Supporting teachers of mathematics and promoting mathematics education in Australian schools
Strength in Numbers:
A podcast from AAMT
Join us as we dive into the fascinating world of mathematics education! Available on your favourite podcast app.
Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers
The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) is the leading organisation representing mathematics education in Australian schools.
The work of AAMT includes:
- Professional learning for teachers of mathematics
- Advancing mathematics education via collaborative research and national projects
- Running conferences and events for mathematics educators in Australia
- Providing resources for mathematics education via the AAMT web shop and Maths300
- Publishing peer reviewed journals —The Australian Mathematics Education Journal (AMEJ) and The Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom (APMC)
- Advocacy for mathematics education in Australia
- Supporting the State-based affiliated mathematics teacher associations.
AAMT has a new podcast!
Strength in Numbers
Join us as we dive into the fascinating world of mathematics education, exploring innovative teaching pedagogies, sharing classroom success stories, and unravelling the mysteries behind those ‘Aha!’ moments. Whether you’re a maths enthusiast or just looking to improve your teaching skills in mathematics, this podcast brought to you by AAMT is your go-to resource for engaging, sometimes light-hearted, and informative discussions on all things maths education related!
Focus on Maths—a professional learning initiative from AAMT
Focus on Maths is an AAMT initiative that aims to help build equity of access to maths education and improve the maths skills of students across a range of schools in Australia. The program primarily does this by supporting the development of good maths teachers in local communities. The features of Focus on Maths include:
- Provides funding for teacher professional learning
- Develops teachers’ mathematical content and pedagogical knowledge
- Targets disadvantaged schools
- Tailored to locally identified professional learning needs
- Incorporates grants ranging from $2 000 to $30 000.
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Have you ever considered writing a paper for AAMT’s journals?
The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers encourages and supports new writers. Whether you’re a classroom teacher, a tertiary mathematics educator, a masters or PhD student, an experienced author or first-time writer, we want to hear from you! If you have an idea for a paper but have some questions about its suitability, send an email to our Editors. They are happy to answer questions and discuss ideas. Email: [email protected]
AAMT publishes two peer reviewed journals:
- The Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom (APMC), and
- The Australian Mathematics Education Journal (AMEJ).
The APMC publishes papers about the teaching and learning of mathematics applicable to early years (pre-F) and primary school students (Years F–6/7).
The AMEJ includes two sections. Section 1 is suitable for an audience of upper-primary and middle-school teachers and Section 2 is directed toward mathematics educators of senior high school and tertiary levels.