If you walk by a math class at WDHS, you’ll notice a few things. The first is the use of technology. All our math classes use SMART Boards and OneNote to engage students in interactive digital lessons. You’ll see students and teachers engaged in STEM activities like building and programming our VEX V5 robotics kits to accomplish various learning tasks. Students may be playing Kahoot or learning to design and manipulate Excel spreadsheets. They may be recording
videos in Flipgrid to share their learning or accessing Desmos online graphing tools along with other unique programs to help prepare students for the world of modern mathematics. You’ll also often see students standing at the whiteboards working in small groups to solve math problems while honing their skills in communication and collaboration. Teachers present real-world connections to help students better understand big mathematical concepts and WDHS math students can show off their skills as they enter math contests against other students across the province.