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Giving teachers the freedom of time

As we move into 2017, the role of the teacher continues to become more complex and laden with extra demands that impinge on their time spent teaching. Data, reporting, evaluation, committees; the list goes on. It’s all time taken away from their students. More often than not, planning must be done outside school [...]

Meeting diverse student needs with Mathletics

One of the major challenges facing teachers is the need to cater to an increasingly diverse range of students. In the modern classroom, each student has their own unique learning abilities, backgrounds, and preferred learning styles. Teachers need to be able to provide differentiation, and one of the proven ways of achieving this [...]

Alberta inducts their first Mathletics Lead Educator!

Mary Grant- Ralph McCall School, Alberta, Canada Mary Grant is always on the hunt to sharpen her tools for her technology toolbelt. A seasoned teacher at Ralph McCall School in Airdrie, Alberta, Canada, Mary is leading the professional development path for technology certification for teachers. Achieving her certification in Remind [...]

Introducing Canada’s first Mathletics Lead Educator

Canada’s first Mathletics Lead Educator is Sarah Thompson, Chief Poundmaker School, Saskatchewan, CA Sarah Thompson is most passionate about engaging students through technology such as the use of computer programs, iPad apps, and participating in global projects online. Sarah’s current role is as a math catalyst and levelled literacy intervention (LLI) catalyst at [...]