Implementing the NSW Mathematics Syllabus 7–10 (2022): Challenges and opportunities
Join expert teacher and presenter, Karen Bellamy, as she outlines the key features of the new NSW Mathematics Syllabus 7–10 (2022) and shares a range of practical strategies and resources designed to help set your students up for success in secondary mathematics!
This session will include:
- a concise overview of the key changes to the structure and content of the NSW Mathematics Syllabus 7–10 (2022)
- practical tips and advice for planning and implementing the new syllabus successfully
- a range of strategies for addressing gaps in student knowledge, correcting common misconceptions, reducing maths anxiety, and offering personalised learning pathways for each student in mixed-ability classrooms
- a demonstration of the features and digital resources offered in Oxford’s brand-new series – Oxford Maths 7–10 NSW Curriculum (including a range of fully integrated STEAM projects at each year level that enable consistent, hassle-free, cross-curricular learning).
All workshop attendees will receive ONE complimentary print Student Book (with digital access) of their choice from Oxford’s brand-new series – Oxford Maths 7–10 NSW Curriculum (available from September 2023). *Terms and conditions apply
Key features of the Student Books include:
- a key terms list for mathematical literacy
- one-page chapter summaries
- learning intention checklists.
Attendees will also receive a selection of editable teacher planning and assessment support resources, including:
- teacher notes
- teaching programs
- investigations and class tests
- worked solutions for every exercise.
Tuesday 20 June - Chatswood
Wednesday 21 June - Blacktown
Thursday 22 June - Bankstown
Registrations & afternoon tea | 3:45pm
Workshop | 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Meet the series consultant and presenter
Relieving Head Teacher, Mathematics, Aurora College
Karen is an experienced NSW Mathematics teacher, teaching since 2004. Over the past six years, she has been the Head Teacher of Mathematics in both a terrestrial and virtual high schools. Karen is an AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Teacher in Mathematics, having attended several Summer Institutes and has presented at the MANSW Annual Conference.
Karen holds a bachelor’s degree in teaching, as well as a Master of Educational Studies, where her thesis focused on "Students Retention in Mathematics". Her special interest lies in student retention of mathematical skills and building students’ mathematics mindset.
* Complimentary resources will be provided upon publication. Only available to practising secondary school teachers. One complimentary title per attendee, to be distributed at the discretion of OUP educational consultants.