Bringing Maths to Life Building strong foundations for critical and creative thinking A NSWIER /UNSW teaching conference
Wednesday, 23 November, 2022 Central Lecture Block UNSW
This conference is accredited by NESA Professional Development Accredited - standard descriptors: 1.2.2, 2.1.2 & 3.3.2.
Mathematics Research and implications for teaching Years K - 8
Effective strategies to master the basics and improve Mathematics learning in all students – disadvantaged to academically advanced, regional and remote.
Mathematics and higher-order thinking in the classroom
Angela D’AngeloKEYNOTE SPEAKERS Eddie Woo, Teacher, Bringing maths to life DOWNLOAD PPT HERE Dianne Siemon, Emeritus Professor Mathematics Education, RMIT University Multiplicative Thinking – What is it and why is it important? DOWNLOAD PPT HERE Catherine Attard, Professor Mathematics Education, Western Sydney University Student Engagement, Critical Thinking, and Mathematics Kim Beswick, Professor Mathematics Education, University of NSW Lifting Mathematics Learning for all Learners: Is it possible? DOWNLOAD PPT HERE
WORKSHOPS MATERIALS Dianne Siemon ARTICLETargeting the "big ideas" in Mathematics(2017); HANDOUTBuilding mental strategies for multiplication facts Christine Mae PRESENTATIONMaking additive relations visible Daniel Proctor & Jackie Blue PRESENTATION Maths games Henrietta MillerPRESENTATION Teaching Number with a focus on using concrete and visual tools when problem solving. Angela D’Angelo PRESENTATION Bringing life to Maths! St Anthony's Clovelly (Andrea de Carvalho, Bridget O'Neill, Anna Novak) PRESENTATION Mathematics research and implications for teaching