How are you assessing your students? What tech tools do you use? How do you structure your lessons and units? What are the routines that encourage learning? Read my selected posts about these ideas and more.
Join myself, Kyle Pearce and Stephen Hurley as we discuss how to create Math Moments That Matter in our classrooms.
I’m a high school math teacher at John McGregor Secondary School in the Lambton-Kent District School Board in Ontario Canada. When not teaching my students and spending time with my family I lead workshops and presentations on teaching pedagogy in the math classroom. As an Apple Distinguished Educator and Desmos Fellow I routinely talk about implementing technology and great teaching strategies in my classroom. Lately I’ve been excited about promoting struggle in my students and teaching them about resilience while problem solving. I live in Tilbury Ontario Canada with my wife and three daughters.
If you’re wondering about my qualifications, I’ve been fortunate to:
Enjoy over 14 years of teaching math at the middle school and high school level;
Train thousands of teachers across the world through keynote presentations and hands-on workshops;
Be published in Mathematics Teacher, Apple iTunes U, Apple iBooks;
Consult with numerous EdTech companies on math education;
Author Math Before Bed, a children’s book on building communication around number sense; and,
Earn my Bachelors of Mathematics from the Univeristy of Waterloo (2004) and my Bachelors of Education from Queens University.