The Rich Mathematical Approaches through Collaborative Inquiry is aimed at leaders and teachers of Mathematics in Years 7,8,9 and 10. This project aims to build teacher capacity in understanding mathematical knowledge across the mathematics curriculum sub-strands of Number, Algebra, Measurement, Space, Statistics and Probability. Teachers will develop a deeper understanding of the mathematical proficiencies with a focus on reasoning and problem solving through exploring pedagogical practices of using rich tasks.
This project will utilise collaborative inquiry, using student case studies, to empower teachers to analyse their school data and define actions to improve outcomes. Teachers will receive in school coaching sessions to support them in ways they are implementing these new approaches.
This project will be delivered by CESA in collaboration with the University of South Australia’s Mathematics Faculty. Throughout this project, on behalf of CESA, the University of South Australia will be conducting pre and post surveys with school leaders, participants and students. This research will help inform future directions of Mathematics teaching and learning for CESA.
CESA requires 2 to 3 teachers per school, to engage in this project.
Tuesday 28 March @ The Highway at Plympton
Wednesday 31 May @ Samsung SMART School at Magill
Tuesday 27 June @ CEO Conference Centre Room 6
Monday 7 August @ CEO Conference Centre Room 7
Friday 15 September @ CEO Conference Centre Room 6
Thursday 2 November @ CEO Conference Centre Rooms 7 & 8
This workshop will take place over 6 days and participation at all 6 days is required.
AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include
Standard 1: Know students and how they learn
Standard 2: Know the content and how to teach it
Standard 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Intended Audience: Leaders and Teachers of Secondary Mathematics (Years 7-10)
Facilitators: CESA Coaches - Melanie O’Leary, Luke Ferguson and Michael Clifford, with Dr Lisa O’Keeffe, University of South Australia and Professor Amie Albrecht, University of South Australia
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / T: 8301 6820
Registration Enquiries: email@example.com
Deadline for Registration: COB Monday 20 March 2023
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