2022 Primary and Early Childhood Mathematics Education Conference
Day 1: For Leaders. Thursday 9 June, 2022
Thursday Keynote. Paul Staniscia. Quality Leadership: more than a roadmap to improvement and change.
What type of leader are you? Are you on the dance floor or watching from the balcony?
Belief drives behaviour - Building whole school data processes that guarantee buy in.
Implementing a whole-school strategy for building teaching capacity in maths
Assessing students’ mathematical skills, knowledge and understanding
Wee Tiong Seah
Mastery or inquiry approaches? Might there be a feasible middle way?
Day 2: For Teachers. Friday 10 June, 2022
Friday Keynote. Sara McKee. Quality teaching and learning in the mathematics classroom.
Friday Panel. What is quality mathematics teaching?
Sara McKee. Aylie Davidson. Angela Rogers, Wee Tiong Seah
Jen Bowden and Paul Swan
Planning lessons for student-centered structured inquiry in mathematics
Catherine Epstein/ Rodgers
Judy Gregg and Carmel Delahunty
Productive mathematical chatter: How to improve mathematical discourse to enhance reasoning skills
Developing mathematical thinkers through real life contexts
Em O'Halloran and Nick Devereux
Identifying and addressing common fraction misconceptions
Developing relational thinking: the importance of the equals sign
Rachel Pollitt and Rhiannon Rowe
An approach to mathematics pedagogy and curriculum for 3 – 8-year-old children
Lockdown treasures: e-resources for extending mathematical thinking in the primary classroom
2021 Primary and Early Childhood Mathematics Education Conference
Thursday Keynote. Alan Schoelfeld. What really counts in learning, and how can we support teachers in making it happen?
Thursday Keynote. Kate Copping. Becoming a primary mathematics leader.
Thursday Keynote. Jane Page. Leading learning in early years education: what matters and why?
Friday Keynote. Cath Pearn. Identifying and assisting students assessed as being at or below national minimum standards for numeracy.
Friday Keynote. Tom Moore. Mathematical representations 013 positives and potential pitfalls.
Friday Keynote. Belinda Johnston. Transitions to school 013 a story of success.
2019 Primary and Early Childhood Mathematics Education Conference
Welcome to conference: Professor Jim Watterston.
Thursday keynote: Associate Professor Wee Tinog Seah. Loving mathematics: Leading cultural change in your school.
Thursday keynote: Associate Professor Robyn Pierce: Critical thinking with school data: Looking back to look forwards.
Thursday keynote: Jennifer Bowden. Engaging community and family in your mathematics program.
Friday keynote: Dr Duncan Symons. Programs, Packages and Apps: Principles for technology integrating in Primary and Early Childhood Mathematics.
2018: Critical and Creative Thinking in the Mathematics Classroom
2017: Embedding and Assessing the Mathematics Proficiencies
Jen Bowden Using picture books to inspire a working mathematically approach Jen Bowden and Ellen Corovic Being a professional maths teacher – pedagogy, planning and practice Jen Bowden and Ellen Corovic Collaborative maths leadership David Clarke Promoting mathematics proficiencies through classroom talk Ellen Corovic Making mathematical connections Ellen Corovic and Cathy Epstein Let’s get started! Using games to engage students Derek Holton Inquiry mathematics - Nell’s and Norm’s numbers Derek Holton Inquiry mathematics – strange balances Dan Jazby The M in STEM? Practical use of STEM to teach mathematical problem solving Robyn Pierce RME, the resolve project and mathematics by inquiry Wee Tiong Seah OK, we need to do better, but how? Duncan Symons Inquiry Mathematics in the Primary Classroom (ReSolve) Max Stephens Algorithmics in the Victorian Curriculum: An entry point into reasoning and problem solving