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TRAINING SESSION DOCUMENTS

ELEMENTARY

A collection of questions received by MEES on the mathematics programs and the progression of learning in mathematics, as well as on their implementation

Tables detailing the progression of learning (harmonization of elementary cycles) for each branch of mathematics:

Arithmetic

Geometry

Measurement

Probability

Statistics

Harmonization of Cycles: Companion Document (September 2011)

Documents on teaching probability (program elements, tools, references):

Instructional suggestions ‒ teaching probability

Article by France Caron on probability (French only)

Documents presented at the meeting on the Progression of Learning in Elementary School – Mathematics in the fall of 2009:

Companion document

Competencies and branches of mathematics (diagram)

Intradisciplinary links (diagram)

Examples of actions associated with the development of spatial sense and geometric thought:

Spatial sense and geometry

A document exploring ways to teach the competency Solves a situational problem (program elements, tools, references, etc.):

Instructional suggestions – Solves a situational problem (Elementary Cycle One)

SECONDARY

A collection of questions received by MEES on the mathematics programs and the progression of learning in mathematics, as well as on their implementation.

A diagram illustrating the various intradisciplinary links to be considered in constructing mathematical knowledge:

Intradisciplinary links

This document reviews the main elements associated with matrices and matrix operations as well as a few examples of their application.

Matrices

A document on the teaching of percentages:

Percentages

A document on the teaching of proportionality:

Understanding proportionality

Examples of actions associated with the development of spatial sense and geometric thought:

Spatial sense and geometry

Instructional suggestions on how to teach the use of statistical tools to analyze and make decisions concerning one-variable distributions:

Statistics

Standard unit circle, significant segments, and the sum and difference of two angles:

Trigonometry

Types of reasoning to be employed in applying the competency Uses mathematical reasoning:

Types of reasoning

Documents presented at the information session on the updated version of the CST option for Secondary IV in April 2015:

Presentation

Changes to the way properties of functions are taught

Questions and answers