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Friday, October 25 • 13:15 - 14:30
From Patterns to Linear Expressions in Storied Indigenous Context

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In this hands-on workshop we will share a cross-curricular, cross-grade unit that takes learners from simple patterning in late primary and moves them forward on a mathematical journey where they will encounter stories and songs that incorporate Indigenous languages, oral histories, supernatural creatures, cedar weaving and, eventually, a concrete comprehension of linear expressions and algebraic understanding at the early secondary level. This unit was developed in collaboration with local Indigenous knowledge holders, literature, oral histories, art and design. Take home lesson plans, weave with faux cedar, and gather great new ideas!

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Tannis Calder

Curriculum Specialist Teacher (Math/AbEd), SD52 (Prince Rupert)
Tannis Calder is teacher and curriculum developer passionate about finding ways to make education meaningful to students through place and culture-based practices and greater understanding through imaginative Development. Tannis Is currently working as a Curriculum Specialist Teacher... Read More →


Friday October 25, 2019 13:15 - 14:30
A103