MAV21: The Capabilities in Mathematics Teaching & Learning
MAV20: A 2020 Vision - Engaging Mathematics
Thursday 4 December 2019
Friday 6 December 2019
MAV18: Teachers creating Impact
Dr Alan Finkel Keynote Presentation: The prerequisite for prosperity.
Robyn Jorgensen Keynote Presentation: Bringing about success in mathematics for students in the margins: What makes for good practice?
Lynne McClure Keynote Presentation: What goes around doesn’t always have to come around...
Eddie Woo Keynote Presentation: Principles of engaging mathematics teaching.
Eddie Woo Workshop Presentation: Mathematical playfulness.
Thursday 6 December 2018
A2 Bringing about success in mathematics for students in the margins: what makes for good practice - Robyn Jorgensen (Keynote)
B14 Minimising teacher planning time while improving student outcomes - Bill Murray Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6 (For transportable subject data that contains a full year of lesson plans please contact presenter firstname.lastname@example.org)
E7 Minimising teacher planning time while improving student outcomes - Bill Murray Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6 (For transportable subject data that contains a full year of lesson plans please contact presenter email@example.com)
Friday 7 December 2018
MAV17: Achieving Excellence in M.A.T.H.S.
MAV16: Maths Explosion.
MAV15: Back to the Future.
MAV14: Maths Rocks.
MAV13: Mathematics of Planet Earth.
MAV12: It's My Maths: Personalised mathematics learning.
Papers from Maths is Multi Dimensional: the 2011 MAV Annual Conference
Some of our keynote speakers have agreed to have their presentations available for download, if their name is highlighted below, click on the link to go to their presentation:
Associate Professor Susie Groves
* Please note this is not Susie's presentation but the references she referred to in her talk
Emeritus Professor Stephen R Clarke B.Sc (Hons), Dip.Ed., M.A., PhD.
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Pages from 108 BAILEY & CLARKE 2004 Market inefficiencies in player head to head betting on 2003 World Cup Cricket
Professor Peter Sullivan Monash University Dr Sue Gunningham Private Education Consultant Tom Reardon Fitch High School (Retired), USA Professor Martin Westwell Flinders University, South Australia Dr Lynette Airey CSIRO Dr Leicha Bragg Deakin University Damian Howison St Mary MacKillop College
This also relates to George's article in the conference proceedings.
Griffith University, Queensland Professor Dr Barbel Barzel University of Education, Freiburg, Germany NT Department of Education & Training (NT DET) Dr Michael Evans & Janine McIntosh Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)
Other Presentations for download:
MAV10: New Curriculum, New Opportunities.
Papers from Mathematics - Of Prime Importance: the 2009 MAV Annual Conference
Counterexamples in probability and statistics
Smarter Statistics 013 Don019t Go Down With The Titanic
A Revaluation of Newman019s Error Analysis
Allan Leslie White
Students019 transition between contexts of mathematical practices in Ghana
Ernest Kofi Davis, Wee Tiong Seah & Alan J. Bishop
Fibonacci and Proportions
Tina Fitzpatrick, Diane Itter, Christopher Lenard, Terry Mills and Lex Milne
Reciprocal Teaching in Mathematics
Yvonne Reilly, Jodie Parsons and Elizabeth Bortolot
Year 9 Enriched
Rennae Miszkurka and Lisa Saffin
Mental Computation in the Primary classroom
Getting SMART About Assessment for Learning
Beth Price, Kaye Stacey, Vicki Steinle, Helen Chick, Eugene Gvozdenko
Suddenly, We Had Engaged Middle Years Students! How Did That Happen?
Gaye Williams, Brenda Menzel & Brad Sheridan
Mathematics - Of Primary Importance. Is it?
Why Some Groups Work and Some Do Not
Towards a 1-to-4 model for mentoring mathematics learners in South African schools
Willy Mwakapenda & Joseph Dhlamini
Land Surveying For GM1&2 and FM3&4
Resources from ConnectEd Maths: the 2008 MAV Annual Conference
Angela Kotsiras – Maths Peer Tutoring Program at Ivanhoe Girl’s Grammar School
Advt for 2009 Maths Tutor Captain.doc
Advt for Peer tutoring-noticeboards.doc
Become a Maths Tutor.doc
INFORMATION FOR TUTEES.doc
INFORMATION FOR TUTORS.doc
Mathematics Peer Tutoring Program-times.doc
PEER TUTORING PROGRAM ppt for Y8.ppt
PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A TRIAL YEAR 8 PEER TUTORING PROGRAM.doc
Tutor and tutee feedback forms.doc
Ann Downton (Keynote) – Linking Multiplication and Division in Helpful and Enjoyable Ways for Children
Anne Lawrence (Keynote) – Students Making the Connections Between Algebra and Word Problems
Geoff Phillips – Two Terrific Technologies
Gloria Stillman (Keynote) – Connected Mathematics Through Mathematical Modelling and Applications
Irit Peled (Keynote) – Who’s The Boss? The Roles of Mathematics and Reality in Problem Solving
Jennifer Way (Keynote) – Chance Connections
Jill Brown (Keynote) – Structuring Mathematical Thinking in the Primary Years
Judy Anderson (Keynote) – Identifying Problem Solving in School Mathematics: Students’ and Teachers’ Perspectives
Kim Beswick (Keynote) – Improving Middle School Student’s Proportional Reasoning
Konrad Krainer (Keynote) – Innovations in Mathematics, Science and Technology Teaching
Mark O’Brien – Applications: Using Learned Concepts in Non-Routine Contexts
Mark O’Brien – Cooperative Learning in the Maths Classroom
Mark O’Brien – Are We Still Investigating Mathematics?
Sharon London – HOTmaths – Let Me Count the Ways
Download the conference synopsis (3.4MB).