Target Audience: Gr 7-9 teachers, coaches, school administration
Would you like for your students to be more competent problem solvers? Preparation for good problem solving starts before Jr. High and develops and grows throughout High School. For students to persevere with problem solving they must be willing to engage and become active learners.
In this series, we will look at how to set up a math culture that supports problem solving and engagement, ways to embed problem solving within your class, and take a deeper dive from an Alberta Education perspective.
Common themes that will be explored include:
Wanda Dechantis a Designer of Professional Learning with the Calgary Regional Consortium. Her role includes supporting teachers, E.A.s, school admin, learning coaches and parents in K-12 Math and Numeracy. Wanda began teaching math and science in 2000, her teaching experience extends from grades 7 – 12. For the past 7 years Wanda’s work has included a major focus on K-6 Mathematics. Three critical aspects of learning that Wanda embeds into her work include:
Jocelynn Vryenhoekis a Math Consultant for Calgary Catholic School Division and has taught gr. 7-12 math for 20+ years. Jocelynn has a way of bringing the content to life in a practical, academic and relatable way.
This series will be recorded and available to all registrants for 30 days after the session occurs.