NZAMT January Writing Camp

NZAMT is inviting expression of interest  from teachers to take part in  the January Writing Camp. This is where the secure NZAMT internals are generated each year.

Tuesday the 7th to Friday the 10th of January 2020, Auckland.

These four days are great Professional Development for teachers and a chance to connect with colleagues from across the country.

Sub groups focus on each of the levels 1 to 3 – Groups work together to create a set of tasks, reviewing and moderating them against the standard ready for uploadingto the secure NZAMT site

Numbers are limited and knowledge of mathematics in the NZ curriculum is essential. Some experience in the areas of writing is beneficial but we welcome newcomers with curriculum knowledge.

Travel, accommodation, meals and great company thrown in.

If interested please complete an expression of interest form by the 14th of October.

If you can’t make it to the camp  and would like to contribute – starter ideas for tasks,  partly written tasks or  secure tasks you trialed in school – NZAMT would love to hear from you. email (Enable Javascript to see the email address)

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