Teachers' Symposium - 11 Dec 2018
Keeping up with the CurriculumKia ora koutou! Thank you to everyone that attended the 5th Annual Symposium for Secondary Mathematics and Statistics Teachers hosted by the School of Mathematics and Statistics. The Symposium aims to provide secondary mathematics and statistics teachers with an engaging, interactive and innovative professional development day free of charge. The 2018 programme is designed to facilitate discussion around changes occurring in our field and dedicated ways to enrich the student learning experience. We hope you will leave the Symposium with a greater understanding of: the potential curriculum changes and new trends in student behaviour (health and wellbeing).
Programme and AbstractsAre attached here.
|Who||Title||Slides, links and attachments|
|Dr Cami Sawyer - Massey University||A Vision of NZ Secondary School Maths and Stats for the 21st Century||Slideshow|
|Dr Peter Donelan||Breakout session, Data Science @ VUW||Slideshow, Data sets, VUW exams|
|Dr Michael Johnston and Dr Bronwyn Wood - School of Education||Interrogating transitions to university after NCEA: Implications for mathematics educators||Slideshow|
|John Oldroyd - NCEA Online Programme Manager, NZQA||NCEA Online||Message from John, Pigeonhole Q&A|
|Derek Smith - University of Otago||Networks of Expertise||Slideshow, NZAMT Survey|