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This course provides pre-service teachers with an introduction to theories and pedagogies for teaching Mathematics in the New Zealand primary school context. The course introduces knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to successfully plan, teach and evaluate the Mathematics and statistics learning areas of the New Zealand Curriculum (2007). The course also aims to prepare students for further study in higher-level courses and will complement learning in other courses in the Bachelor of Teaching and Learning, including Professional Practice.
*Please note this course is only available to initial teacher education students. To enrol in this course you need to be accepted and enrolled in one of our Initial Teacher Education programmes.
On the successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:1. Analyse and critically select resources that reflect an understanding of pedagogical and cultural influences for mathematics teaching, learning and assessment.2. Construct effective learning episodes for primary school children which demonstrate a critical understanding of, and the ability to use, the content and philosophy of the mathematics and statistics learning area of The New Zealand Curriculum (2007).3. Develop appropriate assessment methods for mathematics teaching and learning episodes.4. Research and demonstrate the development of mathematical concepts from Level 1 to Level 4 in the New Zealand Curriculum (2007).5. Identify and use ICT resources and pedagogy related to mathematics teaching and learning.6. Identify how to embed aspects of the cultural competencies as outlined in Tātaiako when teaching and learning mathematics.7. Compare, analyse and appraise mathematical issues in the New Zealand primary classroom setting.
NB: The score for both assignments will be added to get the final mark and grade
Required Texts: You will need to purchase a copy of: R. Averill, & R. Harvey (Eds), Teaching primary school mathematics and statistics: evidence- based practice (pp. 197- 206). Wellington, New Zealand: NZCER press.Cost approximately $53:00 from UBS Please download a copy of Tātaiako or bring your own copy:Tātaiako - Cultural competencies for teachers of Māori learners. You are required to download a copy of this document from www.minedu.govt.mz/the Ministry/EducationInitiatives/Tātaioki.aspxAnthony,G & Walshaw,M. (2010). Effective pedagogy in mathematics. Educational Practices series 19. Geneva. The International Academy of Education.Recommended reading:R. Averill (Ed.), Mathematics and statistics in the middle years: Evidence and practice (pp. 99-115). Wellington, New Zealand.Boaler, J., Munson,M., & Williams, C., (2018). Mindset mathematics: visualising and investigating big ideas (Grade 3). Jossey Bass.Boaler, J., Munson, M., & Williams, C., (2017). Mindset mathematics: visualising and investigating big ideas (Grade 4). Jossey Bass.Boaler, J., Munson, M., & Williams, C., (2018). Mindset mathematics: visualising and investigating big ideas (Grade 5). Jossey Bass.Boaler, J., Munson, M., & Williams, C., (2021). Mindset mathematics: visualising and investigating big ideas (Grade 1). Jossey Bass.Liljedahl, P., (2021). Building thinking classrooms in mathematics:14 teaching practices for enhancing learning; Corwin. Sullivan, Peter; Challenging maths tasks: unlocking the potential of all students; Oxford University Press. 2018Sullivan, Peter,1948-, Lilburn, Pat; Open-ended maths activities: using 'good' questions to enhance learning; Oxford University Press, 2017.Websites:https://nzmaths.co.nz/https://nrich.maths.org/
Domestic fee $821.00
International fee $3,750.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
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