Fall Conference 2020
What a fantastic, transforming day of presentations! The BCAMT Executive extends their gratitude to all involved for making our first ever virtual Fall Conference a truly memorable experience!
Beginning the day was Michael Pruner’s powerful keynote that reminded us of how things have changed in the last 40 years, where he encouraged us to “focus on the verbs more than the nouns” and to welcome disruption and pushback as positive signs of change. Oh, and Tom Sellek….
Following the keynote there were 21 wonderful presenters, spread throughout six Zoom rooms. These engaging, thought-provoking, inspiring presenters and their sessions were what made the day such a success. Thank you for your leadership.
The Executive would like to acknowledge the continued support of our many sponsors, and offer our thanks for their generous prizes. Prize winners can be found here. Congratulations!
Finally, a huge thank you to the 1100 attendees who came together to learn, discuss, and explore current and future transforming mathematics practice in BC. Remember, in the words of Michael Pruner, “Slow is the new fast.”
The slides from the keynote are available here: Michael Pruner Keynote
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Congratulations BCAMT Awards Recipients!
On behalf of the BCAMT Awards Committee and Executive, we would like to congratulate the 2020 recipients of our annual BCAMT Awards. These individuals demonstrate strength in professional learning, numeracy, teaching, curriculum, assessment practices, mentorship and innovative practices. Thank-you for all the work you do!
|Outstanding Elementary School Teacher||Tamara DeFord||Prince George District #57|
|Outstanding Middle School Teacher||Danita Stewart||Sooke School District #62|
|Outstanding Secondary School Teacher||Bhavna Bhathella||Langley School District #35|
|Ivan L. Johnson Memorial Award||Rebekaah Stenner||Mission School District #75|
|BCAMT Service Award||Sandra Ball||Retired from Surrey School District #36|
A Message for our Members
To our BCAMT members,
We have heard from many of you inquiring about our October conference plans. With health restrictions from Covid-19 continuing in the fall, and the implications it has on our school year, the BCAMT has begun looking at ways to ensure our conference continues.
Please know that BCAMT will be offering our professional development opportunities on the PSA day, October 23, 2020.
Check our conference website or join many teachers on the BCAMT listserv for updates.
Thank you for all the work you are doing to find innovative ways to teach mathematics.
BCAMT is on Pinterest
The BCAMT has started a Pinterest page to share out great math resources that we find online. Check it out!