We have been working with math, coding and making in Ontario classrooms and in teacher professional learning settings for over 6 years.
We are excited to share these resources with you.
MATH + CODING + MAKING 1-8 LESSONS
TEACHER LICENCE = $9
SCHOOL LICENCE = $29
With a $9 teacher licence or a $29 school licence, you will receive the following UNDERSTANDING MATH + CODING + MAKING resources + all updates until June 2021.
- Math + Coding
- Math + Making
- Math + Coding Puzzles
DISTRICT-WIDE LICENCE also available at $19/school: please contact Nadine Weedmark at email@example.com.
You may copy/share this material for your personal teaching with your grades 1-8 students in classroom and in online/distance settings.
Teacher Licence ($9). If you are a grades 1-8 classroom teacher and have purchased this resource from learnx.ca, you may use it in your grades 1-8 classroom teaching, including printing pages to meet your students’ learning needs and sharing the PDF with your students in distance/online learning. All other rights reserved.
School License ($29). Same as above, for all grade 1-8 teachers in the school.
District-wide License ($19/school): Same as above, for all schools in the district.
MATH + CODING: SELF-SERVE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
Designed to serve as a base lesson plan — a set of activities to select from and adapt — for diverse learning settings (f2f, hybrid, online, parents/children).
Although designed with the Ontario math curriculum in mind, these workshops would be of value to all educators interested in learning how to integrate math + coding. Based on our collection of math + coding lessons.
- Grades 1-2: geometric/motion patterns & rules; sequential & concurrent events
- Grades 3-4: shapes, angles, repeating patterns, variables; repeating & nested events
- Grades 5-6: algebraic expressions, inequalities; conditional statements
- Grades 7-8: linear/non-linear relationships; sub-programs, code efficiency, data analysis
MATH + CODING GUIDED ACTIVITIES, 1-8 & 6-10
From Western’s WORLDiscoveries. See more at https://mathsurprise.ca
Coding for Young Mathematicians, 1-8 & Modelling Math with Code, 6-10
- “I notice the students are engaged – not just engaged in that they are interested in the content, but engaged in real thinking.”
- “I liked that every student was being challenged, yet each student was experiencing success and wanted to keep going”.
- “They came back in for recess and right away got back to testing out their programs and showing one another what they made with their code”.
- “I like that we aren’t getting lost with the coding, and are focusing on developing understanding of the math”.
- “It really does help me see the math in a different way”.
- “It integrates with math very clearly – it doesn’t feel forced”.
- “I found myself noticing things that I wasn’t expecting”.
- “This makes me want to try more of these activities”.