WHAT RESEARCH IS A LEARNING PLACE A TEACHING PLACE BASED ON?
A Learning Place A Teaching Place provides rigorous mathematics teaching and learning based on current learning research.
HOW CAN I MANAGE THE CHANGE PROCESS?
There are an enormous number of resources at A Learning Place A Teaching Place! While these resources include teaching plans, videos, investigations and problem solving, the real purpose of A Learning Place A Teaching Place is Teacher Professional learning! Professional learning is intended to change understanding and pedagogy! The change process takes time – and can involve feelings of concern! The Concerns-based Adoption Model of Change (CBAM) can help us to navigate this process!
HOW DOES ALPATP COVER THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM AND NSW SYLLABUS?
ALPATP is the creation of an Australian Education Department Maths Consultant and Education Board Syllabus and Support Documents Writer, you can be sure the resources cover both the Australian Curriculum and NSW Syllabus. (Read more)
HOW DOES ALPATP CONCEPT LEVELS FIT IN WITH THE NSW NUMERACY CONTINUUM?
Both the NSW Numeracy Continuum and the concept sequence levels at ALPATP outline a progression of learning that can be used when observing students working on problems in mathematics. (Read more)
WHAT ARE THE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TEN AND ALPATP?
TEN is an intervention program designed to provide support for students experiencing substantial difficulty in learning numeracy in the early years. ALPATP is a K-6 Mathematics Resource to provide relational understanding and metalanguage for all students, including those experiencing substantial difficulty in learning numeracy in the early years. (Read more)
WHAT ARE THE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TOWN AND ALPATP?
TOWN is a whole-class intervention initiative which focuses on improving numeracy skills of students in the upper primary years identified as not performing at expected stage level. ALPATP provides whole class resources focused on develop relational understanding of maths concepts, including in students in the upper primary years identified as not performing at expected stage level. (Read more)
WHY AM I UNABLE TO ACCESS ALL OF THE SITE?
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