Using specific examples, Peter will outline the principles of lesson design and also the nature of learning sequences that build on those lessons. The notion is that students can be productively engaged in working on challenging tasks, appropriately differentiated, and incorporated into cumulative sequences. The approach includes attention to the main mathematical ideas, the classroom pedagogies, the student disposition, and effective assessment of student learning.
Who should attend: Teachers for level 7 - 10
Presenter: Peter Sullivan
Peter Sullivan is an Emeritus Professor at Monash University. Peter has extensive experience in research and teaching in teacher education. He was an editor of the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education for 8 years, and is now the editor of the Mathematics Education Research Journal. He is a past President of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and was the author of the Shape Paper and lead writer of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics.
|Pricing||1 Day||2 Day|
|Member Cost (Inc GST)||$125|
|Non Member Cost (Inc GST)||$150|
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