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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.


 

OntarioMath.support - Latest updates

The final webinar for October, "Data Literacy Across the Strands", will take place on Tuesday Oct 19th & Thursday Oct 21st. Go to the Webinars page to register. All previous webinars are now available for viewing on demand, including the most recent one, "Strand A - Mathematical Thinking and Making Connections through Mathematical Modelling"

As well, lessons continue to be added to the Grade 9 page. Check it out! link ...

OAMEtalks - Season 4 update

Season 4 of the highly acclaimed OAMEtalks podcast & webinar series is well underway!

In the Members Only section you can now view the October webinar presented by Lisa Anne Floyd on "Ideas and Inspiration for J/I Support for the Coding Expectations in the Mathematics Curriculum" - great webinar just jam-packed full of ideas and goodness!

Check out the OAMEtalks Season 4 home page for details and links to all the podcasts so far, including Lisa's podcast from October, as well as the season opener with Jason To, and the special webinar on Coding presented by guest hosts Iain Brodie and Beyza Sezer as they speak with Pekka Reinio from Simcoe County DSB.

If you missed the opening webinar of Season 4, "Destreaming Grade 9" presented by Jason To, it is available for viewing by all. link ...

Back to School Supports for Teachers

OAME/AOEM continues to strive to support Ontario's mathematics teachers. Here are some of the supports that you may want to visit to help you as you plan the coming scholastic year:
  • OntarioMath.support - Elementary -
    Here you will find lesson and assessment plans for the 2020 Revised Math Curriculum, as well as webinars to help you navigate the curriculum.
  • OntarioMath.support - Grade 9 -
    Here you will find sample Course Plans, lesson and assessment plans, and webinars to support the successful implementation of the new grade 9 de-streamed math course.
  • Math 4 the Nines website - Math4theNines
    To further support the implementation of MTH1W, look to this site for a variety of resources, including our Workshops-in-a-Bag.
  • mathies website- mathies.ca
    Here you will find tools and apps that are designed to align with our Ontario mathematics curriculum.
We hope you are able to make excellent use of these free resources! link ...

mathies Money app - now available in HTML5 !

The second of three HTML5 mathies apps being developed this summer is now available! Check out the Money app which will work in all browsers on all devices. Since Flash has been phased out of existence on most modern browsers this new version has been eagerly anticipated. The iOS and Android versions are still available for download from their respective app stores, though this new HTML5 version will also work in their mobile browsers.

The next app to receive the HTML5 treatment will be Fraction Strips.

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Grade 9 Math Curriculum released!

The official curriculum for the newly revised destreamed Grade 9 math course is now available. The DCP (dynamic curriculum) website features videos as well as links to details about the strands and organization of the new math course. link ...


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