2023 Make Math Moments Virtual Summit

Day 1  Friday Evening3 Lessons

Day 2  Saturday Morning8 Lessons

Accelerating Math Instruction: Giving All Learners Access to Grade Level Standards  Dr. Nicki Newton

Let's Talk About Talking  Pam Harris

Beyond the Test  Developing Equitable Assessment Practices  Lana Steiner

Teacher Content Knowledge: A Key Component to a Taskbased Approach  Yvette Lehman

Determining What Children Know: Dynamic versus Static Assessment  Ryan Dent and Catherine Fosnot

Descriptive, Actionable Feedback in Math Instruction: Insights and Tools for Studentsâ€™ SelfMonitoring their Growing Competencies  Rick Wormeli

Powerful Math Routines for All Learners  Michaela Epstein

Fraction sense: What is it and how do we develop it?  Julie McNamara

Accelerating Math Instruction: Giving All Learners Access to Grade Level Standards  Dr. Nicki Newton

Day 2  Saturday Afternoon8 Lessons

Invigorating High School Mathematics  Dr. Eric Milou

Make Math Intervention Moments: Elevating Expectations Of Our Students Who Struggle  Juliana Tapper

Sensemaking routines for â€¦ Coding?!  Mike Deutsch

Get Students Counting for Meaning: Developing Numbers Sense Through Conceptual Constructs  Lara Richardson

The Arc of Arithmetic to Algebra  Elizabeth Peyser

Communicating Math Progress With Parents  Crystal Frommert

The Rubik's Cube Changed My Life: Shifting Assessment One Turn at a Time  Melissa Dean

How To Teach Math In Kindergarten  Scarlett Orr

Invigorating High School Mathematics  Dr. Eric Milou

Day 3  Sunday Morning7 Lessons

What Matters Most In A Successful District Math Program  Jon Orr and Kyle Pearce

Uplifting Students By Uplifting Mathematics  Sunil Singh

Cultivating Mathematical Hearts: Culturally responsive teaching in Elementary Classrooms  Julia M. Aguirre

Empowering the Next Generation with a Positive Math Identity  Mona Iehl

Facilitating #MathPlay while Building Community and Increasing Student Engagement  Libo Valencia

5 Keys to Creating a Culturally Responsive Mathematics Classroom  Dr. Kristopher J. Childs and Tywana Fulford

Children's Books + Big Beautiful Problems = Engagement + Flow + Joy!  Alicia Burdess

What Matters Most In A Successful District Math Program  Jon Orr and Kyle Pearce

Day 3  Sunday Afternoon8 Lessons

Bringing ProjectBased Learning to Life in Mathematics  Maggie Lee McHugh

5 Essential Elements for Connecting Parents to the Math Classroom  Alison Fox Mazzola

Embracing the Powerful Role of Failure in Math Class  Vanessa Vakharia

Integrating Numeracy Beyond the Math Block  Kendra Jacobs

What does it mean to be good at mathematics?  Lidia Gonzalez

Expanding Access to Math Learning Success Through Music  Shaun Elder and Shelley MacDonald

Selfchecking Sheets  Steve Buch

Code Trip: Learning how to teach coding the Make Math Moments way  Paul Gilchrist

Bringing ProjectBased Learning to Life in Mathematics  Maggie Lee McHugh
Code Trip: Learning how to teach coding the Make Math Moments way – Paul Gilchrist
Participants will be taken through the Code Trip unit on the MMM website. They will be given some time to explore and complete projects on their own, and then will be shown one way to complete them. Participants will also be given tricks and tips on how to deliver effective coding lessons, while becoming more comfortable with coding themselves.
About Paul Gilchrist
K12 Program Consultant,Â HamiltonWentworth District School Board
Paul Gilchrist taught at all levels of the public education system in Japan for 13 years before becoming an elementary classroom teacher and Math Facilitator for the HamiltonWentworth District School Board. He is currently a K12 Program Consultant, working in schools to support students and teachers. Paul started coding with his students in 2015. It took a couple of years before he was teaching them, and not the other way around, but since then he has taught students from kindergarten to grade 10 how to code, as well as leading a variety of PD sessions for teachers to be able to become more comfortable with coding. He is currently focusing on crosscurricular coding so that students can learn other strands and subjects more deeply through coding.
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Code Trip: Learning how to teach coding the Make Math Moments way â€“ Discussion
Posted by Jon on November 13, 2023 at 9:53 amWhat was your big take away from this particular lesson?
What is something you are still wondering?
Share your thinking below.
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