A quick, off the top of my head string of thoughts about teaching and learning... Teachers are planning the start to their classes. I am too, for my classes. I...

Pyper, J. S. (2013). E-Kwatee-Ons -- From mind games to algebra part 2. OAME Gazette, 52(2), 29-32. Ekwateeons_twoDownload

Pyper, J. S. (2013). E-Kwatee-Ons -- From mind games to algebra. OAME Gazette, 52(1), 29-33. Ekwateeons_oneDownload

This activity was designed to give grade 9 students another look at the Pythagorean Theorem -- something that would be a little tactile, and a little collaborative with a friend....

One of the earliest math Trails was by Dudley Blane and Doug Clarke in 1985 for a trail around the city of Melbourne Australia. Math Trails are an opportunity to...

The MSTE Group and the Quinte St. Lawrence Mathematics Association (QSLMA) collaborated with a matholymPIcs for grade 7 and 8 students. Use the following link to go to the wiki...

This is a ‘throw-back Thursday’ story – one that I have remembered as I scroll through peoples’ stories of their math exploits, experiences, challenges, and learning on social media. It...

I am continually surprised by my students, they are so unique and individual, they find ways to surprise me about when and how they learn – often when I least...

What if the elementary school curriculum was shifted to be about “mathematical arts” and offer more opportunities for teachers, students, and parents to engage in the learning

‘Flipped’ classrooms, i.e., when teachers create engaging learning activities and teaching experiences for students to watch, work with, learn from, at home,… and then in-class time is for collaborative or...