2022 MAV Community Survey


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As we enter 2022, MAV seeks your input through a survey that is designed to inform our strategic planning especially in terms of developing improved services and opportunities for our members and educators across Victoria

About the survey

We are delighted to have designed this survey through a collaborative partnership with Southern Cross University (SCU) researchers, and thank everyone who participated in our pilot survey last month (pilot survey respondents should also complete this version to ensure your views are taken into account, and for a chance to win more prizes). 

The survey is open to all mathematics educators from pre-service and early career, through to established teachers and leaders of mathematics, who teach in early childhood settings and primary and secondary schools and universities, and are located all across Victoria. In short, we are seeking participation from all mathematics educators of Victoria.

Further information about the survey is provided at the survey site, including conditions of consent. The survey will take about 20 minutes of your time to complete. Your responses in the survey will be anonymous and covered by an ethics approval through SCU.

To show our appreciation and acknowledgement of your time completing the survey, you have the opportunity to go into a draw for one of the following prizes:

  • 2x $250 Visa debit vouchers
  • 2x $100 Visa debit vouchers
  • 2x $75 MAV Shop vouchers

The winners of the pilot survey have been notified and we would like to congratulate them once again. 

Ready to get started?

Click on this link or use the below URL to enter the survey site.


Criteria: You must be a current mathematics educator in Victoria.

If you have any questions, before commencing the survey, please contact Claire Embregts, Community Strategy Manager. cembregts@mav.vic.edu.au

On behalf of MAV, I look forward to continuing to provide a voice, leadership, and professional support for mathematical education throughout Victoria.


Peter Saffin

CEO, The Mathematical Association of Victoria

About Southern Cross University (SCU)

SCU is working with MAV to investigate how we can best support our members with specific resources and professional learning, as well as to explore factors that may inform MAV as to how to implement a state-wide cross-sectoral community of practice for teachers of mathematics.

If you would like further information about this data collection project, please contact Lewes Peddell at SCU by emailing lewes.peddell@scu.edu.au.