Alberta Education - Mathematics (K–6) Alberta K–9 Mathematics Achievement Indicators. Description The Alberta K–9 Mathematics Achievement Indicators has been derived from The Common Curriculum Framework for K–9 Mathematics: Western and Northern Canadian Protocol, May 2006 (the Common Curriculum Framework).
This document presents general and specific outcomes with corresponding achievement indicators that were established in the Common Curriculum Framework and is organized by strand within each grade. The list of indicators contained in this document is not intended to be exhaustive but rather to provide teachers with examples of evidence of understanding that may be used to determine whether or not students have achieved a given specific outcome.
Teachers may use any number of these indicators or choose to use other indicators as evidence that the desired learning has been achieved. Achievement indicators should also help teachers form a clear picture of the intent and scope of each specific outcome Tags. AB Education - Numeracy. Alberta Education defines numeracy as the ability, confidence and willingness to engage with quantitative and spatial information to make informed decisions in all aspects of daily living.
A numerate individual has the confidence and awareness to know when and how to apply quantitative and spatial understandings at home, at school, at work or in the community. Quantitative information refers to information that can be measured and expressed as an amount. This includes: Alberta Education - Mathematics Additional Support Resources List. Alberta Education - Mathematics Authorized Resources List.
University of Calgary Libraries - Teaching Math. UofA Libraries - Teaching Math. MCATA - Mathematics Council of the ATA. Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools. Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools more about Math Recent News Button Contest for Orange Shirt Day September 27, 2019 Please Review Emergency Protocols September 25, 2019 International Day of Peace September 20, 2019 Math RDCRS Balanced Numeracy Foundational Expectations Program of Studies Program Supports EMPLC Math Resource Site High School Assessment Standards.
Centre for Ed. in Math - Problem of the Week. The Problem of the Week is designed to provide students with an ongoing opportunity to solve mathematical problems.
Each week, problems from various areas of mathematics will be posted here and e-mailed to teachers for use with their students from grades 3 and up. Current Problems Subscribe Now! Information for Teachers These problems may be used in a variety of different ways including: posting the problems in a classroom, discussing the problems with students, and integrating the problems into the curriculum.
We know that teachers will use these problems in many creative ways! Centre for Ed. in Math - Free eBooks. AB Education - Teaching Strategies for Creating an Effective Math Environment. Creating an Effective Mathematics Environment Before instruction begins, it is important to create an effective classroom atmosphere in which learners feel safe and motivated to collaborate, cooperate and engage in the pursuit of mathematical understanding.
Alberta Assessment Consortium - Supporting Mathematical Thinking in Elementary Classrooms Through Formative Assessment. Teachers in Alberta are working with instructional strategies that are designed to help students become more confident mathematicians.
While we want students to be fluent with calculations, we also want them to demonstrate their growing understanding of mathematics as they investigate, solve problems, reason and explain their thinking. This broader focus requires adjustments to traditional assessment practices. In this video series, watch how formative assessment can be used to support student learning. Elementary Mathematics Professional Development. "A deeper understanding of Mathematical fluency enables us to envision what it means for our students to be mathematically proficient, and to shift teaching practices that shift our teaching from a focus on content to a focus on application and understanding" Sue O'Connell and John SanGiovanni from Putting the Practices into Action The aim of this series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences is to provide opportunities, ideas, and a venue for teachers to work collaboratively to enhance and further develop their Professional Capital (as described by Fullan and Hargreaves, cited in A Great School for All - ATA, 2012).
Guiding Questions for educators to consider What do I want my students to learn? (based on the Alberta Program of Studies) How will I know, track, evaluate, and communicate how well they are learning it? Extending the EMPL Learning Opportunity. Math and Technology PD - Edmonton Catholic Schools. NCTM National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. NCTM Reasoning and Sense Making Task Library. Practices that support access and equity require comprehensive understanding and require being responsive to students’ backgrounds, experiences, cultural perspectives, traditions, and knowledge.
Algebra is not confined to a course or set of courses but is a strand that unfolds across a pre-K–12 curriculum. Calculators in the elementary grades serve as aids in advancing student understanding without replacing the need for other calculation methods. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives.
Virtual Manipulatives. Math Websites - SMARTboard Math. IXL - Alberta math curriculum. IXL - Math and English Language Arts Practice. STEM Science, Tech, Engineering & Math. Math Websites for the Classroom. Learning math online isn’t always easy!
Luckily there are some great math websites for teaching math virtually. We’ve gathered a list of teacher-approved sites that includes resources, games, freebies, and innovative programs for teaching math. Here are the best math websites, according to teachers. Note: This article has been updated to reflect free and discounted resources for online education during the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak.
Find other free online resources here. National Science Digital Library - Open Educational Resources.