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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.

Time Sensitive Writing Opportunity !!!

Planning for Integrated Learning: STEAM Learning Units of Study, Grades 1 to 8 - Summer Writing Opportunity
There is an opportunity for teachers to participate in developing a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) Unit of Study for Grades 1 to 8.

There will be up to 20 teachers participating in the development of the professional learning resources from August 14 - August 25, 2017. The resource development sessions will take place in person in Toronto, Ontario. Travel, meals and accommodations will be reimbursed according to Ministry of Education guidelines.
Teachers are invited to apply by July 7, 2017.

Participants will be chosen based on the attached application form and scoring rubric. We will contact successful candidates by July 14, 2017.

For more information, read the Memo to Directors of Education, check out the Application Form, and view the Rubric for scoring the Application. link ...

OAME 2017 Ignite Videos

Please check out the latest OAME 2017 Ignite video posts on YouTube. Who will you see?

Marian Small
Patrick Vennebush
George Hart
David Costello
Ryan Tackaberry
Shawn Godin
Mary Bourassa
Matthew Oldridge
Jamie Pyper
Krista Sarmatiuk
Jon Orr
George Gadanidis
Jimmy Pai
Kyle Pearce

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OAME 2017 Leadership Conf. - open for registration

The OAME 2017 Leadership Conference is now open for registration on MCIS. Featuring a Thinking Classroom keynote by Dr. Peter Liljedahl, breakouts with Pierre Tranchemontagne, Jamie DePippo, Karine Rozon, Jimmy Pai, Alex Overwijk, & exciting sessions facilitated by Dr. Christine Suurtamm, John Orr, Kyle Pearce, & Mary Bourassa. link ...

FNMIEAO Survey for Ontario Teachers

The First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Association of Ontario is leading an initiative connecting Indigenous Knowledge and Mathematics as part of the Math Knowledge Network. In order to be responsive to Ontario teachers, they are looking for our input.

Please find a survey for teachers at http://bit.ly/surveyK-12
If you have any questions, please email: copassist@fnmieao.com link ...

OAME 2017 - Another success!

OAME2017 is now over - thanks to all those who helped out as presenters, volunteers, and most especially the organizers. The leadership team of Bill Lundy & Amy Baker, MCIS chair/guru Kathy Pilon, and the rest of the small but mighty team pulled off a great event despite overwhelmingly surprising numbers, on site construction, and other factors completely different! Kudos to all - and thanks to all who participated and made this another stellar event. link ...

Integrating the Teaching & Learning of Math & Tech

The Ministry of Education is creating an exciting, new opportunity supporting the integration of Grade 9 and 10 Applied Mathematics with Grade 9 and 10 Technological Education. This opportunity will be available to a limited number of secondary school teams. If your application to participate is successful, you will receive funding and support for the development of an integrated course delivery model.
Application Deadline: May 4, 2017
Details are found in this Challenge for Ontario Educators (MS Word file, also openable in Google Docs) and in the Application Form itself.

Summer Institute Opportunity - Gr 9 Applied Math

The registration deadline for the OAME/OMCA Grade 9 Applied Mathematics Summer Learning Institute has passed and registration is now closed.

For the past two years, the OAME and OMCA have collaborated on a research project with the University of Ottawa to pilot and document the implementation of Grade 9 Applied Mathematics through school teams in nine different school boards.

School teams of four (administrator, department head or board math lead and 2 teachers) are invited to join the teachers and researchers involved in this Research Project as they share their learning from the past two years. The institute will include strategy workshops, research findings, implementation models, and team planning time. The registration fee is $200 per team which includes travel and accommodation costs. This Learning Institute will be of value to all secondary schools that are working towards supporting student achievement in Grade 9 Applied Mathematics. Schools identified as "few" schools in the Renewed Math Strategy may complete the appropriate expenditure form to have the $200 registration fee reimbursed.

Click the link below for more information -> link ...