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Creating, Collaborating
and Computing in Math
Enhancing the teaching and learning of
mathematics using technology

Riversi...
Overview (1)
Why this project?
Student success in mathematics
Focus on the transition from elementary to
secondary
Digital...
Overview (2)
Goals
Teachers and consultants engage in on-going,
sustained professional learning

For the benefit of studen...
Research Questions
What knowledge do “we” (teachers, school board
pedagogical consultants, and educational researchers)
ne...
Objectives for Year 1 (2013-2014)
Foster a community of practice in mathematics
teaching and digital tools
Develop collect...
Key Activities for Year 1 (2013-2014)
Face-to-face meetings (5 times/year)
September / November / January / March / May

O...
Leadership Team (1)
McGill University (Department of Educational and
Counselling Psychology)
Dr. Alain Breuleux (Principal...
Leadership Team (2)
Riverside School Board
Lisa Rae-Nutter - Assistant Director of Educational
Services
Karen Rye - Techno...
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Creating, Collaborating, and Computing in Math (CCC-M): A professional learning network for enhancing the teaching and learning of mathematics using digital tools

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  1. 1. Creating, Collaborating and Computing in Math Enhancing the teaching and learning of mathematics using technology Riverside School Board and McGill University 2013-2016
  2. 2. Overview (1) Why this project? Student success in mathematics Focus on the transition from elementary to secondary Digital literacy Initial funding for 3 years (Sept 2013 - Aug 2016)
  3. 3. Overview (2) Goals Teachers and consultants engage in on-going, sustained professional learning For the benefit of student learning Use of data to monitor and orient practice, inquiry, and learning
  4. 4. Research Questions What knowledge do “we” (teachers, school board pedagogical consultants, and educational researchers) need in order to improve students’ understanding, and integrate digital tools meaningfully into this practice shift? How can we engage in the most promising professional development experiences to achieve the above practice shift in a sustainable way? How can we use student-learning data to monitor progress and adapt practice toward the goal of developing digital literacy and disciplinary understanding?
  5. 5. Objectives for Year 1 (2013-2014) Foster a community of practice in mathematics teaching and digital tools Develop collective understandings of the situation Develop practice in terms of using digital tools for ourselves and for students Sharing, reflection, inquiry Consolidating a long-term partnership between RSB and McGill
  6. 6. Key Activities for Year 1 (2013-2014) Face-to-face meetings (5 times/year) September / November / January / March / May On-line activities Classroom visits and interviews Focus group meetings Wrap-up, Celebration, Planning next year (May F2F meeting)
  7. 7. Leadership Team (1) McGill University (Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology) Dr. Alain Breuleux (Principal Investigator) Dr. Gyeong Mi Heo (Research Associate) Lei Nong (Research Assistant)
  8. 8. Leadership Team (2) Riverside School Board Lisa Rae-Nutter - Assistant Director of Educational Services Karen Rye - Technology Consultant (RECIT) Tina Morotti - Educational Consultant (Elementary) Sandra Fréchette - Educational Consultant (Secondary) Participants: 7 Elementary teachers and 6 Secondary teachers
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