Choose a mathematics concept that is troublesome (see Module 2 for a list of possible topics).

Choose a mathematics concept that is troublesome (see Module 2 for a list of possible topics). You are going to research and discuss this concept in depth. Please choose a narrow area (e.g. the division of fractions or the addition of vectors)  Discuss the development of this concept (related to the Australian Curriculum) from 7 - 10 or Years 11 and 12. The discussion needs to include:   introduction and outline  the development of this concept (related to the Australian Curriculum) from 7 - 10 or 11 and 12  what students need to know before year 7 and where the concept is needed after year 10 or (for Senior curriculum) before year 11.  why it is troublesome (refer to literature)  methods to assist students to understand the concept. You will need to clarify what you mean by understanding (refer to Module 1 and the literature)  conclusion  references  Include at least three screencasts of you actually solving problems that you could give to students to aid in the understanding of the concepts (i.e. you, the teacher)  Note that these three screencasts should form a set that demonstrates the progression of student learning through a single idea.  Attach a version of the Mathscast context map (as shown in Module 3) showing where your screencasts ‘fit’ into the context of the curriculum content. 



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