What you may have missed
Here we are, 2017 is very close! But before we start the New Year, let’s take a quick look at what happened this month on our social media.
Getting to grips with fractions: Netmath expert Simon Lavallée presents the excellent ideas of teacher Valérie Lebel
Simon, our Netmath expert and e-learning specialist, has set out to find the best ways to introduce your students to fractions. It is to Valérie Lebel, a teacher not lacking in imagination, that he owes the discovery of three, easy to implement, class activities. The first activity deals with fraction sense and he explains the approach on our blog. As for the other two, you will have to wait until we’re back to school!
Teaching fractions is not an easy task. To help you, our Netmath expert, Simon Lavallée, has set out to uncover the best…
Heading towards 2017 with The Global Math Project on the horizon!
The year is coming to an end but 2017 promises great moments in the world of mathematics! In October 2017, the first Global Math Week will be organized as part of the Global Math Project in collaboration with Scolab. A major event not to be missed!
2016 is coming to an end, but we guarantee you that 2017 will be awesome! And for good reason, the very first Global…
And our stars of the month are…
Larissa, French Imm Teacher TDSB and Google Certified Educator & Innovator, and Matthew, K-12 Mathematics & Science Department Coordinator ! We thank you both for recommending Netmath to help students!
— Larissa Aradj, OCT (@MrsGeekChic) December 17, 2016
— Matthew Beyranevand (@Dr_Beyranevand) December 2, 2016
And James Tanton! We are so thrilled to work with you on this amazing project that is The Global Math Project!
— James Tanton (@jamestanton) December 2, 2016
Finally, here is the solution to Sonya’s latest Christmas challenge
An excellent end to the year to all! Stay connected, and we will catch up again on Netmath in 2017.