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These workshops will provide an opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well having invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

2024 Stage 2 Physics Marking & Moderation Workshop

This workshop is an opportunity to participate in moderating 2024 student work prior to external moderation. Teachers can prepare, discuss, and comparable judgements of their students' work across a range of grade boundaries in a professional environment with colleagues from other schools.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Presenter: Michael Smith

Intended audience: Physics teachers currently teaching Stage 2 Physics in 2024

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 14/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
Retired member (1 day) $160.00

Description

This workshop is an opportunity to participate in moderating 2024 student work prior to external moderation. Teachers can prepare, discuss, and comparable judgements of their students' work across a range of grade boundaries in a professional environment with colleagues from other schools.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Presenter: Michael Smith

Intended audience: Physics teachers currently teaching Stage 2 Physics in 2024

Program: 

9.00 am - Registration

9.15 am - Overview of the day

9.30 am – Investigations (SHE/Design and Deconstruction)

10.45 am - Morning Tea

11.00 am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising and confirming grade bands in samples

12 noon - Lunch

12.30 pm - Group marking exercise (bring samples from your school)

1.30 pm - Marking exam-style questions

2.30 pm - Questions

3.00 pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

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2024 Stage 2 Psychology Marking & Moderation Workshop

This workshop will provide clarity for teachers around assessment standards for the Stage 2 Psychology Curriculum. There will be opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to Stage 2 work samples, as well as receiving invaluable professional input about their own student samples. This will be a fabulous opportunity for teachers to confirm, clarify, and readjust their own marking standards prior to sending work samples off for final moderation. 

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including both short answer and extended response test-style questions, and assignments.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work of both Investigations Folio and Skills and Applications Tasks.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Psychology teachers and Stage 1 Psychology teachers preparing students for Stage 2 Psychology next year.

Presenters: Carolyn Pinchbeck and Emma Beukema 

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 14/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
Retired member (1 day) $160.00

Description

This workshop will provide clarity for teachers around assessment standards for the Stage 2 Psychology Curriculum. There will be opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to Stage 2 work samples, as well as receiving invaluable professional input about their own student samples. This will be a fabulous opportunity for teachers to confirm, clarify, and readjust their own marking standards prior to sending work samples off for final moderation. 

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including both short answer and extended response test-style questions, and assignments.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work of both Investigations Folio and Skills and Applications Tasks.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Psychology teachers and Stage 1 Psychology teachers preparing students for Stage 2 Psychology next year.

Presenters: Carolyn Pinchbeck and Emma Beukema 

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am – Understanding the Marking & Moderation Process

9.30am – Design & Deconstruct (Stage 2 work samples provided but please also bring samples from your own school)

11.00am - Morning Tea

11.30am – providing advice and support to students in preparation for the upcoming exam

12noon - Lunch

12.30pm – Science as a Human Endeavour (Stage 2 work samples provided but please also bring samples from your own school)

2.00pm – SAT’s (Stage 2 work samples provided but please also bring samples from your own school)

3.00pm - Close

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2024 Stage 2 Nutrition Marking & Moderation Workshop

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the design practical and science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including the case study and in particular short answer and extended response test style questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Presenter: Lyndon Parry

Intended audience: Stage 2 Nutrition teachers

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 21/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the design practical and science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including the case study and in particular short answer and extended response test style questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Presenter: Lyndon Parry

Intended audience: Stage 2 Nutrition teachers

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am - Overview of the performance standards

9.30am – Design Investigation, Case Study and Science as a Human Endeavour

10.30am – sharing of successful teaching, practical, excursion ideas

10.45am - Morning Tea

11.00am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising grade bands in samples

12.30pm - Lunch

1pm - Group moderating exercise (bring student Folio and SAT samples from your school to moderate and confirm your grades)

2pm – Marking and creating exam/test-style questions (bring test samples from your school)

2.30pm - Questions

3.00pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

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2024 Stage 2 Chemistry Marking & Moderation Workshop

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Chemistry teachers

Presenter: Glen Arthur

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 21/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Chemistry teachers

Presenter: Glen Arthur

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am - Overview of the performance standards

9.30am - Deconstruction and Design and Science as a Human Endeavour

10.45am - Morning Tea

11.00am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising grade bands in samples

12noon - Lunch

12.30pm - Group marking exercise (bring samples from your school)

1.30pm - Marking exam-style questions (bring test samples from your school)

2.30pm - Questions

3.00pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

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2024 Stage 2 Biology Marking & Moderation Workshop

Presenter: Dr Kathy Adams, Horizon Christian School

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Biology teachers

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 28/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

Presenter: Dr Kathy Adams, Horizon Christian School

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Biology teachers

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am - Overview of the performance standards

9.30am - Deconstruction and Design and Science as a Human Endeavour (SHE and SAT tasks)

10.45am - Morning Tea

11.00am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising grade bands in samples

12noon - Lunch

12.30pm - Group marking exercise (bring samples from your school)

1.30pm - Marking exam-style questions (bring test samples from your school)

2.30pm - Questions

3.00pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

  Book now