Integrating ICT into the new

Mathematics Syllabus 7-10

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Miller Education Technology Centre

Thursday, July 18th, 8:30am to Friday, July 19th, 3pm

Shropshire Street

Miller, NSW

Miller Education Technology Centre (Inside the grounds of Miller Public School)

Shropshire St, Miller

Parking is on the street.

Do you need more ideas on how to implement the new Mathematics syllabus for 2014?

Have you had a chance to look at the new NSW Mathematics Syllabus?

The delivery of ICT capabilities in the new syllabus can ensure the successful implementation of the new Mathematics syllabus in your school setting.

This project will give you the skills, ideas and confidence to create assessment tasks, teaching programs and effective feedback required for student success in Mathematics.

The new Mathematics Syllabus requires teachers to think more creatively and innovately to allow their students to do the same as well as work collaboratively, improve communication, and to allow for critical thinking. Within this project, teachers will cover all these areas and have an assessment task and start a teaching program that allows for this.

Who is this course for?

Department of Education and Communities Employees only.

This course will show you how to successfully integrate ICT into the new NSW Mathematics Syllabus.

7 - 10 Mathematics teachers only due to its implementation requirement in 2014.

A Mathematics teacher or Head Teacher who will take back to school the new assessment tasks and teaching programs to be implemented for 2013.

Use the device your school uses (T4L machine, tablet or DER laptop) to its full potential and start your students on the road to successful ICT practice.

What will you do during the two days?

  1. Identify what your needs are to ensure the successful implementation of the new Mathematics syllabus.
  2. Create at least one assessment task with an ICT capability focus.
  3. Model this assessment task for students.
  4. Start at least one teaching program for this assessment task integrating many ICT capabilities.
  5. Learn ICT skills appropriate for teaching Mathematics - skills for teachers and skills for students.
  6. Use the BOS program builder as an example of how to implement the new Mathematics Syllabus.

How to register


30 spots available.

Registration through MyPL@edu

Event URL:

Or search the Event ID in MyPL: 61288

What to do BEFORE the course:

1. Have an idea of what your faculty needs and has agreed upon.

2. Your current units of work

3. Current scope and sequence

4. A laptop with wifi capability

5. A laptop with the new Mathematics Syllabus saved on it or a hard copy

Create the following Web2.0 accounts if you don't have one already:

  • Google/Gmail (to use Google Apps such as Docs, Drive etc)
  • Edmodo
  • Popplet or

Hints for creating Web2.0 accounts:

  • Use the same username for all your Web2.0 accounts
  • Don't use the same password as your banking one
  • Write down your usernames and passwords (or keep it in your Evernote account)

Survey to complete before the course

On the first day ask part of the project we are asking you to present in 5 minutes a successful Mathematics lesson you have delivered. It is just an informal discussion - no PowerPoint necessary :)

Just a show and tell!

Please complete the following survey so we can organise you into groups beforehand:

What is expected of me after the course?

  1. Attendance of an informal Video Conference using Adobe Connect at a negotiated date and time for reflection and feedback of some of the techniques used during the project and its results back at school.
  2. Completion of the assessment task and teaching program for sharing with other teachers.

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