AIM Collective Voices
The AIM Collective is a partnership initiative designed to engage researchers and educators from school districts across Canada to support the development of tools for assessment and instruction in mathematics learning in those formative years: kindergarten through grade 3. On May 2nd and 3rd, AIM investigators, led by Dr. Rebecca Merkley from Carleton University hosted a summit that brought together members of the collective: educators, researchers, and students. The Summit was an important step in building connections to support co-creation of meaningful research and useful tools for students’ math learning.


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Fielding The Way: Dr. Lynda Colgan & Dr. Jo-Anne LeFevre

Listen to Dr. Lynda Colgan and Dr. Jo-Anne LeFevre share how early math research and education have progressed over the last 40 years

Dr. Lynda Colgan: Lynda Colgan is Professor Emerita, Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, and Executive…

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Thinking Out Loud with Mike McMann and Jordan Temple

Listen to Mike McMann and Jordan Temple share their thoughts on early math education and AIM!

Mike McMann has over 27 years of experience in the Alberta education system and grew up in rural Alberta. He has a passion for research and moving the dial…

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Reflections on the AIM Summit with Rebecca Merkley, Julie Houle and Tracie Anthony

This first episode is based on the AIM (Assessment and Instruction for Mathematics) Collective Summit 2023.

Hear reactions from attendees’ experiences of the summit.

On today’s panel:

Julie Houle

Julie Houle is a pedagogical consultant in…

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