ChinUP professional learning events are two-hour after-school workshops, hosted by primary schools across NSW, QLD and the ACT. They are designed for teams of up to 8 educators and are open to anyone, from any sector and any school. Individuals and casual teachers are also very welcome to attend.
Presented by Tim Waugh
Audience: Early career teachers, returning teachers
Course code: CU14-NAVSYL
NESA PD Hours: 2 hours
Cost: $140 (incl GST) per person
Completing ChinUP K-6: Navigating the NSW Maths Syllabus for New & Returning Teachers will contribute 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 2.5.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
The NSW Mathematics K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum describes a continuum of learning across four strands for students in K-6. In order for students to ‘have the opportunity to participate fully in and progress through’ the syllabus, it is vital that teachers are fully conversant with both its contents and intent.
By engaging with the syllabus document, this practical, interactive workshop presented by Tim Waugh will assist graduate teachers and returning teachers to become familiar with its structure and intent and equip them with the skills to effectively implement the document in their classrooms.
Participants will leave the workshop with a deeper knowledge and understanding of:
- Syllabus elements including the Aim, Rationale and Stage Statements
- The organisation and structure of syllabus content including the syllabus strands and sub-strands
- What it means to ‘Work Mathematically’ and how this is represented in the syllabus
- Syllabus outcomes coding
- The ‘Big Ideas’ of the syllabus content and how they’re represented in the document
- The progression of Mathematical language/terminology K-6
- The Learning Across the Curriculum areas and how they can be applied
- Implications for the development of teaching programs and Scope and Sequence documents.
What to bring: A hard copy of the NSW Mathematics K-6 Syllabus, post-it notes and a yellow highlighter.