Agenda

Spatial Awareness in the Early Years

Date: 

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 - 19:00 to 20:00

Join Catherine O'Brien to learn how the JUMP Math Kindergarten resources can help you provoke and develop spatial thinking in your Kindergarten setting as you introduce and explore intentional spatial language, and purposeful and playful tasks

Part of a series of JUMP Math specialized webinars focussing on Kindergarten teaching - running until May 28th.

Click here to see the complete series and to register 

Where: 

Webinar - Webex Meeting Platform

Amplify JUMP Math with Digital Lesson Slides

Date: 

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 - 20:00 to 21:00

This practical one-hour webinar will help you discover the many tips and tricks that are built into the JUMP Math Digital Lesson Slides.  When used effectively in combination with the lesson plans, the Digital Lesson Slides make lessons even more interactive and engaging.  Enjoy exploring more opportunities to support learning and meet the needs of your diverse learners with confidence! 

$25 Click here to register

Where: 

Webinar - Webex Meeting Platform

JUMP Math Through The Math Minds Research Lens

Date: 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 - 20:00 to 21:30

Building on the "Introduction to JUMP Math" webinar, we dive deeper into teaching strategies from the Math Minds Initiative, an 8-year collaboration with researchers at the University of Calgary.  The 'structured inquiry' strategies, applied to every JUMP Math lesson, amplify the learning for the range of students in your classroom.

This practical, 1.5 hour webinar explores the cognitive science principles that inform the Math Minds model, and how this model supports effective instructional practice with JUMP Math resources (Teacher Resource, Digital Lesson Slides, Assessment & Practice books) through in-depth lesson analysis.  You’ll view your JUMP Math lessons through an entirely new lens!

$35  Click here for dates and to register

Where: 

Webinar - Webex Meeting Platform

Introduction to JUMP Math - Kindergarten to Grade 2

Date: 

Thursday, April 23, 2020 - 09:00 to 15:00

Join Gael James, Outreach Manager and Teacher Support, for an introduction to the research-informed design and instructional approach of JUMP Math.

We will explore JUMP Math’s consistent and spiralled approach to mathematical concepts which were designed to enhance and support instruction and continuous assessment. Participants will learn how scaffolded instruction, structured inquiry and guided practice can build confidence in math class, enable differentiated support for all learners, and improve student outcomes. We will explore effective techniques to build strong mental math skills, critical thinking, and the independent use of various strategies to solve math problems. Find out how you can keep all of your students engaged and learning in our fun, activity-filled math lessons.

$86.40  Click here to register

Where: 

Dalhousie Community Association

Street address: 

5432 Dalhart Road NW

City: 

Calgary

Province/state: 

AB

Postal/zip code: 

T3A 1V6

Country: 

Canada

Problem Solving with JUMP Math Webinar

Date: 

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 19:00 to 20:00

In this one-hour webinar, Grade 3-8 teachers will be encouraged to explore the many problem solving opportunities that JUMP Math resources offer.  Participants will enjoy hands-on experiences that reveal how the JUMP Math “Problem Solving Lessons”, in particular,  carefully develop concepts and set the stage for confident student engagement.

$25 - Click here to register

Where: 

Webinar - Webex Meeting Platform

Introduction to JUMP Math - Kindergarten to Grade 2

Date: 

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 - 09:00 to 15:30

Join Donna Prato, Outreach Manager and Teacher Support, for an introduction to the research-informed design and instructional approach of JUMP Math.

We will explore JUMP Math’s consistent and spiralled approach to mathematical concepts which were designed to enhance and support instruction and continuous assessment. Participants will learn how scaffolded instruction, structured inquiry and guided practice can build confidence in math class, enable differentiated support for all learners, and improve student outcomes. We will explore effective techniques to build strong mental math skills, critical thinking, and the independent use of various strategies to solve math problems. Find out how you can keep all of your students engaged and learning in our fun, activity-filled math lessons.

$86.40  Click here to register

Where: 

Forest Heights Community Hall

Street address: 

10150 80 St NW

City: 

Edmonton

Province/state: 

Ab

Postal/zip code: 

T6A 3HB

Country: 

Canada

Introduction to JUMP Math - Grades 3 to 8

Date: 

Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 09:00 to 15:30

Join Donna Prato, Outreach Manager and Teacher Support, for an introduction to the research-informed design and instructional approach of JUMP Math.

We will explore JUMP Math’s consistent and spiralled approach to mathematical concepts which were designed to enhance and support instruction and continuous assessment. Participants will learn how scaffolded instruction, structured inquiry and guided practice can build confidence in math class, enable differentiated support for all learners, and improve student outcomes. We will explore effective techniques to build strong mental math skills, critical thinking, and the independent use of various strategies to solve math problems. Find out how you can keep all of your students engaged and learning in our fun, activity-filled math lessons.

$86.40  Click here to register

Where: 

Forest Heights Community Hall

Street address: 

10150 80 St NW

City: 

Edmonton

Province/state: 

AB

Postal/zip code: 

T6A 3HB

Country: 

Canada

Introduction to JUMP Math - Grades 3 to 8

Date: 

Friday, May 1, 2020 - 09:00 to 15:00

Join Gael James, Outreach Manager and Teacher Support, for an introduction to the research-informed design and instructional approach of JUMP Math.

We will explore JUMP Math’s consistent and spiralled approach to mathematical concepts which were designed to enhance and support instruction and continuous assessment. Participants will learn how scaffolded instruction, structured inquiry and guided practice can build confidence in math class, enable differentiated support for all learners, and improve student outcomes. We will explore effective techniques to build strong mental math skills, critical thinking, and the independent use of various strategies to solve math problems. Find out how you can keep all of your students engaged and learning in our fun, activity-filled math lessons.

$86.40  Click here to register

Where: 

Dalhousie Community Association

Street address: 

5432 Dalhart Road NW

City: 

Calgary

Province/state: 

AB

Postal/zip code: 

T3A 1V6

Country: 

Canada

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