Moderation


YEARS 11 AND 12 MODERATION

September – 2019

On 6 September 2019 around 1150 teachers from all sectors; Government, Catholic and Independent schools attended the second Years I I and 12 Moderation Day for the year. One hundred and thirty-eight meetings were held in two separate sites, one northern and one southern.

The teachers actively worked on how to improve student learning outcomes and ensure consistency of judgements. This work enables students to be provided with the feedback required to progress their learning and teachers the feedback on what to do next to support student learning.

We appreciate the support received from schools in allowing teachers to participate in the process and also the community in allowing these valuable days to occur.

The moderation reports for these meetings will be available from the beginning of Term 4.

We look forward to Years I I and 12 Moderation in 2020 and the opportunity to further develop the knowledge built upon this year.

 

2020

Curriculum Services delivers Moderation for approximately 1300  Year 11 and 12 teachers from all sectors – Government, Catholic and Independent schools, twice each year (March and September). 

One hundred and forty-nine meetings are held in two separate sites, one northern and one southern. 

Moderation allows teachers to actively work on how to improve student learning outcomes and ensure consistency of judgements. This work enables students to be provided with the feedback required to progress their learning and teachers the feedback on what to do next to support student learning.

We appreciate the support received from schools in allowing teachers to participate in this process and also the community in allowing these valuable days to occur.

Dates:

  • 10 March – Tuesday
  • 4 September – Friday

Venues:

  • Northern venue for 2020 – to be confirmed
  • Southern venue for 2019 – to be confirmed

Registration for March Moderation will open in early February 2020.


Previous Moderation Days

Archived 2017 Moderation

Archived 2016 Moderation