Making Math Moments that Matter by Jon Orr and Kyle Pearce


Registration for the Spring 2019 has closed.  Registration for the Fall 2019 workshop opens 9/13/19 and closes on 9/27/19.  The Fall 2019 workshop begins on 9/30/19 and ends on 11/8/19 with bonus access time until 1/17/20.

Workshop Dates: Feb. 11, 2019 until Mar. 22, 2019 with access until May 3, 2019

Format: Online

Grades: 3-10

Jon is known for: Problem Based Lessons, Desmos Lessons,,

Kyle is known for: Problem Based Lessons,,

This workshop will teach you how to use our 3-part framework for building easy to plan and fun to deliver lessons that kids will not only love, but also learn from. You’ll first learn why the framework is necessary and experience lessons that were built on the framework. You’ll learn what makes lessons memorable and how to create more of them. Next, you’ll learn how to harness the power of productive struggle to maximize student learning. Finally, you’ll learn how to effectively plan memorable lessons to ensure of their success in the classroom.  You can read more details about our workshop at


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Workshop Video

Workshop Details

When: Monday, Feb. 11, 2019 until Friday, Mar. 22, 2019 with access until Friday, May 3, 2019

Where: Online

Grade levels: 3 – 10


About Kyle Pearce

I’m the K-12 Mathematics Consultant with the Greater Essex County District School Board, where my passion for mathematics fuels me to uncover creative ways to spark curiosity and fuel sense making through the inquiry process using tasks that are contextual, visual and concrete. An Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified Innovator, I share my most recent noticings, wonderings, and reflections in mathematics pedagogy and effective uses of technology by delivering workshops across North America, blogging on I live in Belle River, Ontario, Canada with my wife, daughter and son.


About Jon Orr

I’m a high school math teacher at John McGregor Secondary School in the Lambton-Kent District School Board in Ontario Canada. When not teaching my students and spending time with my family I lead workshops and presentations on teaching pedagogy in the math classroom. As an Apple Distinguished Educator and Desmos Fellow I routinely talk about implementing technology and great teaching strategies in my classroom. Lately I’ve been excited about promoting struggle in my students and teaching them about resilience while problem solving. I live in Tilbury Ontario Canada with my wife and three daughters.


University Credits

You can earn up to four Graduate Level Professional Development Credits through Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System. You must register for EDTU 9051: Making Math Moments That Matter to earn the units. Please check with your school or district to determine whether these credits are accepted. Note that these credits require additional fees ($80 per unit) and follow-up assignments.