Welcome to JUMP Math Canada
JUMP Math is a numeracy program. JUMP Math is dedicated to enhancing the potential in children by encouraging an understanding and a love of math in students and educators. JUMP Math replaces the self-fulfilling myth that some people are born with mathematical ability while others do not have the ability to succeed with assumptions that all children can be led to think mathematically.
We offer educators, tutors and parents complete and balanced materials as well as training to help them reach all students.
News & Media
We hosted a panel discussion at Manhattan Charter School on April 18, 2016 with New York Times journalist David Bornstein, leading experts, and educators to discuss what makes our “guided discovery” approach so successful. For more details and to watch the video, click here.
JUMP Math is pleased to announce the first of our new Canadian Editions. Parts 1 and 2 of JUMP Math’s New Canadian Edition for Grade 3 will be published this summer and fall. Key changes include revised lessons, improved Teacher Resource navigational tools, and improved student Assessment & Practice format and content. Click here for full details about our new Canadian Edition.
In a feature in CBC News, JUMP Math founder Dr. John Mighton is asked about the increased funding and time for mathematics in Ontario classrooms. Mighton suggests looking at research on how children learn, and using cognitive science as the foundation for teaching methods. Following this, John Mighton was on CBC Metro Morning with Matt Galloway, explaining the importance of a balanced and evidence-based approach. Listen here.
With the right lesson plan, teachers can turn struggling students into budding mathematicians - the secret is carefully guiding their adventure in numbers. John Mighton wrote a piece for Scientific American Mind about the research that informs JUMP Math's guided discovery approach to teaching math. Read the full article here.
The results from fall and spring assessments revealed significant gains for students participating in JUMP Math’s 2014-2015 National Book Fund, for the fourth year in a row.
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.
See our Top 10 research-supported strategies for tackling barriers in the classroom.
Ever wondered why? John Mighton, JUMP Math's founder, explains how this works. Watch the video on JUMP Math's YouTube channel.
Get printable homework sheets and other resources that complement JUMP Math’s core classroom curriculum. Visit www.jumpmathteachers.org to register - it's FREE for teachers!
The Art & Science of Math Education conference on November 26-27, 2016 in Ottawa will provide a space for educators, administrators, policy-makers, and researchers to share best practices and build advanced knowledge of the latest critical issues in math education. Co-hosted by the Community Foundation of Ottawa, Carleton University, Algonquin College, the University of Ottawa, and JUMP Math, this event will galvanize a conversation about the most effective, evidence-based methods for strengthening numeracy in Canada. Visit www.mathconference.ca for details and to register.
John Mighton, JUMP Math’s founder, has been named as one of Schwab Foundation’s Social Entrepreneurs of the Year! The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship supports social entrepreneurs as an important catalyst for societal innovation and progress. Read more here. Want to know more about JUMP as a social enterprise? Visit our page here.
Mathematician and JUMP Math founder Dr. John Mighton spoke at TEDxCERN about the belief that anyone can learn anything, especially mathematics. In this inspiring talk, John highlights an invisible problem in society: we underestimate ourselves. Watch his talk and view our gallery here.