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Maths_Symposium_020210Bill Lynch

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Project Maths  – improving understanding Bill Lynch, NCCA Mathematics Symposium – 2 Feb 2010
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2 Brief overview and background Previous developments in maths education Issues in mathematics education; consultation Research – international trends in maths education Proposals for change; implications Project Maths a different model of curriculum and assessment change changing teaching and learning practice
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3 Wider context of change School completion targets Access to and participation in third level Junior cycle and senior cycle changes focus on the learner, on understanding and skills Key Skills role of assessment; recent developments Needs of society Ireland and the knowledge economy
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4 Senior Cycle   Key Skills Framework
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5 Changing the change process Traditional model of curriculum change centralised development and implementation/support Project Maths approach school-based initiative;  teachers involved in the change lesson development and adaptation/refinement feedback to curriculum development process incremental revisions to syllabuses  assessment reinforcing the changed approach
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