NESA verbs Matrix
The NESA verbs matrix is a document or tool provided by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) that outlines the learning outcomes and expectations for students in the Higher School Certificate (HSC) program. The NESA verbs matrix maps the key verbs or “action words” used to describe the tasks, processes, or activities that students are expected to complete or demonstrate to the different stages and subjects in the HSC program.
The NESA verbs matrix provides a useful reference for students, teachers, and parents to understand the learning expectations and outcomes for each subject and stage in the HSC program. It can help students to focus their study and preparation, and it can help teachers to plan assessments and evaluate student learning.
The NESA verbs matrix is available on the NESA website and can be downloaded or accessed online by anyone who is interested in learning more about the HSC program in New South Wales, Australia.