## Introducing Measurement With the 4-Part Math Lesson Framework

This coming Monday March 9th, 2015 from 7:30pm – 9pm, I will be hosting a free Ontario Teachers Federation (OTF) online webinar in the **OTF Connect** series. This webinar is part 2 of the 3 part series:

## Incorporating the 4-Part Math Framework Into Your Lesson

In this OTF Connect Series, you will be introduced to a math lesson framework that unpacks the Minds On, Action, and Consolidation from the well known 3-Part Math Lesson into four, more specific parts. Each session will introduce a lesson exemplar that will incorporate real world problems in a style similar to Dan Meyer’s 3-Act Math Tasks to offer the context necessary for students to successfully make connections between what we see in the real world and its mathematical representation.

This particular webinar will focus on Measurement:

## Introducing Measurement With the 4-Part Math Lesson Framework

Join us for the second of three OTF Connect Sessions introducing the 4-Part Math Lesson exploring specific real world examples related to Measurement and how we can leverage visuals to make connections to concepts from other strands. During this webinar, you will engage as the student and solve problems with ease regardless of your mathematical background and participate in the consolidation to their abstract representations using algebra. Upon leaving the session, you will have access to all the resources used during the session to engage your students from grade 6 all the way to grade 9 academic to prove to them that they really DO understand math!

Here is an example of what you may encounter during this webinar:

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## About Kyle Pearce

I’m Kyle Pearce and I am a former high school math teacher. I’m now the K-12 Mathematics Consultant with the Greater Essex County District School Board, where I uncover creative ways to spark curiosity and fuel sense making in mathematics. Read more.

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