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Friday, February 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Solving (Math) Problems with Computational Thinking (grades 6-9) Science World FILLING

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As a problem-solving strategy, computational thinking is an effective method for solving math equations and math problems. Participants will have the opportunity to plan open-ended math problems as we explore ways to make mathematics more relevant to students’ lived experiences.

We will be using Menti for this presentation so please ensure that you are comfortable switching between the Zoom call and another browser or have your phone or tablet available to log in to the Menti session.

  • Scrap paper
  • Something to write with
  • Graph paper
  • (Optional) ruler                                                                                                                                       
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Nicole Vieira

presenter, Science World
Nicole Vieira has been exploring her passion for education for as long as she can remember; Her BSc in Mathematics and BEd in Secondary Mathematics has led her from teaching in high schools to her current position as a Experiential Learning Specialist and Tinkering Gallery Curator... Read More →

Wendy Lorch

contact/organizer, Science World
Wendy Lorch is the Early Learning Specialist at Science World, Vancouver responsible for The Wonder Gallery, Preschool Curiosity Club and Big Science Little Hands, professional development workshops for Early Childhood Educators. She holds a Masters in Museum Education and has a background... Read More →

Friday February 18, 2022 1:00pm - 2:30pm PST