|1.||Identify the complex link between a child's life experiences, individual growth, family background and the development of mathematical understanding and skills;|
|2.||Demonstrate an understanding of numeracy and mathematics processes for primary school children;|
|3.||Show how technology can be used to support and enhance young children's numeracy and mathematics development;|
|4.||Apply principles how children learn to planning appropriate mathematics teaching, monitoring, recording and evaluation strategies for young mathematics learners, and consistent with AusVELS Mathematics Standards;|
|5.||Develop experiences for small group work and whole class discussion in mathematics learning in which the role of active participation and social interaction with other students is demonstrated.|
|Assignment||Critique of one high quality unit for teaching primary school mathematics (900 words)||30%|
|Report||Workshop and report on teaching and learning mathematics (1200 words)||40%|
|Report||Mathematical investigation and discussion (900 words)||30%|
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