Date Monday 13 July
Time 10am – 1pm
Over the last ten years there has been a significant shift in how investigations are written and presented to students.
The syllabus states:
Students use the mathematical thinking process and the statistical investigation process to plan, research, conduct and communicate, the findings of an investigation/project. They can investigate problems identifying the underlying mathematics, or select, adapt and apply models and procedures to solve problems. This assessment type provides for the assessment of the mathematical thinking process and statistical investigation process using course-related knowledge and modelling skills.
During this workshop participants will explore how to tweak existing investigations and marking keys. Brainstorm possible topics and explore in small groups expanding ideas to investigations.
This workshop will be available face-to-face and virtually. All presenter handouts will be provided to all attendees.
Presenter – Brook Johns
Organiser – Paula McMahon