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Assignment 1: Mathematical behaviours - Observe, analyse and interpret

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Assignment 1: Mathematical behaviours - Observe, analyse and interpret
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Teaching period 1, 2019
EDU20002: Mathema!cs in Prac!ce
Assessment 1: Mathema!cal behaviours - Observe,
analyse and interpret
Word/time limit: 1200 (+/- 10%)
Weighting: 30%
Due date: 5pm AEST Monday 8 April 2019 (Week 5)
After you have read this information, head over to the Assignment 1 Q&A discussion board to ask any
questions and see what your peers are saying about this assignment.
Assignment overview
The purpose of this team assignment is for you to observe, identify and interpret the mathematical
content in children's natural behaviours.
Related learning outcomes
This assignment assesses the following unit learning outcomes:
1. Describe the difference between mathematics and numeracy in relation to teaching and
learning.
2. Apply an understanding of effective pedagogical approaches in supporting mathematics and
numeracy learning.
Assignment details
This assignment requires you to complete some sections individually, and others in a team. You
will be assessed individually:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Source
Context
Observe
Analyse
Interpret
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6. Peer review
Part A (Individual)
1. Source
Find a child to observe, aged between birth to lower primary (up to Grade 2).
You can do this in one of the following ways:
Using one of the clips from the Maths in Practice media library or
Finding a child you know and have permission to observe.
2. Context and activity (approx. 50 words)
Provide some context around the child you are observing, the Bishop's categories you observed
throughout and the purpose of this running record. Also include the date/time of observation, and
the age of the child you have observed.
3. Observe (approx. 300 words)
Make notes in the running record (template and example are included below) as you observe the
child.
Steps to follow:
Write down the observation notes in the running record as it is happening.
Aim to capture exactly what is being said, regardless whether it makes sense to you or not.
Record as many observations as you can.
You may want to include in your running record samples of the subject's drawings or photos of
constructions. These may be photographed or scanned and submitted underneath the relevant
observation. If you do choose to use samples, limit the illustrations/pictures to three.
4. Analyse (approx. 400 words)
You will need to do a thorough analysis of your running record. You are required to do the
following:
Identify which of the first four Bishop categories the child demonstrated (one action may cover
multiple categories).
Highlight the actions using the following colours:
Bishop categories and colours
Bishop category
colour
counting
green
measuring
blue
locating
pink
designing
yellow
Utilise the mathematical language from Chapter 7 of the eText, and highlight the key words
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using red font. (You may also make further connections to the material covered in weeks 1 and
2's readings).
5. Interpret - What's next? (approx. 250 words)
From what you have learned from this task, and discovered in your unit readings, think about the
child you have observed and what the next step in their learning journey would be. Throughout this
interpretation, you need to be able to compare and contrast numeracy and mathematics to show
your understanding of these concepts in terms of extending the teaching and learning for this child
in this area.
Part B (Team)
6. Peer review (approx. 200 words)
Form a team of 3-4 students and provide each other feedback on your running records. You will
then reflect on own work. To do this, you will need to fill in the Peer review form in the Supporting
resources.
Before you're ready to submit your essay, use the pre-submission checklist to ensure you've
covered all of the requirements for this essay.
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Suppor!ng resources
The following resources will assist you with completing this assignment:
1. EDU20002 Running record template (DOC 53 KB).
2. EDU20002 Peer review form (DOC 52.7 KB).
3. The Study resources section has helpful guides on how to use your online classroom
(https://portal.swinburneonline.edu.au/study-resources) , including study skills and support,
academic writing and assessment tools.
4. Additionally, the Swinburne Library has resources to help you write APA-style citations and
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The Teamwork (https://portal.swinburneonline.edu.au/study-resources) section of the Student
Portal will also provide you with additional resources to help support you when working in a team.
Please note, you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page too locate
the teamwork section.
Submission details overview
This assignment will be submitted via Turnitin. You will find the relevant submission point below.
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Assignment support
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If you need assistance with academic feedback on a draft of your assignment task see
Assignment support: Studiosity.
Assignment criteria
1. Observe, identify and analyse early mathematical thinking, using Bishop's categories.
2. Consider, compare and contrast the observed early mathematical thinking, with clear
connections to mathematics and numeracy.
3. Communicate in an effective and suitable style for the intended audience.
Your work will be assessed using the following marking guide:
Assignment 1 marking guide
Criteria
No Pass
Pass
50-59%
Credit
60-69%
Distinction
70-79%
High
Distinction
80-100%
Observe,
Did not
Significant
Coverage of
Excellent
Extensive
identify and
analyse early
meet
criterion.
issues are
identified with
the topic is in
good depth
coverage of
the topic, with
subject
knowledge with
reasonable
understanding.
and detail is
accurate
accuracy in
detail showing
detailed insight
into and
throughout.
a good
understanding
mathematical
thinking,
using
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Bishop's
categories
Development
of ideas is
Development
of ideas is
understanding
of early
of early
mathematical
(60%)
consistent with
appropriate
consistent
with good
mathematical
thinking.
thinking.
balance
between
balance
between
description
and analysis.
description
and analysis.
There is
skilled
comprehensive
critical analysis
integration of
theory and
is sustained
throughout the
The
relationship
The use of
theory and
practice.
Some original
observation.
between
theory and the
practice is
both evident.
or perceptive
interpretations
observation is
basic.
Challenging,
are
developed.
Consider,
compare and
Did not
meet
The
development
The student
demonstrates
Excellent use
made of
Comprehensive
research and
contrast the
observed
criterion.
of discussion
demonstrates
independence
of thought
examples to
demonstrate
coverage of
topic
early
mathematical
appropriate
knowledge of
and is not just
relaying the
understanding
of what early
integrating
wide range of
thinking, with
clear
what early
mathematical
readings.
mathematical
behaviour is
perspectives
about early
connections
to
thinking is.
Limited
and why it is
occurring. A
mathematical
behaviour.
mathematics
and
connections
are made to
numeracy
(30%)
mathematics
and numeracy.
There is very
good
identification
and
understanding
of key issues
about early
mathematical
behaviour,
with
comparisons
made
between
maths and
numeracy.
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clear
understanding
is shown of
mathematics
and
numeracy,
these have
been included
in further
planning for
the child in
Mathematics
and numeracy
have been
compared and
contrasted, in
conjunction
with the
planning for the
child's learning
journey.
question.
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Communicate
in an
Did not
meet
The mode of
communication
The work is
clearly
The work is
clearly
The work is
clearly
effective and
suitable style
criterion.
is generally
coherent.
expressed in
an
expressed.
Points are
expressed in
an appropriate
Expression is
appropriate
style.
made with
clarity.
style.
Points are
Points are
Any works of
others has
made with
clarity.
been cited in
APA style,
It is clear that
the literature
for the
intended
audience
(10%)
generally
clear.
Any works of
others have
made with
clarity.
been cited,
although some
Any works of
others have
with only
minor errors
has been
consulted. The
errors in APA
may be
been cited,
although
Mathematical
use of APA
style is
present.
some errors
in APA may
Mathematical
and numerical
terms are
be present.
Mathematical
used, although
some errors
and numerical
terms are
are present.
used,
although
There are
many spelling
or grammatical
errors.
Peer review
form has been
completed and
submitted.
some errors
are present.
There are
some spelling
or
grammatical
errors.
and numerical
terms are
flawless.
used mostly
Mathematical
correctly.
and numerical
terms are used
There are
only minor
spelling or
grammatical
errors.
Peer review
form has
correctly at all
times.
There are no
spelling or
grammatical
errors.
been
completed
Peer review
form has been
and
completed and
submitted.
submitted.
Peer review
form has
been
completed
and
submitted.
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