AIZ Maths eBook Boxes Theresa Hsieh & Kim MitchellPresentation adapted from DEECDDora Warlond and Cara McCarthy<br />
Learning intentions<br />To develop an understanding of how to use the Ebook boxes and Ultranet in planning and teaching o...
About the Mathematics eBookboxes<br /><ul><li>VELS Level 5 – complete set available shortly
Available in Design Space and Learning Tasks
VELS Level 4 and Level 6 eBookboxes in development for publication in June</li></li></ul><li>Key Design Aspects of the eBo...
Key Design Aspects of the eBookboxes<br /><ul><li>Connections and coherence - structured by key concepts (work against iso...
Questions<br /><ul><li>Who would benefit form these resources at your school?
Who would use it?
Why would you use these resources?
When would be the best time to use the maths ebook boxes?
Where would I fit this into my lesson planning/curriculum?
Where does this AIZ Professional Learning fit in my school’s Professional Learning Plan?
What needs to change?
How will your teaching practice change?
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  • Elaborated boxes, as you will see, are fully sequenced, include non-digital as well as digital resources, and have detailed teacher notes. Standard eBookboxes are not sequenced, they contain only digital resources, and they only have brief teacher notes.
  • The front end of every eBookbox contains key ideas, learning goals and focus questions, a summary of the learning that is needed before beginning the box, as well as the learning students will be able to move on to after completing the box. The relevant elements of the VELS standard are also provided. Also included are details of the common misunderstandings and suggested teaching strategies and activities.Work to support and improve teachers pedagogical knowledge by bringing together and integrating research based support material for teachers. For example DEECD initiatives such as e5, key support materials such as the Mathematics Developmental Continuum P-10, SNMY project, Assessment for Common Misunderstandings and many others which can be found on the DEECD website.
  • Put in teaching and learning cycle
  • Each box is organised around key conceptsin maths. This map shows the connectedness of the eBookboxes through vertical and horizontal linkages.Informed by research based developmental maps. Change this ebookboxe
  • Diagnostic tasks provide information about where students are at within a particular area. Using this and student data from within the Ultranet teachers can plan to support students - teachers can assign different learning tasks /tasks from different eBookboxes to different students.
  • Integrating online maths journals in each eBookbox for student reflection.Teacher notes provide advice on collaborative learning, discussion and reflection for many learning activities. Ultranet tools make it possible for students to collaborate on their learning in an online environment such as setting up a class blog or wiki in Collaborative Learning Space- this hasn’t been available before.
  • DEECD has purchased Young Digital Planet (YDP) content, Wolfram Mathematica, Mathletics resources – integrated into eBookboxes. Importance of difference between standard and elaborated eBookboxes. Sequence, scaffolding and non-digital resources provided in elaborated eBookboxes. Standard eBookboxes have wider range of digital resources to choose from, but not sequenced, no teacher notes and not blended with non-digital resources.
  • Here is an example of a Blog set up in Collaborative Learning Space from NMR maths template
  • Maths ebook boxes presentation

    1. 1. AIZ Maths eBook Boxes Theresa Hsieh & Kim MitchellPresentation adapted from DEECDDora Warlond and Cara McCarthy<br />
    2. 2. Learning intentions<br />To develop an understanding of how to use the Ebook boxes and Ultranet in planning and teaching of Mathematics<br />Twitter : #aizumaths<br />
    3. 3. About the Mathematics eBookboxes<br /><ul><li>VELS Level 5 – complete set available shortly
    4. 4. Available in Design Space and Learning Tasks
    5. 5. VELS Level 4 and Level 6 eBookboxes in development for publication in June</li></li></ul><li>Key Design Aspects of the eBookboxes<br /><ul><li> Pedagogical content knowledge – research, DEECD initiatives and existing support materials</li></ul> Online Interviews - Mathematics and Fractions / Decimals<br />SMART Tests<br /> Scaffolding Numeracy in the Middle Years (SNMY)<br /> Assessment for Common Misunderstandings<br />
    6. 6.
    7. 7. Key Design Aspects of the eBookboxes<br /><ul><li>Connections and coherence - structured by key concepts (work against isolated, topic-based units)</li></li></ul><li>Joining the Maths ebook boxes space<br />Log in the Ultranet<br />Go to Design Space<br /> Click on available design space tab<br />Type in 66512121 in search windowclick<br />Go to Action tab <br />Click on Join<br />
    8. 8. Questions<br /><ul><li>Who would benefit form these resources at your school?
    9. 9. Who would use it?
    10. 10. Why would you use these resources?
    11. 11. When would be the best time to use the maths ebook boxes?
    12. 12. Where would I fit this into my lesson planning/curriculum?
    13. 13. Where does this AIZ Professional Learning fit in my school’s Professional Learning Plan?
    14. 14. What needs to change?
    15. 15. How will your teaching practice change?
    16. 16. How will your classroom change?
    17. 17. What resources do I need to create this change?
    18. 18. What do I need to do to enable this change? </li></li></ul><li>Key Design Aspects of the eBookboxes<br /><ul><li>Differentiation</li></li></ul><li>Key Design Aspects of the eBookboxes<br /><ul><li> Students as active and collaborative learners</li></ul>Online Maths Journal<br />Class Blog<br />Class Wiki<br />Set up a Collaborative space in the Ultranet for students<br />
    19. 19. Key Design Aspects of the eBookboxes<br /><ul><li>Using quality digital resources</li></li></ul><li>
    20. 20. Joining the NMR Maths template<br />Log in the Ultranet<br />Go to Collaborative Space <br /> Click on available Collaborative space tab<br />Type in NMR maths in search windowclick<br />Go to Action tab <br />Click on Join<br />
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    22. 22. Reflection<br />How does it connect with what you are doing already?<br />How does it challenge your thinking?<br />How does it extend your thinking?<br />Hsieh.theresa.t@edumail.vic.gov.au<br />Mitchell.kim.s@edumail.vic.gov.au<br />

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