1-Day Professional Development
JUMP Math’s Professional Development (PD) session is designed to give you the tools and skills to effectively use the resources 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
Want Professional Development In Your Community?
For more information about upcoming PD opportunities in British Columbia, please contact Liz Barrett. 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.
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 Digital Lesson Slides)
Please click here for more information on School and District Discounts.
Outreach Managers in British Columbia
Liz landed in Toronto in 2003 from South Africa where she had been teaching for many years. Moving to a village in Whistler, British Columbia was how Liz came across a First Nations Community in Mount Currie that ended up shaping her life in Canada. It was at this school that she first introduced JUMP Math in BC and she volunteered in those early days to support John Mighton as he started the charity. Liz travels extensively across Canada and the USA with her love working with teachers and parents to support them in teaching math well. John’s book, The Myth of Ability resonated with Liz, as in her career she have seen first-hand the incredible power of praise, combined with developing children’s self confidence so that they become resilient learners unafraid of taking chances or making mistakes. Liz’s favourite number is 13! Contact Liz.
“How does learning really work?” This question has dogged Sue for many years. As a teacher, a tutor, a program director, a writer, a tour guide, a therapeutic clown, and a crisis line worker among many other things, Sue has asked this question and endeavoured to understand. Trained as a teacher on Haida Gwaii, transplanted to Uruguay, the state of Georgia, then back to Canada, Sue has strived to answer this. When she began teaching in a First Nations middle school, she became passionate about quality mathematics education, as this subject, more than other, shows how growth mindset can function. She discovered the work of John Mighton and became devoted to the JUMP Math teacher led guided discovery method which created so many ‘aha’ moments and so much more confidence in her students. She feels blessed to have the opportunity to contribute her skills, abilities, and passion to enhance the potential in children by encouraging an understanding and a love of math in students and educators! Her favourite number is 24 because it is the smallest number with exactly 8 divisors - and there are 24 hours each day to make a difference. Contact Sue.