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Welcome to OAME. The Ontario Association for Mathematics Education is the professional organization for everyone interested in Mathematics Education in Ontario. Our mission is to promote excellence in mathematics education throughout the Province of Ontario. For more about OAME, check out our Vision for Learning Mathematics.
OAME 2017 Registration OPEN for Promo Codes
We have had an overwhelming response to our conference. Registrations have come in much faster than anticipated. A number of school boards have reserved a block of registrations for teachers in their board. These teachers will be given a promo code. To allow for those with promo codes to register, we are restricting registration to those who have a promo code. This is in effect until 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 1st, 2017. After this date, the plan is to open up registration for all, once more, until the conference is full. We are working with the college and presenters to be able to accommodate all those who want to attend.
If you pre-registered and paid (or are a presenter), you can still (and must) login to MCIS to choose workshops - don't delay - pick the ones you want now before they fill up! See you in May, in Kingston, ON! Check out the OAME2017 website for the latest information on the conference. link ...
"Five Practices" 3 part webinar (Free!)
Session Dates: March 30, April 20, and May 4
Time: 4:00 to 5:30 EST
Registration Deadline: March 21, 2017
This three-session series offers hands-on activities for teams of educators to help experience, and better understand, the power of using the framework of the Five Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions (Margaret Smith and Mary Stein). Educators involved in the OAME/OMCA Grade 9 Applied Mathematics project found the Five Practices framework very helpful as they worked to address a variety of self-identified areas of focus to enhance instruction and assessment. Join teams of educators from across the province for this series to explore the Five Practices: Anticipating, Monitoring, Selecting, Sequencing and Connecting.
Ideally, workshop participants will attend with a team of educators from their school consisting of classroom teachers, special education teachers, and an administrator. Teams should meet in one location and have a data projector to display the Adobe Connect meeting room. To register: http://tinyurl.com/Math4theNines5PracticesAC
Math4theNines project website goes live!
Watch the website for upcoming learning opportunities. link ...