From Mirror Mimes to Money Matters: Math on the Move in Saskatchewan

  • Date: 05/02/2013
Danielle Gomersall, Vanessa Halas, Kathleen Nolan, Emma Plummer, Alexandra Poetker, Christina Schmidt and Harley Weston, University of Regina



In this conference session, the two Faculty members initiating the project (Kathleen Nolan from the Faculty of Education and Harley Weston from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Regina) will provide the audience with an overview of Math on the Move and outline their future plans for this initiative. The mathematics education students will then lead the audience through a sampling of the 2013 activities.

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This presentation will be made at Saskatchewan Understands Mathematics, MMXIII. For more information visit:



Math on the Move is an initiative at the University of Regina to deliver inquiry-based mathematics activities at the grade 9/10 levels to schools throughout Saskatchewan, outside the major urban centres. Designed and delivered by university mathematics education students, the activities are closely tied to Saskatchewan curriculum outcomes and model strategies for teaching and learning mathematics through inquiry. This year, we have visited approximately ten schools, focusing in particular on schools with a large Aboriginal student population.