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The OAME Talks podcast is a brief discussion with some of the presenters from our annual Mathematics conference.

OAME Talks David Petro, An OAME Past President

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The OAME Talks podcast is a brief discussion with some of the presenters from our annual Mathematics conference.

    Talk 26: Lisa Anne Floyd

    Talk 26: Lisa Anne Floyd

    Summary : Join Lisa Anne as she shares ideas and inspiration to help junior and intermediate (grades 4-8) teachers incorporate the Coding Skills from the new Ontario 1-8 Mathematics Curriculum (2020) into their practice. Sample applications and resources that incorporate multiple math strands will be highlighted.
    Podcast Notes: Recorded Sept 2021- Lisa Anne is currently on maternity leave but will be returning to the TVDSB as the gr 9-12 math learning coordinator and Tweets at @LisaAnneFloyd. TVO's Coding in the Classroom Resource can be found here.
    More info and to find out how to register for Lisa Anne’s webinar on Sept 13th, 2021, can be found at https://talks.oame.on.ca/season-4

    • 20 min
    Talk 25: Coding in the Classroom Sept. 2021

    Talk 25: Coding in the Classroom Sept. 2021

    Summary : This is our first companion podcast to the new Coding in the Classroom column of the OAME Gazette. Hosts Iain Brodie and Beyza Sezer interview teacher-librarian Pekka Reinio. OAME members can see the full column in the September 2021 issue of the Gazette.
    Podcast Notes: Recorded Spring 2021 Links mentioned in the podcast include the Makecode Arcade and Pekka's YouTube Channel. Iain has been an elementary school educator for 28 years, and is now into a second career, teaching in-service and preservice teachers. He teaches face-to-face at Ontario Tech University and virtually at Western University. He Tweets at @IainBro. Beyza is a former teacher and long-term researcher. She is currently a graduate student in education at Western University, and her research focus is the integration of computational thinking into mathematics education. Both are editors of the Math+Code ‘Zine. Pekka is a teacher-librarian in the Simcoe County District School Board. He Tweets at @PekkaReinio.
    More info can be found at https://talks.oame.on.ca/season-4

    • 31 min
    Talk 24: Jason To

    Talk 24: Jason To

    Summary : This session will highlight several concrete pedagogical practices for developing more equitable learning spaces in a new destreamed environment using Rochelle Gutierrez's four dimensions of equitable math education. As politics of power and privilege are inextricably connected to policy shifts that address equity, this session will also touch upon those dynamics as they relate to math programming and suggest possible responses. This session will be geared towards math leaders (department heads, school administrators, instructional coaches, etc.) who will play important roles to ensure that destreaming math addresses societal inequities as intended.
    Podcast Notes: Recorded Aug 2021 Jason is the Coordinator for Secondary Math and Academic Pathways with the Toronto District School Board and Tweets at @Jason_To. Jason's video on the History of Streaming in Ontario can be found .
    More info and to find out how to register for Jason’s webinar on Sept 8th, 2021, can be found at https://talks.oame.on.ca/season-4

    • 26 min
    Talk 23: OAME 2021 Preview #3

    Talk 23: OAME 2021 Preview #3

    Summary : This is the last of three bonus episodes with some of the featured and keynote speakers from the OAME2021 virtual conference in May. In the previous two episodes we heard a little about each of them and a brief preview of each of their sessions. On this episode we asked them to talk about what they thought was working well with online learning. We'll hear from Robert Q. Berry, Kyle Pearce, Chris Suurtamm, Gail Burrill, Marian Small, Graham Fletcher, Lisa Lunney Borden, Ron Lancaster, Dan Meyer and Jon Orr. More info about the conference can be found at oame2021.ca.
    Podcast Notes: Dec 2020-Feb 2021 Robert is an associate dean and a professor at the University of Virginia and Tweets at @RobertQBerry. Jon Tweets at @MrOrr_Geek and Kyle Tweets at @MathletePearce and their resources can be found at makemathmoments.com. Chris is faculty at the University of Ottawa and Tweets at @Pi_Lab. Gail is a professor at Michigan State University and Tweets at @GailBurril. Marian is an independent consultant who has created many resource to further math education. She can be found at www.onetwoinfinity.ca and Tweets at @Marian_Small. Graham is an independent educational consultant from Atlanta. He Tweets at @GFletchy and his resources are found at gfletchy.com. Lisa is a professor at St. Francis Xavier University and her work can be found on her site http://showmeyourmath.ca/ and is on Twitter at @LLB_315. Ron is a professor at OISE. Dan is a former teacher and now leads the teaching team at Desmos. He blogs at blog.mrmeyer.com and Tweets at @ddmeyer.

    • 21 min
    Talk 22: OAME 2021 Preview #2

    Talk 22: OAME 2021 Preview #2

    Summary : In this episode we hear from some of the OAME 2021 featured and keynote speakers. This year the OAME conference is virtual again but the lineup of speakers is great. On this episode we'll hear from featured speakers Graham Fletcher, Jon Orr, Kyle Pearce and Lisa Lunney Borden as well as keynote speaker Robert Q. Berry. We'll hear a bit about who they are and brief descriptions about their sessions. Next week we'll hear from all of the guests from these preview episodes one more time as they talk about what they think is working well with online learning. More info about the conference can be found at oame2021.ca.
    Podcast notes: Recorded Jan-Feb 2021 Graham is an independent educational consultant from Atlanta. He Tweets at @GFletchy and his resources are found at gfletchy.com. Jon Tweets at @MrOrr_Geek and Kyle Tweets at @MathletePearce and their resources can be found at makemathmoments.com. Lisa is a professor at St. Francis Xavier University and her work can be found on her site http://showmeyourmath.ca/ and is on Twitter at @LLB_315. Robert is an associate dean and a professor at the University of Virginia and Tweets at @RobertQBerry.

    • 36 min
    Talk 21: OAME 2021 Preview #1

    Talk 21: OAME 2021 Preview #1

    Summary : In this episode we hear from some of the OAME 2021 featured and keynote speakers. This year the OAME conference is virtual again but the line up of speakers is great. On this episode we'll hear from featured speakers Ron Lancaster, Chris Suurtamm, Gail Burrill and Marian Small as well as keynote speaker Dan Meyer. We'll hear a bit about who they are and brief descriptions about their sessions. Next week we'll hear from more of our featured and keynote speakers
    Podcast notes: Recorded Dec 2020-Jan 2021 Ron is a professor at OISE, Chris is faculty at the University of Ottawa and Tweets at @Pi_Lab, Gail is a professor at Michigan State University and Tweets at @GailBurril, Marian is an independent consultant who has created many resource to further math education. She can be found at www.onetwoinfinity.ca and Tweets at @Marian_Small and Dan is a former teacher and now leads the teaching team at Desmos. He blogs at blog.mrmeyer.com/ and Tweets at @ddmeyer.

    • 31 min

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