Update from May 28, 2017

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Posted by Dragana Martinovic in Math Leadership Community of Practice on 28-May-2017 9:45:50 AM


  • The Northwest Math Leadership and Learning Network (NWML2N) had a meeting in Thunder Bay on the second week of May. The network is presently developing their web site.
  • Our CoP members have attended and presented at the OAME conference in Kingston (May 11-13).
    • David Petro (WECDSB; SWOAME; starting from Sept 2017, President Elect of OAME) did three presentations, namely: Is that your Pokemon Go! in my Data, Meaningful Use of Technology (with Crystal Gascho, a teacher from AMDSB) and Making Students Think in Grade 9 Math (with Gisele Jobin, a teacher from WECDSB). Here are the first slides and one image from Making Students Think in Grade 9 Math presentation.

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  • The GECDSB facilitators are visiting schools and meeting with leadership teams. They are keeping notes and reflections from the meetings.
  • The ML network team is getting ready for a three day conference in June. They also have more than 500 people involved in “Not a Book Study.”
  • On May 15, all three networks' (MLN, ML2N, and NWML2N) leads met to discuss results of the efficacy surveys.
  • On May 15, the HWDSB collaborative inquiry team had the second whole day meeting, and have developed plans for the next school year.
  • On May 18th, our CoP members had an Adobe Connect meeting with TVO’s Sandra Chow and her team. They explained what the TVO can do for our CoP in terms of utilizing collaborative work space at TeachOntario, creating a documentary from our work, and creating online resources for sharing through TeachOntario. They created a video of our conversations.
  • The ML CoP created a space on Teach Ontario.