8.15-8.40 REGISTRATION ( Common Room Founder’s Building )
8.45-9.00 INTRODUCTION: Peter Goetze -Director of IB, Trinity Grammar
9.00-10.00 “Curiosity killed the cat.” Dr Chris Longhurst
Is creativity lost in education particularly in mathematics education? Have mathematics classrooms killed creativity?
Too often we concentrate on the final product, that is passing the exam rather than acquiring an appreciation of mathematics and developing creativity. Dr Chris Longhurst proposes that we can do both and also have our students enjoying their experiences of mathematics. He will give lots of examples of simple ways we can engage our students in the subject of mathematics and introduce us to some of the ideas from the famous educationalist Sir Ken Robinson. He will then lead us into techniques for creating problem-solving and visualization strategies using technology.
10.00-10.25 Morning Tea. (Terrace Room)
10.25-12.00 Some important insights into the marking of IB Maths?
Mr Ed Habkouk. (Head of Mathematics, Trinity Grammar School)
12.00-12.45 Lunch. (Terrace Room)
12.45-3.10 Portfolios HL/SL: Development of solutions of upcoming portfolios 2012/2013 and sharing of solutions of current portfolios 2011/2012
Studies : Projects: Focus on marking of projects and linking of criteria
Option 1 HL………..Robert Emmett
Option 2 SL……….. Libby Busch
Option 3 Studies…….Doug Vass
Participants are asked to bring a copy of the relevant syllabus, and where applicable, copies of resources that they have used with success and a few samples of portfolio/projects of varying standard.
The main focus of the day will be internal assessments.
|Person||Carol Geddes, IB Maths Coordinator|
|Phone||(02) 9581 6006|
|Fax||(02) 9799 9449|
Trinity Grammar School, 119 Prospect Road, Summer Hill, NSW, 2130
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