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Numeracy / Mathematics
A series of guiding documents to implement literacy and numeracy programming aligned to new directions from Alberta Education.
A series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences will be offered to teachers of Elementary Mathematics through-out the 2015-16 school year.
The aim of this series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences is to provide opportunities, ideas, and a venue for teachers to work collaboratively to enhance and further develop their knowledge and skills in K-6 mathematics.
Alberta Education has developed a series of videos to support the mathematics programs of study, K-12.
First Steps™ in Mathematics materials are practical, accessible, classroom-tested teaching procedures and activities.
CEMC Courseware is an open and online teaching and learning platform. On-screen text with synchronized audio and interactive investigations teach the concepts from Grade 12 Advanced Functions (Pre-Calculus) and Grade 12 Calculus and Vectors.
This website will provide opportunities to expand your understanding of literacy and numeracy practices from First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives and gain tools and strategies to support First Nations, Métis and Inuit and all students' success in your community.
Find out how a Traditional Games Day creates a context for meaningful numeracy learning. First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples traditionally used the context of games to teach skills needed for surviving on the land. This video illustrates how this traditional way of learning can be just as valid today.
See first-hand how two different teachers engage their students in meaningful numeracy experiences through traditional contexts, including exploring probability through traditional rock hand games and calculating volume by examining the structure of a traditional tee pee.
This video features First Nations, Métis and Inuit artists, educators and scholars sharing their perspectives of how the tradition of storytelling permeates their cultures and world views.