Preservice teachers build their technological and content pedagogical knowledge and skills in the strand of Number of Algebra in the Victorian Curriculum. Preservice teachers advance their teaching knowledge and practise by engaging in the latest advances in mathematics educational and technological research and practice. They critically evaluate the use of AI in primary mathematics teaching and learning activities, and in student learning management systems including Compass and SEQTA. Preservice teachers review national and international mathematics curricula, teaching practice and assessment. They analyse and respond to various types of student data used in primary mathematics settings and explore methods of promoting student agency and authentic learning experiences. Preservice teachers design an innovative, differentiated and enriched unit of work encompassing assessment and use of connected concepts and problem solving strategies to deepen student learning of mathematics. Preservice teachers explore the proficiency strands.
On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
This unit is studied as part of the following course(s):