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First Steps Literacy
First Steps Third Edition materials are made up of four interwoven strands of literacy: Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Viewing, which symbolise the interrelatedness of literacy learning. All strands are threaded with practical, accessible, classroom-tested teaching procedures and activities.
First Steps Mathematics
First Steps Mathematics is a series of teacher resource books that is organised around sets of mathematics outcomes for Number, Measurement, Space, and Chance and Data. The series will help teachers to diagnose, plan, implement and judge the effectiveness of the learning experiences they provide for students.
Stepping Out Literacy
Stepping Out focuses on improving pedagogy for all students, including those “at risk” at both ends of the academic spectrum, and indigenous students.
VETsteps supports Workplace Literacies. The content outlines the links between literacy and success in the workplace. It also highlights the literacy demands of working in various industries by providing a number of easy to apply strategies to help students recognise the application of different workplace illiteracies, and to help VET teachers and trainers to prepare students for new work profiles and practices.
Fundamental Movement Skills
Fundamental Movement Skills deepens teachers’ understandings of how to effectively assess, plan, and teach physical activity, with details on how to break down each skill for assessment and teaching purposes. The resources provides practical teaching activities that assist teachers to plan and deliver effective learning experiences that enhance students’ development of proficient Fundamental Movement Skills i.e. the movement patterns that involve different body parts.
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