The November edition of the 11to12 Circular provided details to schools of Consensus Moderation in 2019. Principals and Moderation and Standards contacts at schools will be sent an email in March with information on how to register for Consensus Moderation in 2019. This email will contain the link to the registration page. Teachers identified by the school to participate in consensus moderation for each course offered will need the information contained in the email to register and to ensure the correct materials are provided at the meeting.
For enquiries relating to consensus moderation please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Mandy Hudson on 9273 6755
Consensus moderation provides opportunities for teachers to build common understandings of the course standards that underpin comparability. Comparability between schools ensures fairness for all students.
|Accounting and Finance||Health Studies|
|Career and Enterprise||Italian: Second Language|
|Chinese: First Language||Japanese: Second Language|
|French: Second Language||Psychology|
|Dance||Music (Practical component only)|
|Applied Information Technology||Materials Design and Technology Textiles|
|Career and Enterprise||Materials Design and Technology Wood|
|Children, Family and the Community||Mathematics Essential|
|Engineering Studies||Media Production and Analysis|
|Materials Design and Technology Metal||Outdoor Education|
|Children, Family and the Community||Materials Design and Technology Textiles|
|Engineering Studies||Materials Design and Technology Wood|
|Materials Design and Technology Metal|
During Term 1 2019, each school will be required to register one teacher for each of the courses above that the school is delivering. Registration details will be made available in March. Teachers are reminded that they need to have procedures in place to ensure that all marked student work is retained for moderation purposes.
Participation in consensus moderation is compulsory for all schools delivering a course in the list above.
During Term 1 2019, each school will be required to register one teacher for each of the selected courses that the school is delivering. This should be a teacher who is currently teaching the course.
Details of the teacher registration process will be provided to schools in March.
The consensus moderation process will be conducted in two blocks of 3 weeks duration. The first in Term 2 from Weeks 7 to 9 (Monday 10 June 2019 to Friday 28 June 2019) and the second in Term 3 from Weeks 2 to 4 (Monday 29 July to Friday 16 August).