These are a set of diagnostic interview assessments for numeracy to use as a check-in with students.
What are we doing? What are we thinking? Concentrating on the processes gives us a frame for recording these challenging times.
Working with poetry can be a feature in our study of language and literature. March 21 is designated annual ‘World Poetry Day’, by UNESCO, and is a great opportunity to dive right in to exploring this aspect of our curriculum, and the languages of our classrooms.
A fun game to develop multiplicative thinking.
Students need a ‘Tier 2’ vocabulary, the knowledge and understanding of words that is required for success in the classroom. Here’s how to provide strategies for students to engage with this vocabulary.
Letter-writing is a significant element of our current and future literacy expertise. For young children, the writing and receiving of a letter is a visible social application of the power of communication, and the skills required.
A collection of images to use to start classroom mathematics conversations with students based around the questions: What do you notice? What do you wonder?
Sharing poems introduces new learners to words working together to make new meaning.
A companion resource to the Four Corners “DigiKids” report that went to air on Monday 11th November at 8.30pm.
This is a companion document for the Content Clusters. It includes all clusters for all Stages in the one document and a table showing how concepts are linked and develop across stages. This may be helpful for teachers who teach across stages or in multi-stage classes.