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Learning, Teaching and Assessment
Learning, Teaching and Assessment


Learning, Teaching and Assessment in mathematics reflects the interconnectedness of the Environment, the Learners and the Learning in a Compr​ehensive Math Program.



System Actions

  • Create resources to support educators in understanding and implementing a Comprehensive Math Program reflecting the interconnectedness of the Environment, the Learners and the Lear​ning
  • Design and provide mathematics learning opportunities focusing on curriculum expectations, math content, pedagogy and assessment

  • Promote professional learning by means of social media communities (e.g., on Twitter #YRDSBchat#YRDSBmath, etc.)
  • Create a school-based collaborative learning proposal process to honour local work and support the process with both financial and human resources


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School Actions

  • Deconstruct a Comprehensive Math Program to identify areas for professional learning related to the interconnectedness of the Environment, the Learners and the Learning

  • Unpack Ministry and YRDSB math resources in school teams to support a collaborative learning culture

  • Engage as a collaborative school team in professional math learning

  • Analyze student learning to develop lessons that address student interests as well as strengths and needs while developing a deeper understanding of curriculum and mathematical continuums
  • Participate in social media professional learning communities (e.g., on Twitter #YRDSBchat,#YRDSBmath, etc.)
  • Submit a school-based collaborative learning proposal


Classroom Actions

  • ​Implement a Comprehensive Math Program reflective of the interconnectedness of the Environment, the Learners and the Learning


      Create a safe, inclusive and responsive learning environment:

    • Set up collabor​ative work spaces
    • Promote positive dispositions towards mathematics and learning
    • Build a talk community​​​​      
​      Learners

      Build on learners’ interests and strengths to personalize learning experiences and respond to needs:

    • Ensure equitable access to learning
    • Use fair, transparent and equitable assessment practices in mathematics


       Use a variety of learning experiences to support problem solving:

    • Design opportunities where problem solving is central to learning mathematics
    • Responsively plan, assess and teach to impact student learning
    • Understand mathematical content knowledge for teaching to support student learning
    • ​​Engage in ongoing professional learning to inform pedagogy and assessment practices​​​​​​​​​​                                                            


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