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Teaching Methods in Mathematics

Postgraduate | UND-MATH5080 | 2024

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13 weeks
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14 Oct 2024

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Teaching Methods in Mathematics

About this subject

  • On completion of this course students should be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:

    1. Evaluate mathematics in relation to models of pedagogy and instructional strategies drawing on the NSW Quality Teaching Framework and the K-12 learning continuum; [GTS 1.1.2]

    2. Implement learned pedagogical models and curriculum knowledge in the planning of a unit of work;

    3. Demonstrate a capacity to integrate theory and practice in pedagogy and curriculum through critical explanation and discussion; [GTS 1.1.2]

    4. Identify key aspects of curriculum: NSW Board of Studies Syllabuses and Support Documents relevant to Mathematics in high school and apply them to lesson and unit preparation for Stages, 4, 5 and 6; [GTS 1.1.3]

    5. Plan ways of differentiating the curriculum according to the nature, experience and needs of the high school learner in relation to Mathematics; [GTS 1.1.3]

    6. Comprehend relevant professional responsibilities and management requirements of a Mathematics teacher.

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0.125 EFTSL
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