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PD Webinar Organized by the Indigenous Knowledge CoP: June 8, 9:30am - 12pm - Shared screen with speaker view
Sameena Rehman
47:23
same
LAUREN Smart
47:36
I believe you can only have 50 on a Jamboard
Jodie Williams 2.0
49:06
Here are two links to the question Jamboards
Jodie Williams 2.0
49:13
Jamboard 1 : https://jamboard.google.com/d/1I03uylAKbilAea1gr1NOqZP3LQBRdItY-T_59colRpU/edit?usp=sharing
Jodie Williams 2.0
49:37
Jamboard 2:
Jodie Williams 2.0
49:43
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1UKw70TAspNCaFNd84usWol9DgSzePt0TFIh3b0jEzMk/edit?usp=sharing
Jodie Williams 2.0
51:28
The jamboards are there if you want to ask a question that you don't feel comfortable asking in the chat. :) They will also remain open so if you have a question post session you can share it there as well.
Frances Agro
01:03:09
Well said Wilfred.
Ashley Kozak
01:20:30
lots of white men
Anne-Renée Schubert
01:20:31
White men!
Nicole Pigeau
01:20:31
old white dudes
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
01:20:32
Very tiny to see, but lots of white ol' boys!
Audrey MacDonald
01:20:33
all Europea
Eric Frampton
01:20:33
Representation of Europeans
Andrea Turchet
01:20:35
One colour - Western Mathematicians
Erik Teather
01:20:35
Lots of purple
Christine Vanderwal
01:20:36
white men
JENNIFER NG
01:20:38
men
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:20:42
As many of you work at a system level supporting educators, consider what are the ways that we can challenge the systemic structures and provide educators with the confidence to try new approaches and push back to the status quo approaches we have "learned" to be the "way" we should teach
Shoba John
01:20:57
Attributed to one person as opposed to a collective group
Amy Beauchamp
01:21:02
Predominantly European white men
Frances Agro
01:21:03
Eurocentric names
Stephanie Briggs (HDSB)
01:21:22
When "time" started
James Shillinglaw
01:21:41
similar to discoveries in chemistry and physics areas! with majority of individuals from Europe
Laura Lee
01:21:46
fibbonaci
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:21:57
very true James
Rosanna Mortillaro (TCDSB)
01:22:07
Groups like Incan and Aztec get recognition only in the far past... whereas modern developments are attributed to individuals from dominat western culture
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:23:47
Very true Rosanna … there is an apparent severing of the knowledge of the past
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:25:58
and even our approach to learning - it is as Wilfred and Sandra pointed out, compartmentalized and many times we don't allow students to see and appreciate the connection between concepts - we miss the relational connections between things
Rosanna Mortillaro (TCDSB)
01:26:07
This upholds the myth that indigenous cultures are primitive and advancements in culture/knowledge were only possible because of interventions/advancements from western culture and people
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:26:25
a belief that if the knowledge doesn't look the same it must be less than
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:27:30
Very true Rosaana. Yet it was indigenous knowledge and technology that allowed the Europeans to be able to survive
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:32:22
Many of you who have been in the work for a while might be making the connection to the work that we have been trying to do for so long in supporting mathematics teaching and learning. It is like we have been trying to catch up to what indigenous knowledge and pedagogy has always been
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:52:12
contrast that wholistic approach to the way that math is traditionally taught in classrooms … isolated as a single topic, abstractly, without connections, without inquiry …
Jodie Williams 2.0
01:56:39
slope, angles, geometry, measurement ….
Frances Agro
01:56:53
Simply brilliant. And it makes storytelling so vital.
Dragana Martinovic
01:58:35
We will be back at 11am. We are having a short break now!
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:08:00
any questions from the first part ?
Andrea Turchet
02:15:14
Test achievement
Carolyn Mussio
02:15:17
speed
Shoba John
02:15:20
Written down
Christine Vanderwal
02:15:23
memorization
Eric Frampton
02:15:24
Arriving at a correct answer efficiently
Diane Levesque-Raymond
02:15:25
participation
Tamara Phillips
02:15:26
Unit by unit
Kate Craig
02:15:28
correctness
Andrea Turchet
02:15:29
In isolation
Gerry Lewis
02:15:36
Compliance
Audrey MacDonald
02:15:37
memorization
JENNIFER NG
02:15:38
in strands
Catherine Ionno-Dias
02:15:44
conceptual understanding
Ashley Kozak
02:15:45
knowing the solution, memorizing facts
Carolyn Mussio
02:15:46
memorizing definitions
Anne Brown
02:15:48
procedure
viviane Valentim
02:15:48
right answer
Laura Lee
02:15:50
right answer, speed, without help
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:16:01
Product-based
Karly Baker
02:16:17
triangulation (Observe, discussion, product)
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:18:48
triangle
Gerry Lewis
02:18:48
triangle
Ashley Kozak
02:18:48
triangle
Vicki Parry
02:18:49
tringle
Anne Brown
02:18:49
triangle
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:19:00
three angles
Gerry Lewis
02:19:01
3-sides
Karyn Hepburn
02:19:01
three sides
Earl Totten
02:19:02
3 sides
Anne Brown
02:19:04
three sides
Maria Riverso
02:19:05
3 sides
Eric Frampton
02:19:06
3 sides 3 angles
Vicki Parry
02:19:06
it has 3 vertices and sides
Ashley Kozak
02:19:07
3 sides, 3 vertices
Anne Brown
02:19:10
angles inside measure to 180
viviane Valentim
02:19:13
3 sides
Lauren Morrison
02:22:35
pop can
Laura Lee
02:22:46
sticky note
Andrea Turchet
02:22:47
Notepad
JENNIFER NG
02:22:47
pencil
Eric Frampton
02:22:50
Cell phone
Diane Levesque-Raymond
02:22:55
computer battery
Anne Brown
02:23:41
water bottle
Jackie Decker (she/her)
02:23:48
coffee mug
Karyn Hepburn
02:23:51
2 mugs
Andrea Turchet
02:23:51
My cup of tea
Amy Beauchamp
02:23:52
hand sanitizer
Lauren Morrison
02:24:02
flower pot
Eric Frampton
02:24:02
Tupperware container
Jackie Decker (she/her)
02:24:51
10 mL of water
Andrea Turchet
02:24:52
Not a clue!
Laura Lee
02:24:54
deck of cards?
Carolyn Mussio
02:24:54
10 raisins. lol
Gerry Lewis
02:25:03
a few napkins
Anne-Renée Schubert
02:25:05
half a kiwi??
Frances Agro
02:25:08
2 tbsps. of salt?
Kit Luce (she/her)
02:25:13
spoonful of rice
Sarah Farrar
02:25:14
a mini box of smarties (minus the box)
James Shillinglaw
02:25:33
a coin --> quarter?
Ashley Kozak
02:25:40
very true!
Anne Brown
02:26:39
a sticky note pad?
Anne-Renée Schubert
02:27:02
yes
Frances Agro
02:27:04
large postage stamp
Anne Brown
02:27:16
I visualized something that would be 8cm by 10cm
Laura Lee
02:27:25
me too
Vicki Parry
02:27:25
reverted back to linear measurement
Jackie Decker (she/her)
02:27:26
we had fewer benchmarks
Erik Teather
02:27:36
almost a 100 block
Kelsey White
02:27:37
I just found square root of 80...
Bart Vanslack
02:28:34
forces you to make meaning out of the measurements instead of merely calculating it
Frances Agro
02:28:58
think time is so important and often interrupted by the acceptance of the first answer that students blurt out
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:29:17
It offers them some good logic rather than just figuring out arbitrary numbers/formulas
Anne Brown
02:29:46
and students process information differently, at different speeds, so we need to ensure all learners have the same opportunity to respond
Erik Teather
02:29:52
harder to measure mass and time because you can't 'see' it in the same way as length and area
Vicki Parry
02:29:54
really has you reflect upon why we are focusing on some concepts over others-what determines this? Our own past experiences?
Bart Vanslack
02:30:35
learn how to 'play the game' instead for actually learning about the concepts/skills
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:30:46
I agree with Vicki. I think it's easy to default to the ways we were taught. It takes a conscious effort to do something different that's unfamiliar
Sue St. Marseille
02:30:49
Which One Doesn't Belong helps this bias!
Karyn Hepburn
02:31:15
Yes
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:31:17
Yes, can hear you
Catherine Ionno-Dias
02:31:17
I hear you
Frances Agro
02:31:17
Yes
Anne Brown
02:31:18
yes4
Ashley Kozak
02:31:18
we can hear you
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:33:21
they experienced the shapes as opposed to memorized them
Ashley Kozak
02:33:55
yes, experiences!
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:36:04
and its that decade that messes up kids … vs ten ones, ten twos
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:37:50
vs kids just thinking pi is 3.14 as opposed to what it experientially means … again it requires time and we have to learn to be ok with that
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:39:11
its not just the knowing of the how to but also the why and when to do
Anne-Renée Schubert
02:51:46
Love that!
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:52:12
circumference … the size of hug
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:53:11
and that idea of learning outside doesn't mean simply moving the desk to the out doors but rather it is learning with nature
Kastose:rakeron
02:54:42
To us, land is our first teacher. This is where Indigenous knowledge has derived from and continues to grow.
Jodie Williams 2.0
02:56:29
the power of observation
Jenn Wroe
02:56:32
What a beautiful moment Sandra
Christine Vanderwal
02:56:54
Amazing - love the sound of kids laughter in the background. you are inspiring!
Andrea Turchet
02:57:29
Yes, thanks for sharing and thanks for letting us hear that laughter!
Ashley Kozak
02:58:12
I think for me, it will be figuring out how to work with teachers and support how they can create experiences in learning math.
Frances Agro
02:58:39
Excellent question
Anne-Renée Schubert
02:59:03
I love the concept of "relationship". We need to get students outside with nature! I participated in a webinar a few weeks ago and the facilitator said: How can we expect the next generation to take care of nature if they don't even "Know" nature?
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
02:59:26
Teachers totally need that (the experience themselves).
Frances Agro
02:59:55
I think many teachers resist because they are not sure of the math themselves, so have a hard time conceptualizing it.
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
03:00:15
We are trying to do less "sit'n'git" PD sessions and move to more experiential ones. I think it's making a positive shift!
Jodie Williams
03:00:55
I agree! Although the irony is that we are doing a sit n git right now LOL
Jodie Williams 2.0
03:01:10
thanks covid
Tajalli Barfoot BWDSB
03:01:33
Haha yes, well sometimes it is needed and there is only so much you can do with screens!
Jodie Williams 2.0
03:04:43
I think to it is about working at creating some changes within the system so that the approach isn't seen as such a drastic opposition to what the systemic structures are (e.g. mark collection, reporting etc.)
Frances Agro
03:06:13
I love that Sandra. Thank you.
Lindsey Zarate
03:06:23
Thanks so much
Mélanie Verville
03:06:46
Thanks
Eric Frampton
03:06:54
Migwitch
Dragana Martinovic
03:06:57
Thank you to our presenters and participants! We will be back tomorrow morning. Please use the same Zoom link to connect.
Deb Knox
03:06:59
Thank you very much
Kastose:rakeron
03:07:06
Kevin maybe repost the link to the jamboard
Alison Macaulay
03:07:12
Thank you!
Ashley Kozak
03:07:13
Thank you!!
Erik Teather
03:07:14
Thank you. So much to think about. Looking forward to tomorrow
Vicki Parry
03:07:16
Thank you so much! Looking forward to tomorrow's learning. Wishing you all a wonderful day! :)
Christine Vanderwal
03:07:16
Thank-you so much - a wonderful session - looking forward to tomorrow.
Chantal Buteau
03:07:20
Thank you for such a great session. Looking forward to hearing more tomorrow!
Maria Riverso
03:07:22
Thank you for your time everyone. See you again tomorrow.
Marilu Deal
03:07:24
Thank you.
Jeff Martin
03:07:26
Thank you very much
Lauren Morrison
03:07:26
thank-you
Gioia Commisso-De Clark
03:07:29
Thanks so much! Enjoy your day!
Zachary Pedersen
03:07:31
Thank you so much!
Gerry Lewis
03:07:31
🥳
Andrea Turchet
03:07:31
Thank you and really looking forward to tomorrow!
Sameena Rehman
03:07:32
thank you
Jodie Williams 2.0
03:07:32
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1I03uylAKbilAea1gr1NOqZP3LQBRdItY-T_59colRpU/edit?usp=sharing
Kelsey White
03:07:33
thanks so much - lookingforward to tomorrow
Carolyn Mussio
03:07:33
Thank you so much. Such great learning.
Amy Beauchamp
03:07:33
Miigwetch for a wonderful morning!
Jenn Wroe
03:07:33
This was energizing! Thank you so much. Looking forward to tomorrow.
Audrey MacDonald
03:07:34
Thank you.
Tanya Kroocmo
03:07:35
Thank you!
Anne-Renée Schubert
03:07:35
Thank you!
Maxine Highet
03:07:37
Thank you
Lisa Minnie
03:07:37
Thank you so much for a great session! Looking forward to tomorrow's learning!
Pricia Evans
03:07:38
thank you
Earl Totten
03:07:39
Thank you so much - enjoyed every moment!!!
Erika Skowronnek (CscMonAvenir)
03:07:40
Marsi beaucoup !
isabel araujo
03:07:41
Than you!
Christina Kwong
03:07:43
Thank you!
Frances Agro
03:07:43
thanks you. really enjoyed the morning.
Mirella De Vellis
03:07:48
Thank you :)
Arielle Figov
03:07:53
Thank you!