MFM1P Resources

Link to Google Doc with all resources:


MFM1P Learning Goals –

SesameHQ and Sesame Snap App

  • used to create digital collections of day-to-day work (images, video, notes) to use  observations and conversations as assessment
  • students or teachers can add to feed


  • used for assessment and grades
  • standards-based assessment (our 22 learning goals)
  • students can upgrade their assessment on a specific learning goal at any time in course


OneNote file of course materials – (work in progress)

  • we used this as a OneNote ClassNotebook (Sharepoint and O365) where students have work areas
  • we often use this tool with the drawing abilities and wacom tablets to take notes and collaborate 
  • all student “paper” assessments are scanned into OneNote to archive/portfolio


Unit Books and Interactive Lesson Files (materials adapted from TIPS4RM)

Intro Unit book

Unit 1: 2D and 3D Geometry

Unit 2: Simplifying Expressions and Solving Equations

Unit 3: Rectangle Optimization (coming soon)

  • Task
  • Investigation
  • Final Unit 3 Task

Unit 4: Describing Trends in Scatterplots

  • Unit 4 Student Book
  • Quiz
  • PearDecks – Interactive Lessons (used the pro version to use draggable and draw slides)

Unit 5: Ratios and Proportional Reasoning

Mid-Course EQAO Questions Practice – ClassFlow Assessment


Unit 6: Rate of Change and Graphing Linear Relationships

Unit 7 (coming soon)

  • Quiz
  • Task: Flaps!
  • Unit Task

EQAO Practice

Pear Deck interactive practice sessions (pro version required to have access to drawing and draggable slide features)

*will require access to this EQAO file with exemplars to project and help students self-assess their solutions as Code “10”, “20”, “30” or “40”

Math and Culture

These activities are designed to help incorporate some First Nation, Metis and/or Inuit culture into math class. Archery will be done on an outdoor education field trip at Enhaatig Lodge. Dreamcatchers will be done with our FNMI Student Advisor.

  • Dreamcatcher Math
  • Feel the Force. Math in Archery – Linear Relations (coming soon)
  • Inuit String Games and plane geometry (coming soon)



  • students record their voices and drawing on the screen
  • great for BYOD because it works on laptops in the browser and on iPads
  • sometimes we use Explain Everything instead


  • for practice and “levelling up” a learning goal


  • used in unit 2 for students to “find” algebra rules out and we then connected it to using symbols and algebra tiles


  • used as an alternative to manipulatives for optimization of rectangles,

Desmos Activities:


Google Drive

Skype – for collaborating with other classes


  • used as a “home base” and for class virtual collaboration
  • parents also have a code to access updates and resources

Dan Meyer Problems (investigations or problems to do before learning a concept, to guide learning and provide context)



Taped to student desks:

  • number line
  • multiplication table
  • success criteria for a “great solution:

On the walls in classroom:

  • large EQAO formula sheet posters
  • multiplication tables and number line posters
  • anchor charts for solving two-step equations, add/subt polynomials, multiplying polynomials, etc.
  • word walls for each big idea (2D/3D geometry, linear relations, scatterplots and trends, proportional reasoning, etc.)

Whiteboards – (2′ x 2′) from HomeDepot (1 per table group)

Wacom tablets (24 available for students to use with their BYOD laptops)

BYOD Laptops and Tablets – every student brings a laptop or tablet

Extra computers and Tablets – for specific project use (ex. Minecraft, DragonBoxEDU, Turtle Art) and when student devices fail

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