As part of Math Synergy Project stream, project teams will be exploring innovative ways to support numeracy.  As defined in the BC Ministry of Education document, numeracy is the ability to understand and apply mathematical concepts, processes, and skills to solve problems and make decisions in a variety of situations, including real-life scenarios.

Numeracy assessment looks at learning which has taken place throughout the student’s education, not only in mathematics, but across various subjects.

  • SD19 Columbia Park Middle School
    Math Problems are Everywhere!:  Deepen critical and communication skills to develop stronger number sense and problem-solving skills using technology 
  • SD33 McCammon Traditional School
    Storytelling in Math: Bring back joy in math learning through the art of storytelling 
  • SD39 Charles Dickens Elementary School
    There is Strength in Numbers: Connecting classroom learning to the community and the world using technology 
  • SD45 Bowen Island Community School 
    A Sense of Possibility: Nurturing Wonder, Curiosity and Joy in a Mathematics Classroom: Explore and explain math concepts visually, using specific math vocabulary across a range of areas in cross curricular projects 
  • SD50 Sk’aadgaa Naay Elementary School
    Math for Everyone – Mathematizing our School and Community: Approach math curriculum to connect to cultural practices and to find math in everyday activities on Haida Gwaii 
  • SD62 Sooke Elementary School
    Using Technology and Collaborative Provocations to Increase Students’ Ability to Use and Apply Numeracy in Their Everyday Lives : Develop students’ confidence in themselves as mathematicians and build their awareness of numeracy all around them by increasing their ability to apply, interpret and communicate their mathematical understanding through collaborative problem-solving provocations that utilized the principles of UDL across the curriculum 
  • SD62 Journey Middle School
    Bentwood Box: Exploring math in woodworking techniques and art design by the Coast Salish and Nuu-chah-nulth people during the design and construction of bentwood boxes.
  • SD71 Cumberland Community School 
    Mathematical Thinking (Sharing our Learning): Explore and show understanding of mathematical thinking and problem-solving skills for numerous scenarios n a variety of ways including real life scenarios by focusing on the development of core competency skills

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