British Columbia Association of Math Teachers: A Provincial Specialist Association of the BC Teachers' Federation



The Benchmark of One Half

Where does 5 go?  Show a number line with 0 and 10 and no intervals to investigate concepts of: equality, magnitude, sequencing, number knowledge and reasoning. Materials: number line with 0 and 10 Clothes peg Bus or car “The class… Continue Reading →

EARN IT! by Cinders McLeod

Big Ideas around Earning Money: Objects – and work – have value We can trade money for objects or for work Some things have more value that others We can earn money in different ways We can choose how we… Continue Reading →

BCAMT New Teacher’s Conference

Register for the New Teachers’ Conference 2018 Shifting Perspectives: January 27, 2018

Jo Boaler February 2018

Jo Boaler Feb 2018 – Registration Closed: Sold out When:  February 23, 2018, 8:30 to 3:00 Where:  Sheraton Airport Vancouver: 7555 Westminster Highway, Richmond BCAMT welcomes Jo Boaler, the world-renowned Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University and co-founder of… Continue Reading →

Updated Curriculum Drafts

The revised curriculum drafts as of June 2017 for Grade 10-12 Workplace / Apprenticeship, Foundations and Pre-calculus Math courses are now available here.

Questions Worth Asking about Assessment now for sale

To order a copy of the BCAMT’s collection of stories on assessment, please go to www.bcamt.ca/questions

Basic Number Facts

Children learn mathematics to help them make better sense of the world around them, and to develop skills necessary in their lives. Part of this is achieving computational fluency with basic multiplication and addition facts. The BCAMT has produced a… Continue Reading →

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