Resources for Curriculum leaders


Does A to E grading show individual growth and progress?


Tags: testing, assessment, long articles






Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research, says A to E grading doesn't tell the whole story when it comes to student achievement. Teacher editor Jo Earp sat down with him to discuss possible alternatives, and what they would mean in practice for educators, students and parents.
Jo Earp: You've written a couple of articles recently about the limitations of A to E grading. Can you talk our readers through what the alternative looks like? Click here

PEARSON





The Teaching Channel

Units of Work:

Integrating with the Australian Curriculum 2011

Differentiation Projects 2011

Personal and Social Competence Project 2011

Asia and the Australian Curriculum
Assessment

Reporting

Australian Curriculum Information for Implementation Update 2012

Australian Curriculum Update - 2011 Activities & 2012 Plans

Reporting FAQs

Trainer Program for Curriculum Leaders - 2012 Materials (Zip file - 1.96 MB)

Australian Curriculum Achievement Standards

Interpreting and Implementing the Australian Curriculum - History

Principals' Briefings on Australian Curriculum - Semester 1, 2012 - Slide show and Handout

Science Heads of Department Network Day, August 2011 Video and Slideshow

Technology/Pedagogy


EDUTECH 2014

QCAA STANDARD ELABORATIONS
**Standards elaborations**
ISQ PROGRESSION POINTS FOR ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS
English Progression Points - Word documents

Maths Progression Points - Word documents