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Dr. Marian Small is an internationally renowned mathematics educator, author, and professional learning consultant. Dr. Small, whose career in education has spanned more than four decades, is considered one of the most influential math educators in Canada. She has authored or co‑authored more than 100 math resources and travelled to mathematics classrooms around the world to provide consultation focused on improving understanding and performance in K–12 mathematics.

One of Marian’s latest and greatest teaching resource for K–9 teachers in Canada!


MathUP Student is a student-facing, interactive digital resource for Grades 1–9.


Check out some of my resources sold in the US.


Check out some of my resources sold in Canada.


Recent Presentations

How To Create And Use Open Questions In Math Class

If you’ve heard about open questions and have wanted to try them but aren’t sure how to get started, then this is the mini workshop for you. It’ll help you feel more confident using them with your students as well as creating your own open questions or adjusting ones you find.

Teaching & Assessing Math for Understanding

What kinds of questions do you ask to see not only whether students can do the math, but whether they understand the critical underlying ideas?

Big Ideas

There are key ideas or essential understandings that underlie each strand or domain. What are they?

I saw you at the NCTM conference last year and I made a 180 degree shift in my approach to teaching math. In turn, my principal recognized this and  is considering me for a math specialist position. I was wondering what kind of training you would suggest.“