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(NSW) Helping you implement the new Stage 6 Maths syllabus, Bankstown, Tues 31st July

Presented by Becky Lovelock


This workshop will unpack the syllabus requirements for the revised Stage 6 Mathematics Standard, Advanced, Extension 1 and Extension 2 courses. Teachers will have the opportunity to engage with the new course content and requirements for assessment and review the resources available through the new CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series. Differences between the previous syllabuses and the new courses will be highlighted and programming and other planning matters will be reviewed.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • Gain valuable insight into how the revisions to the Stage 6 courses will impact your classroom
  • Learn how to approach the assessment requirements for Stage 6 with your students
  • Receive a teaching program and scope and sequence document
  • Network with other Stage 6 maths teachers in your region
  • Receive a complimentary textbook*

About the Presenter:

Becky  Lovelock is an experienced practitioner, who has worked at NESA as Senior Curriculum Officer for Mathematics and currently works at Sydney Grammar School as Deputy Director of Studies. 

*Free book conditions: Each delegate will receive one free textbook from the CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series for attending. These will be provided upon publication. Limit of 2 per school.

ADDRESS
Bankstown Sports Complex
8 Greenfield Parade
Bankstown
NSW 2200
DATE
Tuesday 31st July
TIME
3.30-4pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4-5 pm – Workshop 5pm – Prize draw
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(NSW) Helping you implement the Stage 6 Maths syllabus, Beecroft, Thurs 2nd Aug

Presented by Becky Lovelock

This workshop will unpack the syllabus requirements for the revised Stage 6 Mathematics Standard, Advanced, Extension 1 and Extension 2 courses. Teachers will have the opportunity to engage with the new course content and requirements for assessment and review the resources available through the new CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series. Differences between the previous syllabuses and the new courses will be highlighted and programming and other planning matters will be reviewed.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • Gain valuable insight into how the revisions to the Stage 6 courses will impact your classroom
  • Learn how to approach the assessment requirements for Stage 6 with your students
  • Receive a teaching program and scope and sequence document
  • Network with other Stage 6 maths teachers in your region
  • Receive a complimentary textbook*

About the Presenter:

Becky  Lovelock is an experienced practitioner, who has worked at NESA as Senior Curriculum Officer for Mathematics and currently works at Sydney Grammar School as Deputy Director of Studies. 

*Free book conditions: Each delegate will receive one free textbook from the CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series for attending. These will be provided upon publication. Limit of 2 per school.

ADDRESS
Pennant Hills Golf Club
Corner Copeland and Burns Road South
Beecroft
NSW 2119
DATE
Thursday 2nd August
TIME
3.30-4pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4-5 pm – Workshop 5pm – Prize draw
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(NSW) Helping you implement the Stage 6 Maths syllabus, Randwick, Tues 7th Aug

Presented by Becky Lovelock


This workshop will unpack the syllabus requirements for the revised Stage 6 Mathematics Standard, Advanced, Extension 1 and Extension 2 courses. Teachers will have the opportunity to engage with the new course content and requirements for assessment and review the resources available through the new CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series. Differences between the previous syllabuses and the new courses will be highlighted and programming and other planning matters will be reviewed.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • Gain valuable insight into how the revisions to the Stage 6 courses will impact your classroom
  • Learn how to approach the assessment requirements for Stage 6 with your students
  • Receive a teaching program and scope and sequence document
  • Network with other Stage 6 maths teachers in your region
  • Receive a complimentary textbook*

About the Presenter:

Becky  Lovelock is an experienced practitioner, who has worked at NESA as Senior Curriculum Officer for Mathematics and currently works at Sydney Grammar School as Deputy Director of Studies. 

*Free book conditions: Each delegate will receive one free textbook from the CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series for attending. These will be provided upon publication. Limit of 2 per school.

ADDRESS
Randwick Club
135 Alison Rd
Randwick
NSW 2031
DATE
Tuesday 7th August
TIME
3.30-4pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4-5 pm – Workshop 5pm – Prize draw
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(NSW) Helping you implement the Stage 6 Maths syllabus, Prestons, Wed Aug 8th

Presented by Becky Lovelock


This workshop will unpack the syllabus requirements for the revised Stage 6 Mathematics Standard, Advanced, Extension 1 and Extension 2 courses. Teachers will have the opportunity to engage with the new course content and requirements for assessment and review the resources available through the new CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series. Differences between the previous syllabuses and the new courses will be highlighted and programming and other planning matters will be reviewed.

By attending this workshop, you will:

  • Gain valuable insight into how the revisions to the Stage 6 courses will impact your classroom
  • Learn how to approach the assessment requirements for Stage 6 with your students
  • Receive a teaching program and scope and sequence document
  • Network with other Stage 6 maths teachers in your region
  • Receive a complimentary textbook*

About the Presenter:

Becky  Lovelock is an experienced practitioner, who has worked at NESA as Senior Curriculum Officer for Mathematics and currently works at Sydney Grammar School as Deputy Director of Studies. 

*Free book conditions: Each delegate will receive one free textbook from the CambridgeMATHS Stage 6 series for attending. These will be provided upon publication. Limit of 2 per school.

ADDRESS
Liverpool Catholic Club Terrace Room 6 Entrance via Mercure Hotel
452/458 Hoxton Park Rd
Prestons
NSW 2170
DATE
Wednesday 8th August
TIME
3.30-4pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4-5 pm – Workshop 5pm – Prize draw
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(QLD) Resourcing the new Modern and Ancient History syllabuses, Wed 22nd Aug, Rochedale

Presented by Brian Hoepper, Julie Hennessy and Michael Cocks

Modern History

In this session Brian and Julie will explore how the new Cambridge Senior Modern History for Queensland resource complements the key role of the history teacher in promoting student interest and conceptual understanding and historical skills, and supports an engaging and rigorous implementation of the new modern history syllabus.

By attending this workshop you will:

• Explore special features of the new resource including deep questioning of historical sources of evidence, and activities that encourage cooperative learning and communication.

• Explore how the inquiry approach to each historical topic is sustained through the chapter design of Contextual, Depth and Concluding Studies which mirrors the new syllabus.

• Receive a copy of the new resource*

Ancient History

The arrival of the Queensland Ancient History syllabus presents a challenge for many schools in preparing the necessary resources and understanding the new assessment types. Using the new teaching resources from Senior Ancient History for Queensland, this workshop will help ensure schools are well placed to implement the new syllabus in 2019.

By attending this workshop you will:

• Learn the structure of the new units of work in the Ancient History syllabus.

• Find out how to approach the new assessment requirements.

• Leave with some recommendations for unit selection.

• Receive a copy of the new resource*

*Free book conditions: each delegate will receive a complimentary textbook from either Senior Modern History for Queensland or Senior Ancient History for Queensland for attending. These will be provided on publication.

About the presenters:

Brian Hoepper taught high school history before going on to teach at tertiary level. He has been active in syllabus and curriculum development, textbook writing and teacher PD provision. Brian’s special interest is promoting critical inquiry in history, humanities and social sciences.

Julie Hennessey is a highly experienced history teacher who has worked on several textbooks. She is Head of History at Brisbane Girls Grammar School, and an Executive Member of QHTA.

Michael Cocks is a senior History teacher at Toowoomba Grammar School in Queensland and runs the educational History website, www.HistorySkills.com. Michael works as a fact-checker for the BBC History Magazine, was a 2015 finalist in the QCT Teaching Excellence Awards and has been awarded as a Microsoft Innovative Education Expert

ADDRESS
Redeemer Lutheran College
745 Rochedale Rd
Rochedale
QLD 4123
DATE
Wednesday 22nd August
TIME
3.30pm Registration/afternoon tea 4pm - Workshop 5.15pm Door prize/questions
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(QLD) Resourcing the new Modern and Ancient History syllabuses, Thurs 23rd Aug, Ascot

Presented by Brian Hoepper, Julie Hennessy and Michael Cocks

Modern History

In this session Brian and Julie will explore how the new Cambridge Senior Modern History for Queensland resource complements the key role of the history teacher in promoting student interest and conceptual understanding and historical skills, and supports an engaging and rigorous implementation of the new modern history syllabus.

By attending this workshop you will:

• Explore special features of the new resource including deep questioning of historical sources of evidence, and activities that encourage cooperative learning and communication.

• Explore how the inquiry approach to each historical topic is sustained through the chapter design of Contextual, Depth and Concluding Studies which mirrors the new syllabus.

• Receive a copy of the new resource*

Ancient History

The arrival of the Queensland Ancient History syllabus presents a challenge for many schools in preparing the necessary resources and understanding the new assessment types. Using the new teaching resources from Senior Ancient History for Queensland, this workshop will help ensure schools are well placed to implement the new syllabus in 2019.

By attending this workshop you will:

• Learn the structure of the new units of work in the Ancient History syllabus.

• Find out how to approach the new assessment requirements.

• Leave with some recommendations for unit selection.

• Receive a copy of the new resource*

*Free book conditions: each delegate will receive a complimentary textbook from either Senior Modern History for Queensland or Senior Ancient History for Queensland for attending. These will be provided on publication.

About the presenters:

Brian Hoepper taught high school history before going on to teach at tertiary level. He has been active in syllabus and curriculum development, textbook writing and teacher PD provision. Brian’s special interest is promoting critical inquiry in history, humanities and social sciences.

Julie Hennessey is a highly experienced history teacher who has worked on several textbooks. She is Head of History at Brisbane Girls Grammar School, and an Executive Member of QHTA.

Michael Cocks is a senior History teacher at Toowoomba Grammar School in Queensland and runs the educational History website, www.HistorySkills.com. Michael works as a fact-checker for the BBC History Magazine, was a 2015 finalist in the QCT Teaching Excellence Awards and has been awarded as a Microsoft Innovative Education Expert

ADDRESS
St Margaret's Anglican School
11 Petrie St
Ascot
QLD 4007
DATE
Thursday 23rd August
TIME
3.30pm Registration and afternoon tea 4pm Workshop 5.15pm Door prize/questions
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(QLD) Implementing the new Queensland Essential Mathematics syllabus in the classroom Tues 31st July, Toowoomba

Presented by Leanne Butler

This workshop will focus on:

• How to prepare your Year 10 students for the new Essential Mathematics Units 1&2 syllabus

• What the cognitive verbs and other learning theories underpinning the curriculum mean for Essential Mathematics students

• How to integrate problem solving and modelling in the classroom

• How literacy, numeracy and 21st century skills are addressed in the Essential Mathematics textbook. •

By attending this workshop you will:

• Pick up some great ideas for implementing the Units 1&2 Essential Mathematics syllabus

• Explore the full range of resources offered by the forthcoming Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland series.

• View a digital demonstration of the interactive resources including the workspaces and self-assessment tools, video demonstrations, auto-marked questions, extra teacher resources and more.

• Receive a complimentary Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland Units 1&2 textbook.*

About the presenter:

Leanne Butler is one of the authors of Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland: Essential Mathematics Units 1 & 2. Leanne is Curriculum Leader of Mathematics at Downlands College in Toowoomba and has 28 years’ teaching experience across all levels from Years 7 to 12 in South East Queensland and NSW. She has a keen interest in helping students overcome their apprehension towards maths by exploring how they learn and finding real life relevance for simple and complex maths concepts.

ADDRESS
St Ursula's College
38 Taylor Street
Toowoomba
QLD 4350
DATE
Tuesday 31st July
TIME
3.45pm Registrations 4pm Presentation 4.55pm Digital platform presentation 5.20pm Prize draw
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(QLD) Implementing the new Queensland Essential Mathematics syllabus in the classroom Wed 1st Aug, Clayfield

Presented by Leanne Butler

This workshop will focus on:

• How to prepare your Year 10 students for the new Essential Mathematics Units 1&2 syllabus

• What the cognitive verbs and other learning theories underpinning the curriculum mean for Essential Mathematics students

• How to integrate problem solving and modelling in the classroom

• How literacy, numeracy and 21st century skills are addressed in the Essential Mathematics textbook. •

By attending this workshop you will:

• Pick up some great ideas for implementing the Units 1&2 Essential Mathematics syllabus

• Explore the full range of resources offered by the forthcoming Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland series.

• View a digital demonstration of the interactive resources including the workspaces and self-assessment tools, video demonstrations, auto-marked questions, extra teacher resources and more.

• Receive a complimentary Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland Units 1&2 textbook.*

About the presenter:

Leanne Butler is one of the authors of Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland: Essential Mathematics Units 1 & 2. Leanne is Curriculum Leader of Mathematics at Downlands College in Toowoomba and has 28 years’ teaching experience across all levels from Years 7 to 12 in South East Queensland and NSW. She has a keen interest in helping students overcome their apprehension towards maths by exploring how they learn and finding real life relevance for simple and complex maths concepts.

ADDRESS
Clayfield College
23 Gregory St
Clayfield
QLD 4011
DATE
Wednesday 1st August
TIME
3.45pm Registrations 4pm Presentation 4.55pm Digital platform presentation 5.20pm Prize draw
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(QLD) Implementing the new Queensland Essential Mathematics syllabus in the classroom Thurs 2nd Aug, Rochedale

Presented by Leanne Butler

This workshop will focus on:

• How to prepare your Year 10 students for the new Essential Mathematics Units 1&2 syllabus

• What the cognitive verbs and other learning theories underpinning the curriculum mean for Essential Mathematics students

• How to integrate problem solving and modelling in the classroom

• How literacy, numeracy and 21st century skills are addressed in the Essential Mathematics textbook. •

By attending this workshop you will:

• Pick up some great ideas for implementing the Units 1&2 Essential Mathematics syllabus

• Explore the full range of resources offered by the forthcoming Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland series.

• View a digital demonstration of the interactive resources including the workspaces and self-assessment tools, video demonstrations, auto-marked questions, extra teacher resources and more.

• Receive a complimentary Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland Units 1&2 textbook.*

About the presenter:

Leanne Butler is one of the authors of Cambridge Senior Mathematics for Queensland: Essential Mathematics Units 1 & 2. Leanne is Curriculum Leader of Mathematics at Downlands College in Toowoomba and has 28 years’ teaching experience across all levels from Years 7 to 12 in South East Queensland and NSW. She has a keen interest in helping students overcome their apprehension towards maths by exploring how they learn and finding real life relevance for simple and complex maths concepts.

ADDRESS
Redeemer Lutheran College
745 Rochedale Rd
Rochedale
QLD 4123
DATE
Thursday 2nd August
TIME
3:45pm – Registrations 4:00pm – Presentation 4:55pm – Digital platform presentation 5:20pm –Prize draw
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(QLD) Teaching Methodology for a New HPE Syllabus Tues 7th Aug, Coomera

By Ross Stewart

• Are you interested in seeing the new syllabus in action? 

• Would you like to extend your ability to develop and implement integrated learning experiences?

• Is tactical awareness, ethics and integrity subject matter that you wish to know more about?

Join Ross Stewart for a workshop that will provide a snapshot of the learning your students can enjoy throughout the new Queensland Physical Education Syllabus. Ross will showcase “Engage-in” and “Active Investigation” activities to demonstrate how the new resource, Senior Physical Education for Queensland, can assist you in meeting the syllabus objectives and bring student learning from the pages to the performance environment. 

Delegates will receive a free copy of Senior Physical Education for Queensland for attending*.    

About the presenter:

Ross Stewart has been teaching PE in Queensland for 20 years. He has been Physical Education State Review Panel Chair for the past 8 years and has been involved in syllabus writing and reviewing throughout his career. As a published author, Ross has experience in writing texts for Queensland students and has produced teaching and learning resources for the QCAA. Ross was Chief Assessor for Queensland during the Physical Education trials for Endorsement.

ADDRESS
Coomera Anglican College
8 Days Rd
Upper Commera
QLD 4209
DATE
Tuesday 7th August
TIME
3.45pm: Registration/afternoon tea 4pm: Workshop 5.15pm: Prize draw
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(QLD) Teaching Methodology for a New HPE Syllabus Thurs 9th Aug, Clayfield

Presented by Ross Stewart

• Are you interested in seeing the new syllabus in action? 

• Would you like to extend your ability to develop and implement integrated learning experiences?

• Is tactical awareness, ethics and integrity subject matter that you wish to know more about?

Join Ross Stewart for a workshop that will provide a snapshot of the learning your students can enjoy throughout the new Queensland Physical Education Syllabus. Ross will showcase “Engage-in” and “Active Investigation” activities to demonstrate how the new resource, Senior Physical Education for Queensland, can assist you in meeting the syllabus objectives and bring student learning from the pages to the performance environment. 

Delegates will receive a free copy of Senior Physical Education for Queensland for attending*.    

About the presenter:

Ross Stewart has been teaching PE in Queensland for 20 years. He has been Physical Education State Review Panel Chair for the past 8 years and has been involved in syllabus writing and reviewing throughout his career. As a published author, Ross has experience in writing texts for Queensland students and has produced teaching and learning resources for the QCAA. Ross was Chief Assessor for Queensland during the Physical Education trials for Endorsement.

ADDRESS
Clayfield College
23 Gregory Street
Clayfield
QLD 4011
DATE
Thursday 9th August
TIME
3.45pm: Registration/afternoon tea 4pm: Workshop 5.15pm: Prize draw
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(VIC) VCE Accounting: Making sense of the new Study Design, Thurs 26th July, Preston

Presented by Anthony Simmons

In this workshop Anthony will explore the changes to the VCE Accounting Study Design and present his approach to teaching and learning within the new framework.

By attending this workshop, you will:

• Understand the applications of the new qualitative characteristics and accounting assumptions.

• Learn how to utilise the new source documents.

• Learn approaches to recording without special journals.

• Look at inventory cards: Identified cost and FIFO.

• Investigate incorporating financial analysis and decision making.

• Examine ethical considerations of accounting.

• Receive a complimentary textbook*

About the presenter:

Anthony Simmons is Head of McNab House at Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School. Having spent over 20 years as a teacher of VCE Accounting, he has made important contributions to the understanding of how students learn the discipline of Accounting, and how that should influence the way in which the subject is taught. Anthony has been an examination assessor for many years and was also involved in writing and reviewing the VCE curriculum (including this Study Design).

*Free book conditions:each delegate will receive one complimentary copy of VCE Accounting Units 1&2 or VCE Accounting Units 3&4 for attending. These will be provided on publication. 

ADDRESS
Darebin Arts Centre
Corner Bell St and St Georges Rd
Preston
VIC 3072
DATE
Thursday 26th July
TIME
4:15pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4:30-5:15 pm – Workshop 5:15pm – Prize draw
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(VIC) VCE Accounting: Making sense of the new Study Design, Wed 8th Aug, Glen Waverley

Presented by Anthony Simmons

In this workshop Anthony will explore the changes to the VCE Accounting Study Design and present his approach to teaching and learning within the new framework.

By attending this workshop, you will:

• Understand the applications of the new qualitative characteristics and accounting assumptions.

• Learn how to utilise the new source documents.

• Learn approaches to recording without special journals.

• Look at inventory cards: Identified cost and FIFO.

• Investigate incorporating financial analysis and decision making.

• Examine ethical considerations of accounting.

• Receive a complimentary textbook*

About the presenter:

Anthony Simmons is Head of McNab House at Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School. Having spent over 20 years as a teacher of VCE Accounting, he has made important contributions to the understanding of how students learn the discipline of Accounting, and how that should influence the way in which the subject is taught. Anthony has been an examination assessor for many years and was also involved in writing and reviewing the VCE curriculum (including this Study Design).

*Free book conditions:each delegate will receive one complimentary copy of VCE Accounting Units 1&2 or VCE Accounting Units 3&4 for attending. These will be provided on publication. 

ADDRESS
Glen Waverley Secondary College
39 Sullivan Rd
Glen Waverley
VIC 3150
DATE
Wednesday 8th August
TIME
4:15pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4:30-5:15 pm – Workshop 5:15pm – Prize draw
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(VIC) VCE Accounting: Making sense of the new Study Design, Thurs 2nd Aug, Sunshine

Presented by Anthony Simmons

In this workshop Anthony will explore the changes to the VCE Accounting Study Design and present his approach to teaching and learning within the new framework.

By attending this workshop, you will:

• Understand the applications of the new qualitative characteristics and accounting assumptions.

• Learn how to utilise the new source documents.

• Learn approaches to recording without special journals.

• Look at inventory cards: Identified cost and FIFO.

• Investigate incorporating financial analysis and decision making.

• Examine ethical considerations of accounting.

• Receive a complimentary textbook*

Please note that parking onsite is $2 for 2 hours or $5.50 for the whole day.

About the presenter:

Anthony Simmons is Head of McNab House at Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School. Having spent over 20 years as a teacher of VCE Accounting, he has made important contributions to the understanding of how students learn the discipline of Accounting, and how that should influence the way in which the subject is taught. Anthony has been an examination assessor for many years and was also involved in writing and reviewing the VCE curriculum (including this Study Design).

*Free book conditions:each delegate will receive one complimentary copy of VCE Accounting Units 1&2 or VCE Accounting Units 3&4 for attending. These will be provided on publication.

ADDRESS
Victoria University
Sunshine Campus, 460 Ballarat Rd
Sunshine
VIC 3020
DATE
Thursday 2nd August
TIME
4:15pm – Registration/Afternoon Tea 4:30-5:15 pm – Workshop 5:15pm – Prize draw
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(VIC) Mathematics Professional Development Workshop, Wed Aug 1, Kew

Presented by David Greenwood, Sara Woolley & Bryn Humberstone

Join the authors of the Essential Mathematics series and attend two of the following presentations:

1. Key features of Essential Maths – resources at your fingertips presented by David Greenwood

2. Algorithmic thinking – Victorian Curriculum content presented by Sara Woolley

3. Key digital resources -  Videos and Desmos interactives presented by Bryn Humberstone

The presentations on each topic will run concurrently in session 1 and repeat in session 2 allowing delegates to choose to attend two presentations. Presentations run for 25 minutes each.

About the presenters:

David Greenwood is Head of Mathematics at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne and has more than 20 years experience teaching maths from Years 7 to 12. He has run numerous workshops within Australia and overseas regarding the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and the use of technology for the teaching of mathematics. He has written more than 20 mathematics titles and has a particular interest in the sequencing of curriculum content and working with the Australian Curriculum proficiency strands.

Sara Woolley was born and educated in Tasmania. She completed an Honours degree in mathematics at the University of Tasmania before completing her education training at the University of Melbourne. She has taught mathematics in Victoria from Years 7 to 12 since 2006 and has a keen interest in the creation of resources that cater for a wide range of ability levels.

Bryn Humberstone graduated from University of Melbourne with an Honours degree in Pure Mathematics, is currently teaching both junior and senior mathematics in Victoria and is the Head of Mathematics (Senior School) at Caulfield Grammar School Wheelers Hill. Bryn is particularly passionate about writing engaging mathematical investigations and effective assessment tasks for students with a variety of backgrounds and ability levels.

• Each delegate will receive one complimentary textbook from the Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum or Essential Mathematics GOLD for the Australian Curriculum Second Edition for attending. Limit of 2 per school.

ADDRESS
Ruyton Girls' School
12 Selbourne Rd
Key
VIC 3101
DATE
Wednesday 1st August
TIME
4:15pm – Registration/afternoon tea 4:30pm – Session 1 5:00pm – Session 2 5:30pm – Question time/door prize
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(VIC) Mathematics Professional Development Workshop, Thurs 9th Aug, Keilor

Presented by David Greenwood, Sara Woolley & Bryn Humberstone

Join the authors of the Essential Mathematics series and attend two of the following presentations:

1. Key features of Essential Maths – resources at your fingertips presented by David Greenwood

2. Algorithmic thinking – Victorian Curriculum content presented by Sara Woolley

3. Key digital resources -  Videos and Desmos interactives presented by Bryn Humberstone

The presentations on each topic will run concurrently in session 1 and repeat in session 2 allowing delegates to choose to attend two presentations. Presentations run for 25 minutes each.

About the presenters:

David Greenwood is Head of Mathematics at Trinity Grammar School in Melbourne and has more than 20 years experience teaching maths from Years 7 to 12. He has run numerous workshops within Australia and overseas regarding the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and the use of technology for the teaching of mathematics. He has written more than 20 mathematics titles and has a particular interest in the sequencing of curriculum content and working with the Australian Curriculum proficiency strands.

Sara Woolley was born and educated in Tasmania. She completed an Honours degree in mathematics at the University of Tasmania before completing her education training at the University of Melbourne. She has taught mathematics in Victoria from Years 7 to 12 since 2006 and has a keen interest in the creation of resources that cater for a wide range of ability levels.

Bryn Humberstone graduated from University of Melbourne with an Honours degree in Pure Mathematics, is currently teaching both junior and senior mathematics in Victoria and is the Head of Mathematics (Senior School) at Caulfield Grammar School Wheelers Hill. Bryn is particularly passionate about writing engaging mathematical investigations and effective assessment tasks for students with a variety of backgrounds and ability levels.

• Each delegate will receive one complimentary textbook from the Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum or Essential Mathematics GOLD for the Australian Curriculum Second Edition for attending. Limit of 2 per school.

ADDRESS
Overnewton Anglican Community College
2-30 Overnewton Rd
Keilor
VIC 3036
DATE
Thursday 9th August
TIME
4:15pm – Registration/afternoon tea 4:30pm – Session 1 5:00pm – Session 2 5:30pm – Question time/door prize
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