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Transcript of PL 13/7/2017
What you see...
depending upon your
Tell me about a time when you were really inspired by what you were learning
If you could decide what was taught at school, what is something you would love to learn about?
How do you know how you are going in your learning?
Can you share with me how this was a great unit of work and how the design contributed to its success?
When you are involved in designing a unit of work, what do you always consider as part of the process?
What do you think enables teachers to design excellent units of work?
Can you share how this document guides your curriculum leadership and how it was developed?
What are finding is enabling you to lead well
what gets in the way of you leading well?
If you could design your role to work in the way you think would be best, what would you change?
Get me to
Each envelope contains the same sized pieces of paper
Each piece of paper is a fraction of a whole
Take turns to place a piece down until a whole is made
The last to put down a piece of paper is out
Keep playing until there is one winner
I have a certain amount of money in my pocket
You have eight questions you can ask me to find out how much I have
After eight questions you can guess
in my pocket
Two volunteers come to the front of the room
One is given a calculator, the other must use
The first to 3 points is the winner
Each group is to list as many questions as they can think of in 3 minutes
The answer must be 13
The group with the highest number of unique questions wins
The answer is
what's the question?
Working in pairs, with one calculator for each pair
Enter a 5 digit number
Challenge your partner to change one digit in one operation
Score a point if you succeed, your partner scores a point if you miss the mark
17 + 25
136 - 92
16 x 5
112 ÷ 25
+ + 0.25
(to one decimal place)
Peter Sullivan - VCAA, Vic Curriculum
1. Sort the verbs into proficiencies
2. Order the verbs by complexity
3. List 5 examples of LI using verbs
- the class
- observe the
- observe the
we are learning to...
a number a prime number
a unit of work of at least
Build the unit around the
area - Time (Measurement)
current Maths planner
a new one
Reform level/ASPIRE teams
Share your experiences
Review the unit designed
After considering these perspectives on curriculum today, what is the next best step for our team?
3 mins each
7 Rs new
shared google doc - take notes during sharing
- rank 7 Rs most to least evident
- copy rankings to summary page
is there a difference?
what does the curriculum say?
what does the research say?
Thank you for a