
MAV22: Valuing Mathematics in a Changing World
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If you registered for the conference you can access keynotes and session in rooms 1 to 10 here.
For presentations for sessions in rooms 11 to 20 (if provided) see below:
Thursday 1 December 2022
Room 13 Session A  Creating investigations for VCE Mathematical Methods Units 1 & 2. Chris Ireson, James Mott MAVCON Creating Investigations for VCE Maths Methods.pptx
 String Graphs Part 1 Student.pdf
 String Graphs Part 1 Teacher.pdf
 String Graphs Unit Part 2 Student.pdf
 String Graphs Unit Part 2 Teacher.pdf
 StringGraphU_P3_Student.pdf
 StringGraphU_P3_Teacher.pdf
 Functions and Inverses Student.pdf
 Personal Poly StudV1.pdf
 Personal Poly StudV2.pdf
 Personal Poly StudV3.pdf
 Personal Polynomials Teacher Notes.pdf
 Making better boxes and barrels  Possible Responses.docx
 Making better boxes and barrels  Possible Responses.pdf
 Making better boxes and barrels.docx
 Mathematical Investigation Point of No Return.docx
 Point of No Return Solutions.pdf
 Investigation Product of Polynomials  Possible Responses.docx
 Investigation Product of Polynomials  Possible Responses.pdf
 Investigation Product of Polynomials.docx
Thursday 1 December 2022
Room 19 Session A  Effective, painless classroom teaching of secondary school algebra. Peter CollinsThursday 1 December 2022
Room 14, Session D  Real trigonometry using realtime, realworld data. Enzo Vozzo 2022 Flight Calculations Methods 1234.xlsx
 2022 Real Trigonometry Using Real Time Real World Data.pptx
Thursday 1 December 2022
Room 19, Session D  Leadership and mathematics: opportunities for our leaders of tomorrow, today. James DannFriday 2 December 2022
Room 14 – Session E  Computational thinking in problem solving, and its application to mathematical investigation. Brian LannenFriday 2 December 2022
Room 19, Session G  Exploring infectious disease models with handshakes. Anthony Morphett 
MAV21: The Capabilities in Mathematics Teaching & Learning

MAV20: A 2020 Vision  Engaging Mathematics

MAV19: Making+Connections
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Thursday 4 December 2019
A01 Mike Askew  Reasoning as a mathematical habit of mind
A04 Kate Smith Miles  Mythbusting Mathematics
View Professor SmithMiles' Keynote Presentation hereB01 Allason McNamara, Dean Lamson and Philip Swedosh  2018 Specialist Mathematics Exam 1
B01 Allason McNamara, Dean Lamson and Philip Swedosh  2018 Specialist Mathematics Exam 1
B17 Catherine Pearn and Max Stephens  Developing fractional and algebraic thinking in middle years
B20 Ellen Corovic  A handful of favourites: Explore a collection of context rich investigations
B24 Peter Fox  Maximum Fun with Calculus
B28 Brian Stokes  Using Mathematica as an Effective Tool
C01 Allason McNamara and Mary Papp  2018 Math Methods Examinations
C05 Bernard Kerrins  Making Maths Engaging for Students AND Teachers!
C06 Russell McCartney and Chris Terlich  Mathematically Rich Tasks in Primary Schools
C18 Renee Patel and Lauren Lamont  Number Talks in the Primary Classroom
C31 Doug Williams – Learning Fractions With Picture Puzzles
DE03 Ellen Corovic and Aimee Fleming  Masterclass: Supporting leaders in their first years of leading
DE07 Irina Lyublinskaya  Formative Assessment with Mobile Devices in Mathematics Classroom
E07 Wayne Semmens  Interesting Physics Applications for Methods & Specialist SACs  PPT
E07 Wayne Semmens  Interesting Physics Applications for Methods & Specialist SACs  Doc
E10 Kerri Smith  Developing Number Sense P2
E20 Dianne Siemon  Exploring students’ mathematical reasoning through horizon problems
E34 Doug Williams – Learning Algebra With Picture Puzzles
Friday 6 December 2019
F01 Mike Askew  Big Ideas; Connecting within and across the mathematics curriculum
View Professor Askew's Keynote Presentation hereF05 Greg Oates  Intuition and Cognitive Conflict: From “OhOh” to AhHa’
G02 Judy Gregg and Genovieve Grouios  The Proficiencies: The Action of Mathematics
G11 Heather Ernst  Connecting Probability
G32 Doug Williams – Algebra Through Geometry
GH05 Irina Lyublinskaya  Formative Assessment with Mobile Devices in Mathematics Classroom
GH06 LeeAnne Pyke and Ellen Corovic  Learning mathematics through a spirit of inquiry
H03 Bernard Kerrins  Making Maths Engaging for Students AND Teachers!
H07 Wayne Semmens  Interesting Physics Applications for Methods & Specialist SACs  PPT
H07 Wayne Semmens  Interesting Physics Applications for Methods & Specialist SACs  Doc
H14 Renee Patel and Lauren Lamont  Number Talks in the Primary Classroom
I09 Helen Haralambous  Inquisitive, Inspiring Warm Ups
I13 Irina Lyublinskaya  Geometry + Technology = Proof
I14 Dianne Siemon  Exploring students’ mathematical reasoning through horizon problems
I21 Pam Hammond  Using the Context of the Olympic Games to enhance the learning of Mathematics: 1956 then and now, Flags for fractions, Tokyo Olympics
I22 Doug Williams – Luke’s fraction Game & a Practical Fraction Unit
I33 Carolyn Smales and Joel Townsend  Scaffolding Mathematical Reasoning for Junior Secondary
J01 Doug Williams – Connecting Mathematics through Rectangles & Squares
J21 Pam Hammond  Using the Context of the Olympic Games to enhance the learning of Mathematics: 1956 then and now, Flags for fractions, Tokyo Olympics

MAV18: Teachers creating Impact
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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)
A5 The challenges of teaching with challenging tasks  James Russo (Keynote)
B1 Maths Methods Examination  Allason McNamarra, Rod Watson Exam 1 and Exam 2
B11 For the love of Maths300  Ellen Corovic, Jennifer Bowden
B12 Picture Puzzles  Doug Williams
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 billmurray9@hotmail.com)
B27 Developing UDFs, notes pages and widgets  Chris lreson, Len Bedier
B32 A look at networks and decision mathematics  Vicky Kennard
B35 STEM is hiding everywhere  Rodney Anderson
BC9 Enrichment tasks for high performing students  Donna Callow, Jim Rizos
C1 2017 Specialist Mathematics Examinations  Allason McNamara, Philip Swedosh, Dean Lamson  Exam 1, Exam 2 Part 1 and Exam 2 Part 2
C6 Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics  John West
C7 Creating Impact with Wolfram I Alpha  Craig Bauling
C22 GeoGebra in the classroom building conceptual understanding  Danijela Draskovic
C34 How to do intervention well  Tierney Kennedy (Further information)
C40 Worthwhile CAS calculator use in this year's second Methods exam  Kevin McMenamin
C42 Process over product: it's more than an equation  Lorraine Day, Derek Hurrell
D27 Fun and games in VCE maths  Rosalind Willsher, Sharon Darling (Further informaton  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5)
D38 Developing Further Maths SAC task  Kevin McMenamin
DE1 Inspiring Further Maths Students: Recurison and Financial Maths
DE3 Enrichment tasks for high performing students  Donna Callow, Jim Rizos
E2 A critical analysis of the use of effect sizes to judge impact  George Lilley, Marcel Van Otterdyk
E3 Maths, Magic and more  Stephen Hanlon
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 billmurray9@hotmail.com)
E10 UDFs and widgets in VCE Specialist Mathematics  Chris Ireson
E11 Teach Excelent maths  Robert Money, John Widmer
E22 Resolve: Maths by Inquiry engaging classroom resources  Helen Haralambous
E36 Making the connection: teaching big ideas and metacognition for examinations  Patricia Hosking
Friday 7 December 2018
F6 Principles of Engaging Mathematics Teaching  Eddie Woo
G2 Cross curricular middle school mathematics  Jennifer Kain, Andrea Demosthenous
G13 The art of enrichment  Narcisa Corcaci
G15 Why play mathematical games in primary mathematics?  James Russo, Toby Russo
G21 Design thinking in maths classes  Heather Boschert, Jan Mann, Ming Gao Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
G35 Developing UDFs, notes pages and widgets  Chris Ireson, Len Bedier
G38 Teaching coding without technology? Yes I can!  Samantha Bothe
H3 Maths, magic and more  Stephen Hanlon
H10 For the love of Maths300  Ellen Corovic, Jennifere Bowden
H19 Design thinking in maths classes  Heather Boschert, Jan Mann, Ming Gao Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
H25 GeoGebra in the classroom  building conceptual understanding  Danijela Draskovic
H29 A look at networks and decision mathematics  Vicky Kennard
H35 How to do intervention well  Tierney Kennedy (Further information)
H39 Using games to engage students in maths  Helen Haralambous
H41 Fascinating, captivating and absorbing learners  Doug Williams
I1 Delivering excellence in financial literacy  Damian Nicholson
I5 Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics  John West
I6 Learning fractions with Picture Puzzles  Doug Williams
I10 UDFs and widgets in VCE Specialist Mathematics  Chris Ireson
I12 Teach Excelent Maths  Robert Money, John Widmer
I17 Flipping the maths classroom EAL learners  Bernadette Mercieca
I29 Worthwhile CAS calculator use in this year's second Methods exam  Kevin McMenamin
J1 Further Maths exams: using the CAS calculator efficiently and effectively  Kevin McMenamin
J4 Get your hands on handon tasks  Doug Williams
J9 Embedding Maths 300 in Secondary Programs  Helen Haralambous, Danijela Draskovic
J17 Algorithmic thinking across primary years  Jennifer Bowden, Judy Gregg
J23 Fun and games in VCE maths  Rosalind Willsher, Sharon Darling (Further Information Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5)
J31 A cricital analysis of the use of effect sizes to judge impact  George Lilley, Marcel Van Otterdyk

MAV17: Achieving Excellence in M.A.T.H.S.
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MAV16: Maths Explosion.
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MAV15: Back to the Future.
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MAV14: Maths Rocks.
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MAV13: Mathematics of Planet Earth.
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MAV12: It's My Maths: Personalised mathematics learning.
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Papers from Maths is Multi Dimensional: the 2011 MAV Annual Conference
Keynote Presentations
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 talkDeakin University Emeritus Professor Stephen R Clarke B.Sc (Hons), Dip.Ed., M.A., PhD.
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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:
B10 and H5 Improving the Development of Mathematical Vocabulary

MAV10: New Curriculum, New Opportunities.
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Papers from Mathematics  Of Prime Importance: the 2009 MAV Annual Conference
Using Mathematics Extension Materials in the Upper Primary/Lower Secondary School
Ian BullUnderstanding Fractions: What Happens Between Kindergarten And The Army?
Karim NouraCounterexamples in probability and statistics
John KermondSmarter Statistics 013 Don019t Go Down With The Titanic
Andrew StewartA Revaluation of Newman019s Error Analysis
Allan Leslie WhiteMathematics in Surveying: Motivating and Challenging Students Through Practical Applications of Mathematics
Mary BarnesStudents019 transition between contexts of mathematical practices in Ghana
Ernest Kofi Davis, Wee Tiong Seah & Alan J. BishopFibonacci and Proportions
Tina Fitzpatrick, Diane Itter, Christopher Lenard, Terry Mills and Lex MilneUse of Cartoons and Comics to Teach Algebra in Mathematics Classrooms
Tin Lam TohReciprocal Teaching in Mathematics
Yvonne Reilly, Jodie Parsons and Elizabeth BortolotDeveloping mathematical language 013 key to conceptual development
Brian TweedGrouping and strategies for Differentiation of the Mathematics Curriculum
Sue DitchfieldReasoning And Communication In The Mathematics Classroom 013 Some 018What019 Strategies
Berinderjeet KaurYear 9 Enriched
Rennae Miszkurka and Lisa SaffinMental Computation in the Primary classroom
Angela RogersMind Your Language: Speaking In and About the Mathematics Classroom
David ClarkePaper Geometry Vs Orange Geometry 013 Comparative Geometry on the Plane and the Sphere
Istvn LnrtGetting SMART About Assessment for Learning
Beth Price, Kaye Stacey, Vicki Steinle, Helen Chick, Eugene GvozdenkoSmall Group Tutoring Leading to Student Peer Teaching
Tracey SnapeIncreasing Levels of Technology Usage in the Mathematics Department at Ormiston College
Ian ThomsonSuddenly, We Had Engaged Middle Years Students! How Did That Happen?
Gaye Williams, Brenda Menzel & Brad SheridanReal Numbers
David LeighLancasterUsing Progression Points for Diagnostic (Formative) Assessment: Chance
John GoughMathematics  Of Primary Importance. Is it?
Douglas WilliamsUsing Problem Solving to Engage Students in Their Study of Linear Equations
Russell JamesWhy Some Groups Work and Some Do Not
Gaye WilliamsAlgebraic Thinking: generalising number and geometry to express patterns and properties succinctly
George BookerThe Mixerupperer: A systematic way to group students
Peter CoxTowards a 1to4 model for mentoring mathematics learners in South African schools
Willy Mwakapenda & Joseph DhlaminiLand Surveying For GM1&2 and FM3&4
Rob Daniel 
Resources from ConnectEd Maths: the 2008 MAV Annual Conference
Angela Kotsiras – Maths Peer Tutoring Program at Ivanhoe Girl’s Grammar School
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PEER TUTORING PROGRAM ppt for Y8.ppt
PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A TRIAL YEAR 8 PEER TUTORING PROGRAM.doc
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image002.jpgAnn 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
Debra Leong – So What Do Engineers Do? (Connecting Mathematics to Engineering)
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A Leaky Tank  calculus problem.pdfGeoff Phillips – Two Terrific Technologies
C46 & D44  Geoff Phillips Part 1.pdf
C46 & D44  Geoff Phillips Part 2.pdf
C46 & D44  Geoff Phillips Part 3.pdf
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What does that button do.do?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
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Mark O’Brien – Applications: Using Learned Concepts in NonRoutine 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
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