Directions to the
of Upcoming Meetings:
28, 2013--10 am-2 pm: The Times They Are Changing
26, 2013 --10 am-2 pm: Innovative Mathematics
Teaching at Ontario Colleges (Location: Humber College)
30, 2013-- 10 am-2 pm Games for Learning
25, 2014 --10 am-2 pm Annual Research Day
22, 2014--10 am-2 pm Mathematics in Science Fiction
29, 2014 -- 10 am-2 pm Teaching, Learning, Living
26, 2014 -- 10am-2pm
in Mathematics Education
MathEd Forum meets on a monthly basis during the academic
year. The meetings are at the Fields Institute, teachers
and interested participants are welcome to attend.
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that meeting materials are prepared for you. In addition
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of mathematics education.
Mathematics Education Journal
international peer-reviewed online journal aims to provide
open access to the range of themes that attract attention
of the mathematics education community in Ontario, Canada
and internationally. The focus of this periodical is to
stimulate discussions, reflections, research, and commentaries
about mathematics education within and between different
interest groups. The FMEJ particularly encourages submissions
of manuscripts related to presentations at the Fields
Mathematics Education Forum. The journal is intended for
any person interested in mathematics education, including
researchers and practitioners. It has an international
editorial board and will be published bi-annually.
of the Forum
Fields Institute Mathematics Education Forum promotes
discussion of issues in mathematics education at all
levels, with special emphasis on education in the Province
of Ontario. The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical
Sciences serves as the host of the Forum, but does not
determine the agenda or the conclusions of the Forum.
It is the goal of the Forum to consider objectively
new ideas and diverse views in mathematics education,
to facilitate consensus and to promote the enhancement
of mathematics education in Ontario and Canada.
Forum's mandate is to foster the development of new
ideas, methodologies and materials with respect to possible
changes that could improve education in mathematics,
and to work for the implementation of such changes.
Forum Task Force Reports
archive of past task force activities and their reports.
Resources, Useful Links and Initiatives
to other Mathematics Education Sites, Associations and
Journals and Initiatives.
of interest to MathEd Forum members and interested participants.
Activities in Math Education
of annual activities in Math Education supported by Fields.