Second year Master of Arts in Child Study and Education (MA CSE) teacher candidates in Zack Hawes’ math class presented their final Mathematics Inquiry Projects at the Robertson Program’s 5th bi-annual mini math inquiry conference.
Hosted by The Robertson Program at the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, we welcomed teachers, principals and professors from across Toronto and York Region for a morning of math learning. These educators took part in six 18-minute interactive math workshops (see topics below), allowing students to authentically disseminate their work and inspire educators in the field. In addition, students received helpful feedback from practicing educators about ways to adapt their ideas to different contexts. This iterative process of teaching and learning encouraged students and educators to connect and learn together.
You can read the handouts for each project below and access handouts from previous years on our Exploring math concepts through an inquiry lens page.
We appreciate and thank everyone who attended this conference. A special thank you to all second-year MA CSE teacher candidates who worked tirelessly researching and passionately designing workshops to better the education for all children.