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The Reaction of Remote Students and Teachers to Challenging Maths Tasks

[Make it count with Indigenous Learners]
Presenter: Emeritus Professor Peter Sullivan
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Thursday 17 November, 2016
Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm (ACT, NSW, TAS, VIC)         
          4:00pm – 5:00pm (SA) 
          3:30pm - 4:30pm (QLD)
          3:00pm - 4:00pm (NT)            
          1:30pm - 2:30pm (WA)

The Reaction of Remote Students and Teachers to Challenging Maths Tasks

This workshop will explore the latest research from Peter's work with Indigenous students. The strategies used are applicable to all learners.

Adobe Connect
Click on the following link to enter the session
https://connect.vic.edu.au/cwm-161117-sullivan/  

This workshop will explore the latest research from Peter's work with Indigenous students. The strategies used are applicable to all learners.

Professor Peter Sullivan

Peter Sullivan is currently Professor of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, Monash University. He has extensive experience in research and teaching in teacher education. He was a member of the Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences panel of the Australian Research Council College of Experts from 2005 to 2008, and was an editor of the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education for 8 years. He is the immediate past President of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and was the lead writer of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics.

Recently Professor Peter Sullivan has been recognised; winning the Mathematics Educational Research Group Association (MERGA) 2016 Career Research Medal.

Peter is the author of the G.R.I.N. Intervention Program that has already been introduced in primary and secondary schools across Victoria, gaining support from regional networks, principals, teachers and students. This tutoring initiative has been received positively by students, tutors, and class teachers, and there is evidence of positive broader learning gains from the students. G.R.I.N. is recognised by the Victorian Institute of Teaching as accredited professional development.