||Sep 26, 2022 – Dec 02, 2022
||Sep 23, 2022
||Nov 07, 2022 – Feb 10, 2023
||Nov 04, 2022
||Jan 23, 2023 – Apr 07, 2023
||Jan 20, 2023
- Dates: Sep 26, 2022 – Dec 02, 2022
- Deadline: Sep 23, 2022
- Status: Open
- Dates: Nov 07, 2022 – Feb 10, 2023
- Deadline: Nov 04, 2022
- Status: Open
- Dates: Jan 23, 2023 – Apr 07, 2023
- Deadline: Jan 20, 2023
- Status: Open
Registration will remain open until 4pm EST on the posted registration deadline date.
Whether you are new to teaching mathematics or an experienced teacher, mathematics pedagogy can be challenging. As our students evolve, so must our practice. How do we reach all the students in such diverse classrooms? Which strategies can we use to improve conceptual knowledge and motivate our students to communicate with others and take risks in their learning? Today, with a plethora of research at our fingertips, we know better ways to help our students become proficient in mathematics and be enthusiastic about learning. We can improve student attitudes and lessen math anxiety. We also know there are approaches and resources that will inspire us to transform our love for teaching.
In Teaching Mathematics in BC Elementary Schools, you will re-energize your educational practice by exploring ways to create diverse, motivating learning opportunities for you and your students in any educational setting.
In this course, you’ll have the opportunity to
- recognize how current mathematics education perspectives affect the teaching, learning and assessment in the classroom and school environment
- promote reasoning and problem solving through purposeful questioning to facilitate meaningful mathematical discourse that moves students toward a shared understanding of mathematics
- transform educational practices to honour the diverse student needs and to create an inclusive, culturally responsive learning environment
- elicit evidence of student thinking using a variety of assessment tools to inform teaching and learning, encourage student reflection and build student metacognitive skills
- examine how the affective domain and social-emotional learning affect student attitudes, motivation and active involvement in developing an understanding of mathematics
- engage mathematical thinking through various strategies, representations and contexts to develop student sensemaking, reasoning and perseverance
Courses and Post-Graduate Certificates are approved by TQS for Category Upgrade. If you would like these courses to be used towards Category Upgrading, you must have a valid BC Teacher Certificate.
ECEs, EAs, and other education professionals are welcome to take the courses without Certification.
All resources available online.
Applicants who require accommodations for a specific learning need (e.g., learning disability) within their AQ/ABQ course, should click here for further information and support.
Have a question? Contact us!
If you drop a course:
- by the midpoint of the course, you will receive 100% of your course fee.
- after the midpoint, before the end of the course, you will receive 50% of your course fee.
||100% Refund Deadline
||50% Refund Deadline
|Late Summer 2022||Sep 02, 2022||Sep 30, 2022|
|Fall 2022||Oct 28, 2022||Dec 02, 2022|
|Fall/Winter 2022||Dec 23, 2022||Feb 10, 2023|
|Winter 2023||Feb 24, 2023||Apr 07, 2023|
|Late Winter 2023||Mar 17, 2023||Apr 21, 2023|
Late Summer 2022
- 100% Refund Deadline: Sep 02, 2022
- 50% Refund Deadline: Sep 30, 2022
- 100% Refund Deadline: Oct 28, 2022
- 50% Refund Deadline: Dec 02, 2022
- 100% Refund Deadline: Dec 23, 2022
- 50% Refund Deadline: Feb 10, 2023
- 100% Refund Deadline: Feb 24, 2023
- 50% Refund Deadline: Apr 07, 2023
Late Winter 2023
- 100% Refund Deadline: Mar 17, 2023
- 50% Refund Deadline: Apr 21, 2023
For more about our refund policies, visit our Fees & Refunds page.