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## OTF Connect – Making Connections Between Proportional Thinking and Fractional Thinking

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar December 5th, 2016 Make connections from the relational thinking behind proportional reasoning and represent these number relationships as fractions. Join Kyle Pearce as we explore fractional thinking using tasks that are contextual, visual and concrete in order to examine fraction constructs, uncover multiple representations of fractions, and discover different perspectives that build the conceptual understanding behind the rules for multiplying and dividing fractions. Replay the webinar and access OTF Resources here. Resources Related to This Session: Slide Deck OTF Connect - Making Connections Between Proportional Thinking and Fractional Thinking from Kyle Pearce Download the S...

## OTF Connect – Exploring the Progression of Proportional Reasoning From K-9

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar October 26th, 2016 Students begin using proportional reasoning early in their mathematics learning journey when they begin to think of the magnitude of numbers relative to another rather than in absolute terms. Join Kyle Pearce as we explore the progression of proportional reasoning throughout the primary, junior and intermediate math classroom by using tasks that are contextual, visual and concrete and spark curiosity in students. Replay the webinar and access OTF Resources here. Resources Related to This Session: Slide Deck OTF Connect - Exploring The Progression of Proportional Reasoning From K-9 from Kyle Pearce Download the Slide Deck in the following formats: Portable Do...

## OTF Connect – Working With Two Variable Relationships

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar April 21st, 2016 Join colleagues and engage in multiple 3 Act Math Tasks using specific real world examples related to two-variable relationships, scatter plots, distance-time and motion-time graphs. During this webinar, prepare to have your curiosity sparked as you will solve junior/intermediate math problems with ease and participating in a fun consolidation of these often “not-so-fun” topics. Upon leaving the session, you will have access to all the tasks and resources used during the session including the interactive Knowledgehook Custom Gameshow you can use to engage your students and develop a deep understanding of these important concepts. Replay the webinar and access OTF Resources here....

## OTF Connects: My Past Session Resource Pages

Access My Ontario Teachers Federation Webinars and Resources The Ontario Teachers’ Federation cares about supporting the learning of Ontario Teachers and continues to offer OTF Connect webinar sessions throughout the school year. I am honoured to deliver OTF Connects Sessions in the area of mathematics over the previous couple of years. All resources and webinar replay links will be available on this page. Interested in learning more about OTF Connects Sessions? Click here. Take a look at my past OTF Connect Session Resource Pages in reverse chronological order below: [postshortcode the_query="post_type=page&p=17485"] [postshortcode the_query="post_type=page&p=17400"] [postshortcode the_query="post_type=page&p=17279"] [postshortcode ...

## OTF Connect – Gamifying Formative Assessment with Knowledgehook Gameshow

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar March 1st, 2016 This session explores how teachers can gamify the formative assessment process using Knowledgehook’s free interactive web-based student response system, Gameshow! During this webinar, participants will engage in a ready-made Knowledgehook Gameshow as a student to experience the full spectrum of features available in the tool, followed by an in-depth tour behind the scenes to learn how to use this tool the very next day. Features explored will be the free Ready-Made content aligned with the Ontario Math Curriculum, the Custom Gameshow tool in order to personalize your Gameshow content, and more advanced features like sharing Gameshows and embedding questions on the web! Replay th...

## OTF Connect – Making Math Student Centred Through Inquiry-Based Interactive Tasks

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar November 26th, 2015 Explore the use of a 4-Part Math Lesson with a specific real world example related to Linear Relations and Solving Equations. 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 abstract representations using algebra. Upon leaving the session, you will have access to all shared resources including the interactive Knowledgehook Gameshow, which you can use to engage your students in grade 9 and 10 to prove to them that they really DO understand math! Replay the webinar and access OTF Resources here. Slide Deck OTF Connect Webinar - Making Math Student Cen...

## OTF Connect – 4-Part Math Lesson: Number Sense and Algebra

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar March 24th, 2015 This session is part of a series entitled Incorporating the 4-Part Math Framework Into Your Lesson. In this OTF Connect Series, participants are 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. Session 3: Introducing Number Sense and Algebra With the 4-Part Math Lesson Framework...

## OTF Connect – Exploring Measurement and the 4-Part Math Lesson

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar March 9th, 2015 This session is part of a series entitled Incorporating the 4-Part Math Framework Into Your Lesson. In this OTF Connect Series, participants are 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. Session 2: Introducing Measurement With the 4-Part Math Lesson Framework Join us for ...

## Join Me on March 9th for a FREE @OTF_PD Connect Webinar

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 conne...

## OTF Connect – Exploring Proportional Reasoning Through a 4-Part Math Lesson

Ontario Teachers Federation Connect Webinar February 2nd, 2015 This session is part of a series entitled Incorporating the 4-Part Math Framework Into Your Lesson. In this OTF Connect Series, participants are 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. Session 1: Introducing Proportional Reasoning and Extensions with the 4-Part Math L...

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