Sunday, 05 May 2013 | 0 Comments
‘Tis the season to be programming.
Teachers in NSW are currently programming for the New NSW K–10 syllabuses for the Australian curriculum in Mathematics. (Of course, teachers in other states have already implemented the Australian Curriculum) As all these teachers are programming and collecting resources, I’ve updated MathsLinks and MathsFaculty with the outcomes from this new syllabus.
I hope as you find a resource for the new syllabus that you can submit the link on MathsLinks and reference it with the new outcomes.
If you create a new resource, MathsFaculty would be a great place to share it, again uploaded resources can be linked to the new outcomes.
For those outside of NSW, you can also browse by Australian Curriculum outcomes.
And, if a link on MathsLinks is not correctly categorised please help align this link – see the screenshot.
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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