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AAMT Journals

AAMT publishes two quarterly journals: The Australian Mathematics Education Journal (AMEJ) and the Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom (APMC). Teachers, students, researchers and teacher-educators are encouraged to submit articles for publication. Please download our Guidelines for Submission of Papers to AAMT Journals.

AAMT is a federation of associations of teachers of mathematics from all Australian States and Territories and has around 4000 individual and institutional members:








The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) Inc., founded in 1966, is the nation’s premier organisation of mathematics educators.

AAMT aims to:

  •  support and enhance the work of teachers;
  •  promote the learning of mathematics; and
  •  represent and promote interests in mathematics education.

Overseas Exchange Opportunities 2020


AAMT is organising exchange programs during 2020 for maths teachers. They include visits to Shanghai, Singapore and the UK.

For further information, click here.

Mathematics By Inquiry

We are currently updating Maths300. Are you interested in developing new material for this long-standing resource? Please contact office@aamt.edu.au to express your interest.

National Mathematics Summer School


The National Mathematics Summer School will take place at the Australian National University from 5–18 January 2020. It is an opportunity not to be missed for Year 11 students who have a talent and passion for mathematics. For further information see www.NMSS.edu.au

Conference presentations

Brisbane, 9–11 July 2019.

Slideshows and other resources from some conference presentations are available to download here

ATSIMA 2020 Conference


Yirrkala Community, North East Arnhem Land, NT, 27-30 July 2020

The theme for the conference is Nhe Waŋana Nhe Djämamirriyaŋa Speak It You Create It. More information and registration at www.atsima.com



2019 Resources Catalogue

Browse the web-shop for easy selection of our resources, or download a PDF of the 2019 Catalogue.

MAV 2019 Conference



La Trobe University, Bundoora, 5-6 December

The Mathematical Association of Victoria invites you to MAV19 Making Connections.

MAWA 2019 Conference

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Crown Convention Centre, Perth, 18-20 November

This conference explores the theme of "Making MATHS Matter". Primary Keynote Speaker is 2017 NEiTA award winner Penny Crossland and Secondary Keynote Speaker is the 2018 Australia’s Local Hero in the Australian of the Year awards Eddie Woo

QAMT 2019 Conference


The University of Queensland, QLD, 21 October

This conference explores the theme of Senior Maths Day.