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Webinars

These webinars are designed to inform and support teachers wishing to improve the learning outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in mathematics.
If you would like to share your experiences in this area or have requests on topics that community members could offer, please contact the Project Manager at connectwithmaths@aamt.edu.au

Join us online in these Engaging All Students community learning activities.

   
Nov 17
16
The Reaction of Remote Students and Teachers to Challenging Maths Tasks
Presenter: Emeritus Professor Peter Sullivan
Presenter Resources: Webinar Recording | Presentation |
Jun 23
16
Quality Teaching And Learning For Aboriginal Students In Mathematics
Dr Chris Matthews, Griffith University, ATSIMA, QLD
Presenter Resources: Webinar Recording | Presentation |
Mar 18
16
CWM Day~Mathematics and Indigenous Learners
Presenter: Jacynta Krakouer, Dr Sarah Buckley, Jim Spithill Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) VIC
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |coming soon
Mar 18
16
CWM Day~What Makes For Successful Numeracy Learning In Remote Contexts?
A Synopsis Of 30 Case Studies In Remote Australia
Presenter: Professor Robyn Jorgensen, Canberra University, ACT
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |coming soon
Mar 18
16
CWM Day~ Exploring Quality Teaching And Learning For Aboriginal Students In Mathematics
Dr Chris Matthews, Griffith University, ATSIMA, QLD
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation | 
Mar 18
16
CWM Day~Tackling The Seven Year Spread In Your Classroom - Exploring An Algebra Task
John Bradbury, Shepherdson College, Galiwinku Elcho Island, NT
Matt Skoss, Centralian Senior College, NT
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |coming soon
Jul 7
15
Mandalany Mathematics Games Kit
Presenter: Lillian Miller, QLD 
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |
Jul 7
 15
Five ways forward to improving Indigenous learning outcomes 
Presenter: Caty Morris
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |
Feb 29
 14
Make it Count: Maths and Indigenous Learners
Presenter: Caty Morris and Dr Chris Matthews
Presenter Resources: Webinar | PDF | Presentation |
Aug 25
 14
Creative ways of working with Indigenous learners
Presenter: Damian Amamoo
Presenter Resources: WebinarWWW | Presentation |
Apr 29
14
YuMi Deadly Maths
Presenter: Dr Grace Sarra and Robyn Anderson
Presenter Resources: Webinar Video | Presentation | Resources |

Jun 11 

14

Six Principles of Effective Mathematics
Presenter: Emeritus Professor Peter Sullivan
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |

Nov 6

13

Exploring mathematical problems beyond the tip of the Iceberg
Presenter: Matt Skoss
Presenter Resources: Webinar Video | Presentation | 
Sep 12
 13
Improving Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Presenter: Caty Morris, Dr Chris Matthews
 Presenter Resources| Webinar Video | Presentation |
Aug 13
13
A Positive Mathematics Journey
Presenter: Dr Chris Matthews
Presenter Resources: Webinar Video | Presentation | 

 

Quality Teaching and Learning for Indigenous Learners

[Make it count with Indigenous Learners]
Quality Teaching and Learning for Indigenous Learners
Presenter: Dr Chris Matthews
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm (TAS, VIC,NSW, QLD
4:00pm – 5:00pm (SA, NT)
3:30pm - 4:30pm (WA)

Improving Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

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Caty Morris, National Manager Indigenous Education and Will Morony, AAMT 's CEO, discuss strategies for improving Mathematics outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners.

Five ways forward to improving Indigenous learning outcomes

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Five ways forward to improving learning outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in mathematics: a collaboration between Community, education and business

Make it Count: Maths and Indigenous Learners

Caty Morris

Make It Count is for educators working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners in mathematics education. It is a teaching and learning resource, and a professional learning tool. Make It Count is about a way of thinking – and a way of doing.

A Positive Mathematics Journey

Dr Chris Matthews

In this webinar, A Positive Mathematics Journey, Chris will share some of his story as an Aboriginal student who survived the education system by thriving on mathematics to become an Aboriginal mathematician and gain a Doctorate in Applied Mathematics.

Exploring mathematical problems beyond the tip of the Iceberg

Matt Skoss

This is a highlighted event that will showcase great ways in which Matt Skoss uses online resources in the Mathematics. A constant challenge for a teacher is to cater for the diversity of students in their classes. I am always looking to incorporate rich Maths tasks that are easy for students to make a start on the problem, but once students are engaged in the problem, they are exposed to the deeper, richer Mathematics lurking beneath the surface, hence the use of the 'iceberg' metaphor.

 

Culturally Responsive Mathematics Pedagogies

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Peter Sullivan  presents our first webinar 'Culturally Responsive Mathematics Pedagogies'. The curriculum for Australian students is intended to be inclusive of all students whatever their cultural background. This does not mean that all students should be taught the same way.

 

 

 

 

 

Six Principles of Effective Mathematics

Peter Sullivan

By popular demand Professor Peter Sullivan returns to present Six Principles of Effective Mathematics for classes with Indigenous students.

YuMi Deadly Maths

Yumi Deadly Maths

 The webinar will be discussing YuMi Deadly Maths – what it is and how it works.

 

Creative ways of working with Indigenous learners

Damian Amamoo

Damian  looks at the Indigenous experience historically with regard to the way people were taught and how facts were retained. Drawing on some real life examples, he suggests some methods that Indigenous students could be engaged in mathematics education.

Mandalany Mathematics Games Kit

Lillian Miller-s

The Kit – Mandalany (Man-da-lanj) caters for  Prep - Year 1 developed with Mathematical activities which focus on Indigenous Language,“Jiddabul” the language of the Herberton area.

The Reaction of Remote Students and Teachers to Challenging Maths Tasks

The Reaction of Remote Students and Teachers to Challenging Maths Tasks

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