Royal Australian Mint On the following pages you will find school resources relating the Mint and Australian coins. From the history of our coinage, to the art and technology that goes into producing the change in your pocket. There are a number of activities for each subject. Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Guided Math in First Grade I am hoping this post will help answer some questions I have been asked lately. But let me set us all straight because I am not an expert outside of my own little classroom. This is what works for me this year plain and simple! The breakdown of our math lessons goes as follows: 10 Minute Math Meeting (warm-up) (whole group) This varies daily, but the general idea is that students take out whiteboards and we work on a couple spiraled questions in test taking format. To see more about this click here
Create a Superhero This webquest will have you working with your new table group (groups of 4) to create your own superhero, villain, a poster about them and a comic strip about one of their adventures to present to the class. Each group member will have a different role to play in your work, however some decisions will need to be made as a team. In your group decide who will take on each role. FIRST - as a group: - what will your superhero be called.
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A Love for Teaching: Fast Finisher Done Jar! I found the idea for a "done jar" on pinterest here and fell in love! Now that it is summer I have time to make my own! Save your peanut butter jars, that's what I used and they are perfect! I made two, one for "before lunch" which is our literacy block and one for "after lunch" which is math, social studies and skills. I used Mod Podge to put the colored papers on the popsicle sticks and it worked great! Here is a list of some of the literacy fast finishers: 1. Curriculum Support In NSW primary schools, teaching and learning programs and the assessing and reporting of student achievement relate directly to the learning outcomes and curriculum content of NSW syllabuses in six key learning areas (KLAs). K – 6 syllabuses can be accessed at the Board of Studies website NSW Department of Education and Training policies contain specific curriculum requirements for public schools. These include Curriculum planning and programming, assessing and reporting to parents K-12 to which teachers should refer when preparing their teaching and learning programs. Within the framework of KLA syllabuses and policies, teachers design learning experiences to meet the needs of individual students to help them achieve their potential. This part of our website provides up-to-date and relevant curriculum support for NSW government schools to assist primary teachers in this complex but critical professional task.
ABC Splash More Get your questions ready! Join Kayne Tremills on Wednesday 10 September at 2pm as ABC Splash Live comes face-to-face with real robots! Meet droids and daleks, soccer-playing robots and police bomb-disposal robots. See amazing robots in action and imagine what robots will do in the future. Questions are open now - this is your show - so ask us anything you want to know about robots and robotics! Teacher Brain - Educational Games and Activities This section is for all your Literacy needs - spelling, grammar, phonics and more! These resources are especially valuable for rotating Literacy groups. Hundreds of reading group activities and games for L3 and Daily 5.
Behind the News New voters speak, leaders listen Watch Live, Wednesday 3rd, 1205 AEDST via Facebook.In a twist on a typical Q&A event, our political leaders will be asking the questions and looking for answers from 45 young Australians in Canberra for the annual ABC Heywire Youth Summit. White Ribbon Day A national day to call for an end to violence against women around the world.Watch School Recycling Students from Highbury PS show us what ideas they have to reduce their waste.Watch Music, Count Us In Half a million students across Australia singing the same song at the same time.Watch