Learning Mathematics: It's Relational

***Early-bird registration ends Sept. 30th***

OCTOBER 20, 2023

Registration is now open! Click below to visit the conference website for the latest information on speakers and workshops, and to get an early-bird discount rate.

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Upcoming Events

BCAMT Listens Fall 2023

Wednesday, October 4, 2023 > 4:30 - 5:30pm

Join hosts Jess Kyle, Kevin Dent, and Darcy House on October 4th from 4:30 – 5:30 pm for the first 2023/2024 BCAMT Listens event in conversation around the ideas shared by Peter Liljedhal from Episode 38 of the #educrush podcast “Disruption, Storytelling, and Values in a Thinking Classroom

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Fall Conference 2023

Friday, October 20 - Guildford Park Secondary, Surrey

We are excited to be meeting in person for our Fall Conference which will take place in Surrey, BC (Guildford Park Secondary) on October 20, 2023. Our theme is Learning Mathematics: It’s Relational! We are also offering a virtual option for those who are unable to travel to Surrey. 

The theme of this year’s conference is Learning Mathematics: It’s Relational! 

Registration is now open! Visit the conference website for the latest information on speakers and workshops, and to get an early-bird discount rate.

BCAMT Reads Fall 2023

Wednesday, November 8, 2023 - 7:00pm

Join hosts Sean Chorney and Susan Robinson for a virtual discussion of Anne Watson’s book, Raising Achievement in Secondary Mathematics.

Anne Watson presents a provocative perspective in her book and argues, for example, that simplifying mathematical questions for previously low achieving students runs counter to the learning of mathematics. She provides empirical evidence and strong argumentation of how mathematics can be taught more equitably and authentically and provides suggestions as to how to support previously low achieving students.”

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A Zoom link will be sent the day before the meeting. 

There are lots of secondhand copies of this book available online through Abebooks (if you want to avoid Amazon).

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