|1.||Analyse and evaluate a range of approaches to twenty first century mathematics / numeracy education in the primary years including digital learning and teaching with digital technologies;|
|2.||Design and implement strategies that motivate and develop students' mathematical reasoning, problem solving, and understanding of mathematical concepts, conventions and applications in real world situations;|
|3.||Exhibit an understanding of mathematics / numeracy content strands when planning to implement and teach purposeful lessons and activities that enhance students' mathematical / numeracy proficiency and support diverse learners;|
|4.||Assess the learning and development students have achieved through the teaching approaches and learning activities conducted in the mathematics curriculum; and|
|5.||Analyse and implement appropriate learning and teaching strategies that take account of sustainability, environmental, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island perspectives to develop students' mathematical, social and cultural understanding.|
|Exercise||Investigate and report how real life experiences of mathematics enhance students’ understanding, confidence and development.||20%|
|Review||Curriculum activity: (how to prepare and manage a differentiated classroom)||40%|
|Assignment||Design and produce a learning plan using a range of digital technologies and activities to develop students’ mathematics learning||40%|
Helping children learn mathematics 2nd edn,
Reys. R.E., Lindquist. D.V., Lambdin. D.V., Smith. N.L., Rogers. A., Falle. J., Frid. S., & Bennett. S.
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