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Numeracy: What Classroom Teachers Should Know

Numeracy: What Classroom Teachers Should Know

What is numeracy in an Australian context?

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Webinar Series

Join us online in this Maths in Action online professional learning activity.

May 26
16
Let's get involved in MTQ
Student Presenters: Clint Therakam, Gavin Choong, Atticus Holt
Presenter Resources | Webinar Recording | Presentation |
Mar 18
16
SAHMRI - Where’s the Maths?
Presenter: Dr Steve Thornton, Academy of Science, ACT
Presenter Resources | Webinar | Presentation | coming soon
Mar 18
16
Surviving Mars
Presenter: Luca Bertolacci, Senior Educator, Michael Pakakis, Director,Ian Christie, Curriculum Manager, Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC), VIC
Presenter Resources | Webinar | Presentation |
Mar 18
16
International Maths Modelling Contest For High-School Students
Presenter:Ross Turner, Australian Council for Educational Research, VIC
Presenter Resources | Webinar | Presentation |
Aug 14
15
Discovering Sustainability & Maths in a World Heritage Icon
Presenter: Naomi Martin, Manager, Environmental Sustainability Sydney Opera House
Presenter Resources | Webinar | Presentation | Adobe Connect recording
Jul 7
15
Data Drop, Raspberry Pi and Wolfram Language: An Avenue for Computational Exploration
Presenter: Craig Bauling Wolfram Research
Presenter Resources | Webinar | Presentation | Adobe Connect
Jun 10
15
Big Book of Numbers
Presenters: Adam Spencer and Mary Coupland
Presenter Resources | Webinar Video | Presentation |
May 28
15
Mathematica and the Barn Quilt Project
Presenter: Craig Bauling Wolfram Research
Presenter Resources | Webinar Video| Presentation |
NOV 20
14
Optimisation: Doing things better
Presenter: Rodolfo Garcia-Flores CSIRO Mathematicians in Schools
Presenter Resources | Webinar Video | Presentation |

OCT 16

14

Pulsars in the classroom
Presenters: Stephen Broderick
Presenter Resources| Webinar Video | Presentation |

SEP 11

14

What's happened to temperatures over the last century?
Presenter: Blair Trewin, Bureau of Meterology
Presenter Resources: Webinar Video | Presentation | Resources | Forum

AUG 19

14

Mathematica, computer-based maths and the new era of STEM
Presenter: Conrad Wolfram
Presenter Resources: Webinar Video | TED Presentation | CBM Web

JUL 7

14

Community Launch and Exploring Real World Problems
Presenters: Peter Galbraith and Vince Geiger
Presenter Resources: Webinar | Presentation |

Exploring Real World Problems

Community launch and 'Exploring Real World Problems' webinar presented by Peter Galbraith and Vince Geiger introduce Maths in Action community aspirations and objectives with exemplars.

Mathematica, computer-based maths and the new era of STEM

The Connect with Maths team is very excited to announce that Conrad Wolfram will be providing our second professional learning event, 'Mathematica, computer-based maths and the new era of STEM', for the Maths in Action community.

What's happened to temperatures over the last century?

What's happened to temperatures over the last century, and how do we know?

Determining how temperatures, globally and in Australia, have changed over the last century may seem like a fairly straightforward matter.

Pulsars in the classroom

PULSE@Parkes education program is designed to engage students in scientific projects that will give them a positive attitude towards science and mathematics, and appreciation of how maths is applied in the real world.

Big Book of Numbers

Mary Coupland, AAMT President, interviews Adam Spencer about his mathematical life and her favourite numbers in Adam's best-selling book.