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“Oh no! Not fractions!” The anxiety that students (and teachers) experience with this core mathematical topic prompted the editors to bring together research on the teaching and learning of fractions.

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What is the Connect with Maths community?

The Connect with Maths Project has a five online education communities focussed on a teaching area of interest of mathematics. These communities support teachers of mathematics and provide support in the implementation of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. The various Connect with Maths communities comprise of Community Leaders, teachers of mathematics, subject matter specialists, mathematicians, industry experts, experience social networking and users of digital technologies for the teaching of mathematics. Anyone with an interest in the teaching of mathematics can join.

Many people ask what is it? What is the community trying to achieve? Here is a video snippet of some explanations given by students, educators and experts in the field of Mathematics about the aims of the Connect with Maths Project.


What is in the Community?

The Connect with Maths community comprises of five education communities aimed to support the teaching of mathematics Birth to Year 12 with easy access to teachers in-time anywhere online.

There are four main areas of the Digital Learning and Mathematics' community activity:

  • Forum - the hub for all interactive discussions
  • Starting Points - stimulus for discussing pedagogies with Indigenous learners
  • Learning - community online professional learning
  • Resources - essential resources and weblinks

How do I engage with other members?

There are two ways online to engage in the community activities primarily through involvement in the Digital Learning and Mathematics' Forum and participating in professional learning events.

What is Community?

The Digital Learning and Mathematics community is one of five Connect with Maths online education communities that promotes and supports the teaching of mathematics online. The community supports teachers of early childhood Birth to eight years of age up to senior mathematics learners. Community members are encouraged through professional conversations in the Forum to provide resources helpful in building the knowledge, understanding and practice of the teaching mathematics that leverages digital technologies with, for and as learning.