Considering the interim report on the review of curriculum conducted by the NSW Education and Standards Authority (NESA), and putting it into a broader context.
It’s that time of the year again when primary teachers shift their focus to collating assessment data to write end of semester reports to parents. So how do we make judgements in mathematics? And what does ‘high’ or ‘outstanding’ look and sound like in mathematics?
A reflection on NESA’s My Teaching Impact PL that was broadcast as a live webinar panel discussing current issues in teaching.