar Recording for Clarifications for Math K-9-Clarifications to the K-9 Mathematics Program of Studies 2016
Direct link to the powerpoint: https://education.alberta.ca/media/3115251/2016_clar_k_9_math_pos.pdf
Updates can be found here:
DUDAMATH - DUDAMATH is an integrated environment for interactive exploration of mathematical concepts and problem-solving.
Ontario Ministry of Education: There are many excellent resources for teachers and students in terms of literacy and numeracy.
Number talks- One of the most powerful vehicles for helping students learn to reason with numbers and make mathematically convincing arguments, for building a solid foundation for algebraic reasoning and for teaching mathematics as a sensemaking process.
Blog on Number talks- This site provides blogs about number talks that are arranged by grade level.
YouTube video by Sherry Parrish on Number Talks
Math Goodies has all kinds of free interactive lessons, games, and puzzles, including a really helpful interactive, digital number line.
Solve equations, graph functions, create constructions, analyze data, explore 3D math either on your device or desktop using the apps from Geogebra.
This page features a collection of maths knowledge organizers that teachers can use/edit/adapt as required. Students can use knowledge organizers to learn content by self-quizzing. https://www.resourceaholic.com/p/knowledge-organisers.html
iPad apps for math https://mathies.ca/apps.php#Aa1