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Are your staff wondering what to do for moderation this year?
Principles for A-E assessment and reporting in mathematics exist, but can take hundreds of hours to find, read and condense into a practical format.
This two-day training course provides clear guidelines for teachers, equips leaders to train their own staff, and encourages consistent approaches to assessment and moderation across Partnerships.
To reserve places for your staff:
Scroll to the bottom of the page for course locations and dates. Payment can be made by invoice.
This course provides:
Resources free with this course:
|Clear and consistent guidelines for A-E assessment and reporting (condensed from ACARA, State government and professional association policies, papers, advice and research)
Clear indicators for A-E assessment using the Achievement Standards for each year level
Practical experience designing tasks together and trialling them with real students
Experience calibrating assessment using student sample work with teachers from other schools
Guidelines and practical experiences for running smooth moderation
Understanding of the essential correlations between NAPLAN, PAT M and school reporting requirements
|All slides, notes, samples and background information needed to train your own staff including:
A-E indicators for each year level, written from the Achievement Standards and Content Descriptors
Clear guidelines for assessing the Proficiency Strands, reporting to parents and making “on balance” judgements
Templates for task auditing and design, as well as guidelines for feedback
Online professional development videos to support staff training sessions
Bank of assessment tasks with multiple tasks for each year level – you can use this for your whole school
Student sample work to practise moderation
All course participants will receive a 115 page Assessment and Moderation in Primary Mathematics training manual, worth $59.95 and also available separately. This invaluable resource contains detailed guidance and references as well as simplified work flows – learn more here.
If you cannot attend one of the locations below, please click here to express your interest in future courses or to find out about hosting a course for your Partnership.
Cancellation Policy: Due to very high demand for Kennedy Press professional development, please note that a 50% cancellation fee applies to this booking and no refund will be offered for cancellations less than 48 hours before the booked session. Name changes are permitted at no cost.
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