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De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math

Implementing the New 2021 De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math Curriculum

De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math (MTH1W)

To help teachers and students adjust to the De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math (MTH1W) curriculum being released in fall 2021, the D2L Course Publishing team has developed a new D2L De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math digital resource in support of the transition.

The 2021 De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math (MTH1W) resource builds on the unique pedagogy and design established in the Ontario Math 1–8 digital resource. It extends the social-emotional learning themes developed in earlier grades in order to continue building confidence, excitement, and capacity in understanding as students learn to apply mathematical concepts in their everyday lives.

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Curriculum-Aligned Digital Resources

Like Ontario Math 1–8, the De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math (MTH1W) digital resource will cover every curriculum expectation, including building on coding and financial literacy concepts developed in Grade 8.

In addition to providing teachers with curriculum-aligned digital resources and tools, the new De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math (MTH1W) will no longer require students to decide whether to take academic or applied courses in Grade 9.

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Supporting the Culturally Responsive and Relevant Pedagogy (CRRP) with the New Curriculum MTH1W, De-streamed Grade 9 Ontario Math

By supporting CRRP, the new curriculum encourages educators to motivate students and create positive learning environments. The new curriculum helps educators to:

  • Set high academic standards for students to work toward while driving student engagement
  • Offer a wide range of skills and interests for students to learn and develop with their peers
  • Create equal opportunities for all students, removing systemic barriers to build inclusive experiences
  • Present new possibilities for students to pursue, including apprenticeships, college, and university
  • Number of Units: 5
  • Total AoL Assessments: 20
  • Total AfL Assessments: 8

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