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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.


 

Elections open for OAME Board

All current OAME members are eligible to vote for positions on the Executive and Board of Directors from now until March 31st, 11:59pm. Voting is now open.
  • You will find "OAME Elections" in the links on the left side or click here. Just follow the directions.
  • Bios for all candidates are included.
The results of the elections will be announced on this website.

mathies.ca update

The Short Version: The Flash is dead! Long live mathies apps!

The Medium Version: YES - you can still access mathies learning tools,
especially on mobile devices, but also on some computers.

The Long Version (click here for more details!) link ...

OAMEtalks-Yet Another Bonus Episode - Preview # 3

This is the last of three bonus episodes with some of the featured and keynote speakers from the OAME2021 virtual conference in May. In the previous two episodes we heard a little about each of them and a brief preview of each of their sessions. On this episode we asked them to talk about what they thought was working well with online learning. We'll hear from Robert Q. Berry, Kyle Pearce, Chris Suurtamm, Gail Burrill, Marian Small, Graham Fletcher, Lisa Lunney Borden, Ron Lancaster, Dan Meyer and Jon Orr. More info about the conference can be found at oame2021.ca.
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OntarioMath.support

Coding Webinars - open for registration!
Registration is now open for the Webinars based on the Lesson and Assessment plans focussed on Coding. The series will start with a Webinar whose focus is Coding in the Primary Grades, which premiered on Thursday February 11th. After the Primary webinars are done, they will be followed by a webinar on Coding in the Junior Grades, and finally Coding in the Intermediate Grades. Register on the Webinars page.

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OAME/AOEM 2021 is Virtual! - Registration live!

OAME/AOEM 2021 will now be held in a virtual format using Zoom technology, over the five days of May 17 - 21, 2021. All sessions will take place after school hours.

The conference will continue to offer three keynote addresses, nine featured speakers and over 120 breakout sessions.

Registration is now open to all !

A pdf program file is also now available so you can preview the session descriptions.

Wayne Erdman & Margaret Quinn
Co-Chairs, OAME 2021 link ...

Canadian Mathematical Society - Free Webinars

The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) has a new initiative for Black and Indigenous students. Within the context of this initiative we offer a free webinars to students and educators. link ...

Elementary Curriculum updates

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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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