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Home / Instruction & Assessment / Numeracy / Numeracy Planning

Numeracy

To visualize and predict - To play with number - To explore and solve problems - To connect to the word around us

Math Indicators of Proficiency

Having clear indicators of proficiency for each curricular content area is very valuable. We have built on the rich work of Janice Novakowski from the Richmond School District by adding examples of learning activities and resources, both online and from books available in your school so you can see it in action.

Our goal was to highlight practices focusing on collaborative exploration and flexible thinking.

Getting Started…

The documents available are in draft form and will continue to be revised and enriched in 2022-2023. More grades will also become available early in the school year, but in the meantime, pick a grade close to yours to access useful resources.

If you have some suggestions, comments or questions, please contact thelearningline@sd68.bc.ca.

Lesson Planning Ideas

What could your lesson look like?  Are you looking for a structure that allows you to integrate rich instructional routines that naturally differentiate and help students develop their core and curricular competencies?  The following lesson structure is just one example of how this can be done. 

 

What Could a Lesson Look Like?