News and research

Find the latest news from MAV, as well as links to activities and support that may be useful to primary teachers.

MAV also curates a collection of research literature to help shape professional practice and to inform professional learning at your school.

MAV news and events

Professional learning

For our latest events see our PL events page.

 

In-school consulting and professional learning

Click here to find out more about MAV’s work in schools.
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Access and contribute to up-to-date information, current and upcoming MAV events.

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Matrix

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2020 Primary Conference

MAV with the Melbourne Graduate School of Education’s Mathematics Education Group will run a conference including a mathematics Leaders day and a day for Mathematics Teachers. 

Find out more here.
MAV presentations

Check out these presentations from MAV Primary Mathematics Professional Learning and events.

Algorithmic thinking (ppt) by Tim Colman
Transition from Kinder to Foundation by Bree Collins
Previous Primary Conference presentations with Melbourne University Graduate School of Education

Research literature

MAV journals

AAMT journals
  • Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom
  • Australian Mathematics Education Journal

Find them here.

Research papers

Access links for a selection of great research papers

Melbourne Graduate School of Education Research

A range of materials for use by teachers, teacher candidates, graduate students and researchers.

MERGA

MERGA, the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia,  promotes, shares, disseminates, and co-operates on quality research on mathematics education.

ACER research reports

The ACER produces regular reports related to education.

 

 

These support pages were produced using Strategic Partnership Program funding from the Department of Education and Training.

These support pages were produced using Strategic Partnership Program funding from the Department of Education and Training.