Anita’s new mathematics leadership professional learning is offered as a six-month course consisting of three face-to-face workshops, hosted by primary schools across NSW. The course is designed for teams of up to 6 educators and are open to anyone, from any sector and any school. Individual leaders are also very welcome to attend.
Your school team can include:
- a school leader (Principal, DP, AP)
- a Mathematics leader (executive or non-executive)
- a Numeracy Instructional Leader
- passionate teachers of maths who are driving maths at their school (eg aspiring leaders)
Presented by Anita Chin
Course code: LACT0910
NESA PD Hours: 9 hours
Cost: $600 (incl GST) per person
Leading mathematics at a Primary School requires tools for implementing the NSW Mathematics K-10 Syllabus as well as strategies to help leaders build their teachers capacity to differentiate instruction. This course brings your maths team together for a six-month journey with Anita Chin. The focus will be on creating a consistent whole-school approach to the teaching and learning of Mathematics at your primary school.
Anita will provide you with a complete toolkit of resources in the first whole day workshop. She will then be your mentor as you move through the process of learn, plan, implement, review, share, reflect and refine which will allow you to stay on track and continue to transform the teaching and learning of maths at your school.
- Whole day workshop (Term 1), Modules 1-5
- Two-hour after school group mentoring (Term 2), Module 6
- Two-hour after school group mentoring (Term 3), Module 7
Getting started with a whole-school approach: Your Maths Crew and their roles
Find out which areas your Maths Crew needs to focus on, learn strategies for addressing each focus area and be guided as to the roles best suited to each Maths Crew member.
Organisation of the Mathematics K-6 Syllabus
Find out how the Mathematics K-6 Syllabus is organised. Learn how to break up content into one-week chunks using the syllabus. Discover a strategy for learning developmental sequences of content for each substrand.
Unpacking and using your Leading Maths Toolkit
Learn how teachers can implement key resources (including equipment, whiteboard insert sheets, worksheets and language word walls) in their classrooms. Find out strategies for how to lead change by supporting teachers with the teaching tools they need.
Introducing The Whole-School Approach to Primary Mathematics K-6 Model
Discover the key elements of a whole-school approach to mathematics: tasks, tools, talk, pedagogical content knowledge, culture and beliefs.
Creating a plan for your school using the Health Check Tool
Discover how to create an actionable plan and where to start on your school’s maths journey.
Ironing out the obstacles: Review, share, reflect and refine
Receive feedback from Anita so you can keep up the momentum, remain on track and continue transforming the teaching and learning of maths at your school.
Launchpad: planning the rest of your school’s maths journey
Reflect on your progress, celebrate your successes and plan the way forward for maths at your school.
Your free one-on-one planning chat
Any school considering this course is invited to take advantage of a free, no-obligation 30-minute planning call with Anita Chin. During this one-on-one chat, Anita will listen to your school’s needs and understand where you are on your maths journey. She will help you plan how your school can gain the most from the course as well as who to register for your school team.
What to bring
- a hard copy of the NSW Mathematics K-6 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum (the ‘orange book’)
- post-it notes
- yellow highlighter
- your 6-digit NESA number.
Occurrence Details | Toronto
Part 1 – Wednesday 27 March 2019 (Term 1, wk 9). 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Part 2 – Tuesday 25 June 2019 (T2, wk 9). 3:45 pm – 6:00 pm
Part 3 – Tuesday 17 Sept 2019 (T3, wk 9). 3:45 pm – 6:00 pm
Venue: Biraban Public School – hall. Beckley St, Toronto NSW 2283
Parking: Free parking on Beckley Street.
Online ‘grab & go’ tickets: Close Friday 15 March 2019 (T1, wk 7)
Just nominate one person to pay for the number of tickets your school needs (on one order), then participants provide their details at the first workshop day. Easy!