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Ontario Association for Mathematics Education
Ontario Association for Mathematics Education

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, support, and advocate for excellence in mathematics education throughout the Province of Ontario. For more about OAME, check out our Vision for Learning Mathematics.

OAME/AOEM and all of their professional learning opportunities, including the OAME/AOEM Annual Conference, are not funded in any way by the Ministry of Education or any Boards of Education. If further clarification is required, please contact your local federation office.


 

Exciting Project! (Deadline to apply: 4pm today)

We are excited to announce the OAME - AFEMO Elementary Math Curriculum Resource Project / Projet de ressources curriculaires mathématiques à l’élémentaire. The project will involve producing resources to support the implementation of the Revised Elementary Curriculum in partnership with L’Association Francophone pour l’Enseignement des Mathématiques en Ontario (AFEMO).

The resources will include classroom-ready materials to support instruction and assessment around Number (with an emphasis on fractions), Financial Literacy, Mathematical Modelling, and Coding. In addition to the classroom-ready materials, webinars to support the roll out of the resources, explore the content in the front matter of the curriculum, and examine the transition to secondary school will be hosted through the school year. All resources will be available in French and English and will eventually be housed on a separate website.

For those interested in participating in the project or learning more about the available positions, please visit these two URLs:
Project Leads and Writers
Website and Webinar support

This project serves to reaffirm OAME/AOEM’s and AFEMO’s commitment to support Ontario teachers as they work to implement the Revised Elementary Curriculum expectations.

Sincerely,
Lynda Ferneyhough
Project Manager link ...

New OAME/AOEM Position Paper on STEM now available

The OAME/AOEM Position Statement on STEM has now been published on the OAME website.

The Ontario Association for Mathematics Education is creating position statements on a variety of topics related to mathematics teaching and learning. As they are approved by the OAME/AOEM Executive they will be made available. link ...

OAME 2021 Conference Update

Due to complications arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not able to hold the OAME 2021 Annual Conference at Humber College. However, we have been able to find a replacement venue. OAME 2021 will now be held at The Beanfield Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto. The Beanfield Centre is a premier convention centre that is an ideal fit for the OAME conference, and we are very pleased to have been able to secure the entire space there.

Unfortunately, we have had to change the date of the conference. The new dates are May 20-21, 2021. Mark this event on your calendar, and consider staying in Toronto over the long weekend.

Wayne Erdman & Margaret Quinn
Co-Chairs, OAME 2021

P.S. Presenters: We are now open for Session Proposals! Login to MCIS, then click on the  Propose  tab. link ...

Jo Boaler webinar - now available

The Jo Boaler webinar from June is now available in the OAME Members Only area. "21st Century Teaching & Learning" was recorded on Monday June 29th, and is now available to all OAME members. Click on the Videos/Webinars link in the MEMBER LINKS section of the left panel after you login. link ...

Revised Elementary Curriculum

The revised Ontario elementary curriculum for Grades 1 - 8 has been released.
OAME/AOEM is committed to supporting Ontario teachers as they work to implement the revised curriculum expectations. link ...

Online Resources for Math at Home

In response to the current COVID-19 outbreak, OAME/AOEM wants to remind members that there are many supports available for teachers and students to assist with online learning that are available on the OAME/AOEM website. Free to all (members and non-members) are resources such as:
  • Mathies (https://www.mathies.ca/) - These online tools provide students and teachers games, activities, learning supports and other links to assist with learning at home. Note that many of these are also available in French.
  • Grade Specific Resources (https://oame.on.ca/main/index.php?code=grspecres) - Many resources from K-12 that include activities (many from the TIPS4RM lessons) as well as financial literacy resources. NOTE: This now includes resources that were originally in the Members Only section.
  • Math4theNines (http://www.math4thenines.ca/resources.html) - These resources were specifically designed for Grade 9. Great tasks for your students and research for you to dive into.
In addition to the resources noted above, members have access to all of the member resources (once you log in). These include some of the grade specific resources that are not posted publicly for Grade 10 and Grade 12 as well as all webinar recordings from the last two seasons of OAMEtalks and recordings of the featured speakers from OAME 2019.

We would also like to remind you of resources that have been made available to all students and teachers in the province such as:

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