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Two teachers are trialing team teaching in a secondary science and mathematics environment. This trial is part of an ongoing program to improve teaching and learning at the school by adopting or dismissing various methods. The effect of team teaching on student learning outcomes is closely examined, particularly in the context of the formal action research group, which includes other colleagues. Student feedback is also sought and acted upon.
The Australian Science and Mathematics School has a specific focus on science and mathematics education, while at the same time embedding other curriculum areas such as the humanities into that learning. It is located on the Flinders University campus. The male teacher is the senior leader of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) learning. The female teacher is a science and mathematics teacher.
  • How might you and your colleagues complement each other’s strengths through team teaching?
  • What strategies can you use to engage students in a robust curriculum?
  • What collegial activities might you engage in to evaluate teaching and learning practices?
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Offline package - Action research for professional learning