The Rubik’s Cube Changed My Life: Shifting Assessment One Turn at a Time – Melissa Dean
In this presentation geared towards Grade 5 to 12 educators, we’ll explore the real reason our math classrooms still need a makeover: our assessment philosophy. I’ll start by sharing how I’ve built my inquiry math mathematics classroom around 5 pillars, and then transition to talking about the 5 attributes of inquiry-based assessment, all framed within the context of learning how to solve the Rubik’s Cube.
About Melissa Dean
I’m Melissa Dean, a mathematics educator working in Niverville Manitoba. I’ve been a teacher for 20 years, working in both Ontario and Manitoba, both as a classroom teacher, as well as a regional math consultant and mentor. I’m passionate about mathematics education and assessment practices, and I love sharing with and growing alongside my colleagues.
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