EduGAINS – Math GAINS
Math GAINS provides a wealth of classroom-ready instructional supports for K to 12 teaching and learning in Ontario.
eWorkshop – Elementary Literacy and Numeracy
English and French resources developed for teachers by the Ontario Ministry of Education and TFO. Includes lessons, videos, activity sheets, and more (overlaps EduGAINS but also provides different materials).
Free self-paced learning platform for mathematics. It includes engagement tools such as games to measure and improve student learning.
Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat Resource Package
This downloadable online package includes video clips of expert practitioners putting “best ideas” into practice, summaries of promising evidence-based practices including tips on how to get started in your school and classroom, and research on instruction and learning, highlighting implications for classroom practice: Webcasts for Educators; Capacity Building Series; What Works? Research into Practice
Designed for elementary and secondary teachers and students, this site includes searchable resources by education level and curriculum strand for teachers, answers to math questions for students, monthly math problems, and information on careers in mathematics.
Renewed Mathematics Strategy Virtual Learning Series
Student Success/Learning to 18 – Leading Math Success
Leading Math Success includes lesson plans, videos, posters, and other teaching resources for Grade 7 to 12 math classes.
TIPS for English Language Learners in Mathematics: Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9 Applied, and Grade 10 Applied.
This resource connects to current research, and includes grade-level support materials for those working with English language learners in Grades 7 to 10.
Teacher Learning Co-op (TLC) Project Reports
TLC uses a problem-based learning model, supported by the Ontario Ministry of Education and the Ontario Teacher Federation. It has two areas of focus: using information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance teaching and learning and enhancing teaching and learning, in Mathematics. Projects focus on: creating math resources; developing strategies for using iPads in the classroom; developing resources for bringing manipulatives into the Grade 8 classroom; or developing strategies and resources for using information and communication technologies in Social Sciences.
Teaching Student-Centred Math: The Three-Part Lesson (OECTA)
This Collaborative Learning Community (CLC) project includes a video and six lesson plans designed to assit teachers of blended Grade 6 and 7 classrooms incorporate the two sets of expectations into their mathematics lessons.