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Australian Curriculum Mathematics 7-10. Events to date. What’s next?. http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/Explore/Mathematics. Content strands. Mathematics Number Patterns and algebra Data Measurement Space and geometry. Draft Australian Curriculum Number and algebra

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Australian Curriculum Mathematics 7-10





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Content strands

Mathematics

  • Number

  • Patterns and algebra

  • Data

  • Measurement

  • Space and geometry

  • Draft Australian Curriculum

  • Number and algebra

  • Measurement and geometry

  • Statistics and probability


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Process strands

Working Mathematically

  • Questioning

  • Applying Strategies

  • Communicating

  • Reasoning

  • Reflecting

  • Proficiency strands

  • Understanding

  • Fluency

  • Problem solving

  • Reasoning



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Mathematics content descriptions

Draft Consultation version 1.0.1 Australian Curriculum, ACARA, March 2010, page 20


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Mathematics content elaborations

Draft Consultation version 1.0.1 Australian Curriculum, ACARA, March 2010, page 56


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Mathematics achievement standards

Draft Consultation version 1.0.1 Australian Curriculum, ACARA, March 2010, page 20


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Organisation of the curriculum

General capabilities

Cross-curriculum perspectives


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How is the draft K–10 Australian Curriculum for mathematics similar to the NSW syllabus?

  • Content strands

  • Proficiency strands


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How is the draft K–10 Australian Curriculum for mathematics different to the NSW syllabus?

  • Statistics and probability

  • Calculators appear to be introduced from as early as Kindergarten

  • Concept sequencing and terminology differences

  • Curriculum organised in Years not Stages

  • Content descriptions not outcomes

  • Year 10 and Year 10A not Stage 5.1,5.2 and 5.3


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General questions mathematics different to the NSW syllabus?

  • Does the draft Australian mathematics curriculum support both excellence and equity?

  • Is the draft curriculum focused on the important ideas?

  • Is the draft curriculum coherent? In particular, does the sequence of development make sense in algebra, geometry, etc?

  • Is the draft curriculum internally consistent in the way it uses concepts from other strands (e.g. the introduction of the equality symbol and linear equations)?


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Specific questions mathematics different to the NSW syllabus?

  • How does the draft curriculum provide support for the full range of students in your class?

  • How do the standards compare to the current NSW syllabus?

  • How is content organised in school years meant to assist the diverse range of learners?

  • How is Year 10A to be treated compared to Year 10?


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Identifying the issues and areas where support might be needed

  • Will teachers need to tailor the new curriculum to suit the needs of particular groups of students? Will they need support for this?

    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

    • ESL students

    • Students with learning difficulties

    • Students with disabilities

    • Gifted and talented students

    • Others?

  • Will teachers need professional learning and teaching resources to support the extra content in the Statistics and probability strand?

  • Will the Year 10A curriculum meet the prior knowledge requirements for the Year 11 and 12 mathematics courses?

  • CAS calculators are identified in the ICT general capability for mathematics. Will teachers need professional learning and teaching resources to support the introduction of this technology?

  • Any other support required for implementation?


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Sharing your views: DET online forum needed

  • To register for the forum:

    http://currk12.janison.com/curriculum/register/register.htm

  • If you have any problems with registering please contact Chris Dorbis via email or telephone 98867496.If you have been issued a password, please click on the following link to enter the forum.

  • To enter the forum:

    http://currk12.janison.com/toolbox/desktop/logon.asp

  • The latest version of the Australian mathematics curriculum and this PowerPoint are available in the forum.


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Sharing your views: other avenues needed

Secondary mathematics teachers may also choose to share their views about the draft Australian mathematics curriculum via:

  • Mathematics Association of NSW (MANSW)http://www.mansw.nsw.edu.au/

  • NSW Board of Studies http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/

  • or directly to ACARA

    http://www.acara.edu.au/home_page.html


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