Numeracy Lead Teachers Day 2010 Resources

Keynote Speaker One: Chanda Pinsent


Keynote Title: Using Assessment as a Springboard to Inquiry. Chanda Pinsent is currently a maths co-teacher at Carterton School, and an independent maths adviser in the Wairarapa. She has worked as a senior primary teacher, numeracy facilitator and researcher, and teacher education lecturer. Right now she is pretty sure it's all about place value.

The keynote address will explore the links between formative assessment and mathematical inquiry using examples from Chanda's own classroom practice. These examples include the measurement investigation that created "The Big Map", the place value project that produced "Millions Morning", and the geometry debate that generated " The Giant Angle". In each example, mathematics learning moved outside the classroom and across curriculum learning areas.




Keynote Speaker Two: Jonathan Fisher

Supporting classroom learning and overall teacher judgement with the Assessment Resource Banks: using ARBs as evidence for the National standards. Johnathan Fisher - NZCERJonathan is a researcher and resource developer at NZCER. He has been a member of the Assessment Resource Bank (ARB) item development since 2003, with a particular focus on developing mathematics resources, and classroom-based research about maths, ICT, curriculum, and assessment. His current focus on the ARB mathematics team is on fractional thinking, algebraic patterns, and Numeracy.

This keynote involves a brief introduction to the Assessment Resource Banks, and a look at their purpose. We will also look at the range of ARBs identified that can support teachers with the National standards.An online selector has been constructed for locating relevant ARB resources.

Finally we will explore making teacher judgments using specific examples of students’ strategies from ARB resources.


Connecting the Domains Katrina Day - Rangikura School





Curriculum Plans Viv Thompson - Otago University




Effective Pedagogy in Mathematics


To order Effective Pedagogy in Mathematics/Pangarau - full document:
http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/series/2515/5951

To order Effective Pedagogy in Mathematics/Pagarau- booklet:
http://www.iaoed.org/files/EdPractices_19.pdf

Keeping the Balance Kaye Brunton - Accent Learning



Making a Million! Invesitgating Place Value - Chanda Pinsent - Carterton School




Mathematical Patterns Derek Smith - The Correspondence School



Finding our way around nzmaths! Janine Barnden - Accent Learning




In Step with Numeracy and Literacy Jan Baynes - Accent Learning





Organistion of Resources in the Junior Classroom Paula Hedley - Raumati South School


2009 resources for this course


Peer Coaching Geoff Childs - Accent Learning



Power Point Diagnostic Test (Year 7-9) Sally Kerr - Accent Learning




Rich Mathematical Tasks within Strand Sue Campbell - Accent Learning







Self Review Neil Withington - Accent Learning



Stepping Out Around New Zealand Kirsty Raymer - Accent Learning



Investigative Learning Experiences for Teaching Measurement Robin Averill - Victoria University of Wellington


Teaching Primary School Mathematics and Statistics: Evidence-based Practice - Book by Robin Averill and Roger Harvey
http://www.nzcer.org.nz/default.php?products_id=2605

Tim's Shoes - Normandale School



Ian's Stevens website links 2010:

http://www.christchurchquakemap.co.nz/
http://www2.nzmaths.co.nz/LearningObjects/BF/AdditionBF.htm
http://htwins.net/scale/index.html