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 RT @royanlee: Our #yrdsbassessment Summer Institute begins with a day of learning about equity and assessment with the great @Sandra_Herbst… 5 days ago
 RT @royanlee: Assessment is the act of social justice  @Sandra_Herbst #yrdsbassessment https://t.co/EAnmLLEvah 5 days ago
 @drsueb thank you for the follow. I look forward to continuing my learning with you in support of students re: math & cognitive load. 2 weeks ago
 RT @Kwith64: Submitted our @AERA paper on mathematics leadership... “How we define leadership defines how we participate in it"  Lambert… 3 weeks ago
 @Kwith64 @aera Kathy can you share some additional researchers that contributed to your thinking for this math lead… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 weeks ago
 @Kwith64 @aera RT “How we define leadership defines how we participate in it"  Lambert. Yup @Kwith64 is once again pushing my thinking. 3 weeks ago
 RT @bmplanche: A2 #LeadUpChat. Surveys are only as good as the questions asked and limited to choices 4 answers. Focus groups can put faces… 1 month ago

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Author Archives: paulaniceto
Layers Of Differentiated Assessment In Math Class
The York Region District School Board recently posted a YouTube video describing the “Comprehensive Math Program”. Watch all 4.5 minutes of it. It is worth it. There are a number of important ideas, concepts, and vision pieces that I can take … Continue reading
Math Talk Community. It’s more than just talk, it’s about addressing status and curbing the fixed mindset
Teaching math through problem solving or inquiry needs a mathtalk rich community of learners. A community of learners that is at ease with asking clarifying questions, advancing personal conjectures and awaiting feedback from peers. This is an idea I have advanced elsewhere. … Continue reading
A Probability and Number Sense Math Game – Please contribute
Ontario educator Stepan Pruchnicky aka @stepanpruch sent out a request calling for math games (perhaps using cards or dice) that might be helpful for a grade 5 classroom learning about Numeracy / Probability topics. @paul_aniceto @Yummymath @avivaloca looking for good … Continue reading
Balancing Knowing Math Basics with Developing Mathematical Thinking
When a kid cant count back correct change @ the till its likely not because they dont know basic facts but they lack mathematical thinking — Dean Shareski (@shareski) June 7, 2013 So, what does it mean to think mathematically? … Continue reading
3 degrees of separation to Dean Shareski
I trace myself back to Dean Shareski through my former Vice Principal, Brian Harrison. In a recent post, Dean assigned the following piece of homework for a few of the bloggers he follows. Here is the post. Brian nominated me … Continue reading
PISA 2012 Results: What does it mean for your students?
In 2011, the school I presently work at developed a learning focus on enhancing math practice. Through open, collegial, respectful, but at times difficult discussions, we teachers recognized a need to learn more about how inquiry or problem based learning … Continue reading
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Doing a 3part lesson does not mean you are doing math inquiry
Back in February 2013, I published a post ‘Thoughts on math inquiry…subject to change after I click publish‘. In that post I listed a few ideas I had with respect to math inquiry. One of the ideas I expressed was … Continue reading