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Points None Teaching Period 1, 2022 EDU10003: World of Maths Assignment 3: Presentation Word/time limit: 6 minute video (+/- 10%) Weighting: 30% After you have read this information, head over to the Assignment 3 Q&A discussion board to ask any questions and see what your peers are saying about this assignment. Assignment overview This assignment task requires you to create a 6 minute narrated PowerPoint presentation using Canvas Studio that highlights the value of play in supporting a child’s mathematical development and how children can develop their mathematical thinking and numeracy processes through play.
This assignment is a 2-part presentation that will see you focus on the following areas of Mathematics and Numeracy: 1. Mathematics and Numeracy in the world around us. 2. Mathematics and Numeracy in play. This assignment supports unit learning outcomes 1, 2 and 3. Assignment details For this assignment task, you are required to use Canvas Studio to create a 6-minute narrated PowerPoint video presentation based on the following scenario.
Your final submission will be as a video, not as a powerpoint slideshow. Please note this scenario will provide you with the audience and context for your presentation. Scenario Some of your colleagues are interested in learning more about the value of play in supporting a child’s mathematical development. Your team leader has asked you to present at the next staff meeting about why maths is so important and how children can develop their mathematical thinking and numeracy processes through play.
Presentation requirements Part 1 Mathematics and Numeracy in the world around us Explore how mathematics and numeracy are all around us by sharing 3 examples of where we see mathematics and numeracy skills being used in everyday lives. You should provide, and explain, one example of each of the following: I. Nature—An example of mathematical phenomena found in nature e.g. symmetry in nature as seen as in butterflies II. Society—An example of where mathematics is applied in society e.g. engineers use mathematics to construct stable bridges III. Personal—An example of numeracy skills used in everyday life e.g. administering medicine to children Important note: There are lots of examples of mathematics and numeracy in the world around us so think carefully about your audience when selecting each example. Is it something that would be interesting and relevant to them? Briefly explain each example—what it is, where it is seen and what mathematical concepts or numeracy processes are involved. Consider what the implications would be if the mathematics skills were lacking or incorrect and what consequence this might have on the situation. Part 2 Mathematics and Numeracy in play Outline the importance of play in children’s development with links to relevant literature (e.g. curriculum documents and/or academic research) Provide an example of a play-based activity. Include the following for your activity: • A brief explanation of the activity • Identify a suitable age range • A discussion about the mathematics and/or numeracy being explored in your activity • Justification linking to 1-2 contemporary perspectives for how children develop their mathematics and numeracy skills through your described activity. On your last slide in your PowerPoint presentation, please include a reference list using APA style.
Creating your narrated PowerPoint video To create your video, you have two options: 1. Create your slides, record your narrations and export your video all in PowerPoint for PC or Keynote for Mac, then upload your video to Canvas Studio 2. Create your slides in PowerPoint but record your narrations in Canvas Studio. Please refer to the following Supporting resources section for assistance in creating your presentation. Supporting resources Please note that for this assignment we are not focusing on your technology skills, but rather on what you are saying in response to the provided scenario. Ensure that you carefully examine the criteria rubric and respond to the prompts according to the criteria that you are being marked on. You will be using Canvas Studio for your video presentation. Canvas Studio allows for video recording and screen recording.
You can choose to create your presentation through Canvas Studio, or create it using an alternative program and then upload it to Canvas Studio. It is up to you whether you would like to include your face in the video presentation, or just have a voice recording alongside the PowerPoint slides. The following resources will assist you with completing this assignment: • Canvas Studio tab on 0.2 How to succeed in this unit. • Canvas Studio(Links to an external site(Student Hub Technical guide). • Narrated PowerPoint(Links to an external site). • Video editing and recording(Links to an external site). • Referencing(Links to an external site). • The ‘Presentation skills’ section of the Student Hub under Academic writing and presenting (Links to an external site.) will also provide you with additional resources to help support you with your presentation.
If you have any concerns about the technical aspects of this task, please communicate them to your eLA as early as possible, so there will be time available to sort them out. Submitting your presentation Your video presentation will be submitted through Assignment 3: Presentation submission point.
This submission point will provide you instructions on how to record your video assignment, prepare your video for submission and how to submit your assignment video. Don’t forget to include an APA styled reference list on your final slide within your presentation. Throughout your teaching journey, you will be required to use your relevant national and/or state or territory curriculum. To help you build capability in this area, and to help further prepare you for placements, here at Swinburne Online we allow you to choose whether you would like to use the relevant national and/or state or territory curriculum in your assignments.
For further information specific to your assignments for this specific unit, please seek advice from your eLAs and/or your Unit Coordinator. Assignment criteria 1. Explain how mathematics and numeracy are evident in the world around us. 2. Recognise the importance of play in early childhood development. 3. Presentation skills. 4. APA research and referencing. Your work will be assessed using the following marking guide: Assignment 3 marking guide Criteria No Pass Pass 5059% Credit 6069% Distinction 7079% High Distinction 80100% Maths and Numeracy in the world. (30%) Did not meet the criterion. At least two examples are used to demonstrate where mathematics and numeracy are evident in the world around us. The discussion is lacking depth and/or clarity in some places.
Three examples are presented to demonstrate how mathematics and numeracy are evident in the world around us. The discussion is clear. Three examples are explored in depth to demonstrate how mathematics and numeracy are evident in the world around us. The discussion is clear and includes attempts to identify the mathematical concept/s within the examples. Three relevant examples are explored in depth to demonstrate how mathematics and numeracy are evident in the world around us. Mathematical concepts within all three examples are identified and accurate. The discussion is insightful and reflects the content in the course materials. Maths and Numeracy in play. (40%) Did not meet the criterion. There is an attempt to identify the benefits of learning through play. An activity has been explained which incorporates limited links to play. The activity explanation lacks depth and clarity in regards to how it will develop children’s mathematical understanding. The activity doesn’t align well with the contemporary perspectives mentioned. There is a discussion about the benefits of learning through play, with an attempt to explain why it is beneficial for mathematics and numeracy learning. An activity has been explained with some links to play. The activity explanation outlines how it will develop children’s mathematical understanding in some places. There is an attempt to justify how the activity aligns with the contemporary perspectives mentioned. The justifications have been supported with research literature in a basic way. There is a discussion about the benefits of learning through play, explaining why it is beneficial for mathematics and numeracy learning. An activity has been explained with some explicit links to play. The activity explanation outlines how it will develop children’s mathematical understanding. How the activity aligns with the contemporary perspectives mentioned has been mostly justified and supported with research literature. The benefits of play have highlighted and analysed in relation to mathematics and numeracy learning. An activity has been developed to directly align with play based learning principles. This is succinct and outlines how it will develop children’s mathematical understanding. How the activity aligns with the contemporary perspectives mentioned has been justified and consistently supported with research literature. Presentation skills. (20%) Did not meet the criterion. A narrated powerpoint presentation has been submitted. Ideas are communicated effectively to the intended audience in most places. A narrated powerpoint presentation has been submitted. Ideas are communicated effectively to the intended audience. A narrated powerpoint presentation has been submitted. Ideas are creative and are communicated concisely to the intended audience. A narrated powerpoint presentation has been submitted. Ideas are creative, unique, and communicated professionally to the intended audience. APA research and referencing. (10%) Did not meet the criterion. An attempt has been made to support ideas with research literature and use APA referencing style. Discussions are supported by relevant research literature in some areas. APA referencing style has been followed, with the inclusion of in-text citations and a reference list. Discussions are consistently supported with relevant research literature. APA referencing style has been followed with some errors throughout. A variety of quality sources have been drawn upon to consistently support the discussions. APA referencing style has been followed accurately with few errors throughout.
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