REGISTER ONLINE OR ATTEND THE EVENT – GO TO
Connect with Maths Day 2016
Friday March 18, 2016
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Victorian Space Science Education Centre
400 Pascoe Vale Road
Strathmore, VIC, 3041
Connect with Maths Day, FRIDAY MARCH 18, is a one day professional learning event to celebrate and promote the importance and diversity of mathematics in society themed by the five Connect with Maths communities.
You can join in Connect with Maths Day in two ways:
1) ATTEND the event at the state of the art Victorian Space Science Education Centre
2) ONLINE through attending the live Adobe Connect session
You can register for one or more of 24 sessions on the day. There are four concurrent sessions, two after the keynote and two after lunch. You can register as an individual selecting your sessions for the day. There is a group registration if you wish to include your colleagues.
NEED Help about attending online?
Go to the help pages on connectwithmathsday.aamt.edu.au
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to the following presenters for the inaugural Connect with Maths Day.
Launch and Keynotes
Master of Ceremonies:
Teaching Maths And YouTube
Everyday Learning about Maths and Numeracy
Concurrent Sessions Presenters
- Make it count with indigenous learners John Bradbury, Matt Skoss, Dr Chris Matthews, Professor Robyn Jorgensen, Gina Milgate, Robyn Anderson
- Early Years learning in mathematics Professor Bob Perry, Associate Professor Catherine Attard, Jennifer Bowden, Louise Hodgson, Professor Nicola Yelland
- Maths in Action Paul Koehne, Luca Bertolacci, Ian Christie, Michael Pakakis, Ross Turner, Bronwyn Welch
- Engaging all students Associate Professor Catherine Attard, Dr Steve Thornton, Kate Manuel, Professor Mike Askew, Chris Harte
- Digital learning and mathematics Associate Professor Steven Bird, Gary Bass, Professor Leon Stirling, Jonathan Kingsley, Dr Sharyn Livy, Dr Tracey Muir
Connect with Maths Day in 2016 provides an opportunity for teachers to learn from Community Leaders and experts face-to-face or online in a range of high quality professional learning and a great way to create relevant resources to engage teachers of mathematics.
All recordings and resources will be available on the Connect with Maths community website with vox pop and interviews on Channel 31.
The Connect with Maths project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training through the Mathematics and Science Participation Program.