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Course aim

To develop students’ understandings of teaching science and mathematics using an integrated approach appropriate for students in the middle years.

Course content

Models of middle schooling and their impact on mathematics and science teaching; integrated approaches to teaching mathematics and science; cross discipline, trans discipline and interdisciplinary approaches; how different curriculum documents, e.g. SACSA framework and International Baccalaureate, shape middle years science and mathematics.

Teaching method

Internal, Mawson Lakes
Workshop3 hours x 9 weeks

Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.


Internal, Mawson Lakes
Workshop activities: continuous assessment800 words15%N/A
Group presentationN/A20%20 minutes
Unit of work2500 words65%N/A


EFTSL*: 0.1250
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