The winning school can choose one of the following three PD sessions:
Using Rich Tasks in
K- 6 math
What makes a math task rich? How do you create rich math tasks? Where do you find them?
Differentiating Instruction in K – 6 math
In every classroom in Canada, children are operating at different levels. How does a teacher meet all of these varied needs in a practical way in math? We’ll look at strategies that have proven to be successful.
Asking Better Questions in K – 6 math
The key to good teaching in math is posing the right questions not only for the tasks to be completed, but also to help scaffold students who need help and during discussion of student ideas about the task. We will look at examples and strategies to accomplish this.
How can you lock in your chance to win?
Sign up for a free school trial or demo.
Then, purchase Mathletics for your school between May 15th-June 30th 2017.
Your school or district must purchase Mathletics by June 30th, 2017 to be entered into this contest.
A school entry is for a minimum of 6 grades full classrooms. PD date must be booked by October 15th, 2017.
The PD day must take place before June 1st, 2018, in accordance with Dr. Marian Small’s schedule.
School must select one of three PD topics provided by Dr. Marian Small.
3P Learning will pay for Marian Small travel and Marian Small PD fees only. All other costs to be covered by winner.
Winner to provide a main contact to coordinate PD day.
No cancellation or date change of PD day once confirmed by winner and Dr. Marian Small.
The prize is only available to new customers who purchase between May 15th and June 30th 2017.
All coordination will be confidential between 3P Learning and customer.
Dr. Marian Small: Partnering with Mathletics
At Mathletics, our team partners with leading minds in education to produce the best resources for our schools. One of our key partners is Dr. Marian Small – renowned author, educator and professional development consultant.
Dr. Small has worked with our team to create a range of Rich Learning Tasks, exploring a variety of math concepts in engaging and interactive ways.
Let’s take a look at an example of a Rich Learning Task available within Mathletics exploring proportional reasoning and place value. Who better than Dr. Marian Small to offer some insight into the thinking behind the activities, as well as tips and advice for some great open-ended lessons.
Let’s take a look at an example of a Rich Learning Task available within Mathletics exploring concepts relating to fractions, using pattern blocks. Who better than Dr. Marian Small to offer some insight into the thinking behind the activities, as well as tips and advice for some great open-ended lessons.