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Gladstone Cluster presentation on Make It Count

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Gladstone Cluster presentation on Make It Count

  1. 1. TSSHS
  2. 2. • To develop high expectations of ourselves as teachers and of our Torres Strait and Indigenous students
  3. 3.  Observing and analysing our own teaching through video (Terry and Belinda)  Observing each other and providing feedback (as a Yr 8 staff and with Lisa)  Implementing new techniques such as student whiteboards  Maintaining good pedagogy and continuous PD  Keeping high expectations of all students
  4. 4.  Analysis of past NAPLAN results, OLSAT results and primary school data  Identifying individual and class weaknesses to focus learning outcomes  Targeting mathematical language  Teacher observation
  5. 5. • Know your students • Parent communication (An area for us to improve in?) • Using Maths 300 for learning experiences see unit outline
  6. 6. • Teacher assistant program • Reward systems designed by students • Open discussion on lesson format • Class discussion on mix of individual, paired and group work • Tutor system
  7. 7. • Having fun • Lots of encouragement (reward system, praise, regular feedback at an individual level) • Maths 300 • Make It Count cluster days • Sharing our passion for Maths
  8. 8. • Student portfolios • Naplan results Yr 9 • Video interviews • Individual semester results • Teacher observation of demonstrated success
  9. 9. • Student portfolios • Naplan results Yr 9 • Video interviews • Individual semester results • Teacher observation of demonstrated success

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