CBC's The Sunday Edition Features John Mighton

Michael Enright talked to John Mighton, founder of JUMP Math, on The Sunday Edition on CBC Radio One. Listen to the podcast (Mighton segment starts at 1:09).

First Step in Learning Math is Getting Over the Anxiety

Toronto Star writer, Andrea Gordon learns how with John Mighton. “It’s not magic,” Mighton says. “It is perseverance.” Read the story...

JUMP Math Wins National Social Enterprise Award

JUMP Math was presented with the Social EnterPrize Gold Winner Award by Trico Foundation at the Social Enterprise World Forum in Calgary, Alberta. The Social EnterPrize awards were created to recognize and celebrate leadership and excellence in social entrepreneurship across Canada.  Read more and watch the video here. Thank you to everyone who supports, uses, and advocates for JUMP Math... Every child can learn math and love it!

Results Indicate Significant Gains for Students

Download the full report of fall and spring assessment results for JUMP Math’s 2011-12 National Book Fund. You can also read a quick summary and other studies on our research page.

JUMP Math develops a "Growth Mindset" according to Stanford's Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck, author of “Mindset”, and John Mighton discuss the critical importance of a growth mindset for students' success in math. Watch on JUMP Math's YouTube channel.

JUMP Math SMART Lesson Materials

Save time and enhance results with JUMP Math SMART Lesson Materials. The efficacy of the JUMP Math Teacher's Guide lessons (grades 1-8) is now amplified by the power and convenience of SMART Lesson Materials.  For every JUMP Math lesson plan there is a perfectly aligned interactive file, complete with teacher prompts, sample questions, drawings, extensions, activities and bonus questions.  FREE Samples, Available for SMART Boards - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Introductory Workshops in Alberta

Mary Jane Moreau and Benn Goddard, JUMP Math's Outreach and Teacher Support team, will show you how applying JUMP principles can help expand your knowledge of math and confidence as a math teacher, while making math classes more effective, more enjoyable, and less stressful for you and your students. Click here for Registration Details

Ontario PD Sessions - New Sessions for Fall 2013

New Workshops for JUMP Math  Click here for Introductory and Special Education workshops in Ontario led by JUMP Math Manager of Outreach and Teacher Support, Frances Agro.  

British Columbia Pro-D Sessions - Fall 2013

JUMP Math is holding Introductory workshops in British Columbia led by Teacher Support and First Nations Outreach Manager, Liz Barrett.  

Vancouver teacher says a unique program (JUMP Math) works miracles in classrooms

Getting a jump on math: Vancouver teacher Elisha Bonnis credits a unique program with working miracles in classrooms writes Janet Steffenhagen of the Vancouver Sun

Regardez des extraits de nos cahiers d’élèves / See samples of our French workbooks

Consultez nos extraits gratuits en français et les tables des matières des cahiers destinés aux élèves de la 1re à la 4e année. Check out our free sample sections and full tables of contents for the French student workbooks for Grades 1 to 4. Click here to get the sample sections and the tables of contents.

Commandez dès maintenant les cahiers d’apprentissage pour les élèves en immersion française de la 1re à la 4e année. | French Immersion Assessment and Practice Books for Grades 1-4 Now In Stock.

Dès maintenant, JUMP est fiers d’offrir nos Éditions Françaises de nos cahiers d’apprentissage pour les élèves en immersion française de la première à la quatrième année. | JUMP Math is pleased to announce that Part 1 of its Édition Française student AP Books for Grades 1 to 4 are now available (Part 2 to follow).

Randomized Controlled Study Shows Substantial Gains for Students Using JUMP Math

Preliminary results from a randomized controlled study led by researchers from Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and the University of Toronto show that the math knowledge of children using JUMP Math grew twice as much as that of children using the usual methods of math instruction in a school district in Ontario.

A Better Way to Teach Math: New York Times

JUMP Math is featured in two articles in the New York Times. David Bornstein writes, "...the experience of some educators in Canada and England, using a curriculum called Jump Math, suggests that we seriously underestimate the potential of most students and teachers. It's hard to imagine what society might look like if we could undermine the math hierarchies that get solidified in grade school".  Read A Better Way to Teach Math and Read When Math Makes Sense (To Everyone).

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