JUMP Math’s Professional Development (PD) session is designed to give you the tools and skills to effectively implement the program in your classroom or school. In this workshop participants will:
Books (one set per participant) are available at a discounted price and must be ordered at time of registration. No books will be sold at the workshop.
Want Professional Development In Your School?
If there is sufficient interest in your school district, arrangements can be made to have a JUMP Math Outreach Manager provide professional development for your group. Prices vary according to location and number of teachers. Please contact Charlene MacKenzie for more details.
|Wednesday March 22, 2017 - Calgary
Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary
731 - 13 Avenue NE (Map)
9:30 am - 3:30 pm Mountain Time
$86.40 (plus GST)
Payment & Discounts
Full day in-person = $86.40
Half day in-person = $59.40
When you register for a workshop, you have the opportunity to order one printed, binder-ready version of a grade-specific Teacher Resource package at the discounted price of $73.50 + GST and/or one set of grade-specific student Assessment and Practice books at the discounted price of $14 + GST. This discount is only available up to one week before the workshop.
We recommend that you pay online when you register. However, if you do pay by cheque, please indicate which workshop you are attending and mail it to: JUMP Math, One Yonge Street, Suite 1014, Toronto, ON M5E 1E5. Please do not bring your cheque to the workshop.
If your school or district plans to adopt JUMP Math, we offer the following discounts:
- 35% off Professional Development
- 20% off Teacher Resources (including SMART Lesson Materials)
Please click here for more information on School and District Discounts.
Outreach Managers in Alberta
Charlene enjoyed math in high school only due to a good “memory”. But biology was her calling. It was in post-secondary bio that she “hit the math wall”, though, faced with calculus and certain chemistries. She made it through, yet her bio-based plans got sidetracked after drifting from the Maritimes to Calgary in the 90s; the only teaching positions were in high school math. Thus her extensive teaching career began, in grades 1-12 classrooms and an alternative educational setting for many years. Along the way, and often through kids’ eyes, Charlene found math’s elegance. In recent years, she loved supporting teachers and students in numeracy and literacy. It was in this role that she discovered JUMP Math and John Mighton’s writings, and she ‘jumped’ at the chance to see John speak and learn from the brilliant MJ. A scientist at heart, Charlene is deeply interested in how the brain learns. She is thrilled to bring JUMP to teachers and do all she can to oust that myth of “hitting the math wall”. Charlene adores the mountains’ year-round activities, but her soul belongs to the ocean and east coast music. Slainte. Contact Charlene.
Mary Jane Moreau
Mary Jane had a lengthy career teaching primary and junior grades in public, separate, independent and private school settings. Along the way she became familiar with John Mighton’s writing and had opportunities to work with him, piloting JUMP Math lessons in her classrooms and volunteering for JUMP Math. She soon saw that the materials, methodology and philosophy allowed her students to achieve outcomes that eclipsed those in all her previous years of teaching. As a teacher, MJ felt there was no higher calling than to have the privilege to be entrusted with young minds. As she neared the end of her career, she was invited to work full-time for JUMP Math in Alberta. She knew that it was an opportunity to help move the needle in math education for thousands of children. Based in Calgary, MJ’s work takes her to fly-in northern communities, board offices of corporate funders, and to schools across Alberta, where she provides PD and support for teachers. Her favourite aspect of her work is going back to her teaching roots, visiting classrooms and witnessing exuberant children become highly competent and confident in mathematics. Watch Mary Jane on YouTube. Contact Mary Jane.