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Kym reflects on the learning and and some of the advantages and challenges facing teachers when undertaking designing problematised stories with students. - Kym Nadebaum: Curriculum Manager Digital Learning DECD SA

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Ann reviews the problematised situation process and the strategies and concepts necessary to consider when asking students to develop their own situations. - Ann Baker: Maths Consultant

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Ann shares the 5 key concepts you'll need to work on with students as they develop their own problematised situations.

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Kym reviews the storytelling and filmmaking processes undertaken with the students to turn their problematised situation into a short film.  - Kym Nadebaum: Curriculum Manager Digital Learning DECD SA

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Ann shares the 5 key concepts you'll need to work on with students as they develop their own problematised situations.

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Kym reflects on the learning and and some of the advantages and challenges facing teachers when undertaking designing problematised stories with students.
By Kym Nadebaum: Curriculum Manager Digital Learning DECD SA

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Ann reviews the problematised situation process and the strategies and concepts necessary to consider when asking students to develop their own situations.
By Ann Baker: Maths Consultant

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Kym reviews the storytelling and filmmaking processes undertaken with the students to turn their problematised situation into a short film.
By Kym Nadebaum: Curriculum Manager Digital Learning DECD SA

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A master of disguise escapes from prison during a moon lit breakout and takes only 4 items and wants to know how many disguises she will have and for how many days if she changes every 6 hours.
Created by Naomi: North Ingle Primary School SA
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