The Art & Science of Math Education
Ottawa, November 2016
The Art & Science of Math Education, hosted on November 25th, 2016 in Ottawa, provided an opportunity for educators, administrators, policy-makers, and researchers to share best practices around critical issues in math education. JUMP Math co-hosted the conference with educational partners including Ottawa Community Foundation, Carleton University, Algonquin College, and the University of Ottawa. This specific meeting of minds triggered an exciting day focused on the most effective, evidence-based methods for strengthening numeracy in Canada.
What did we hope educators would take away from the day?
We've posted all five video clips on JUMP Math’s YouTube channel, including interviews with conference partners Bibi Patel and Monica Nevins, Indspire Vice-President of Education Sonia Prevost-Derbecker, and researchers Dr. Daniel Ansari and Dr. Brent Davis.
Below, watch teachers Christa Bauer and Ramona Crane share their conference experiences:
Listen to The Art and Science of Math Education conference partners Bibi Patel (Vice President, Ottawa Community Foundation) and Monica Nevins (Professor, University of Ottawa) share their thoughts on bringing together multiple perspectives to improve math education:
Sonia Prevost-Derbecker, Vice-President of Indspire, was a keynote speaker at the Art & Science of Math Education conference. Hear her thoughts on math education:
Dr. Daniel Ansari, developmental cognitive neuroscientist at Western University, was a keynote speaker at the Art & Science of Math Education conference. Hear his thoughts on evidence-informed strategies for teaching math:
Dr. Brent Davis, Werklund researcher professor at the University of Calgary, was a keynote speaker at the Art & Science of Math Education conference. Hear his thoughts on teacher education: