About the Hub
The Mathematics Hub supports Australian teachers and schools to teach mathematics and numeracy in engaging and informative ways that will improve mathematics and numeracy outcomes for their students.
The Hub also provides further support to students and their families. Students can explore why it’s important to learn mathematics, how it is taught in Australian schools today and how students can go further with mathematics beyond school.
- aligns to Version 9 of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics providing supplementary information on maths and numeracy and the general capabilities outlined by ACARA
- provides free, online and nationally available mathematics professional learning opportunities, such as the Maths in Schools Professional Learning and Explicit Teaching in Maths modules
- supports teachers in planning, teaching and assessing by providing links to 100s of teaching resources, planning support, teaching strategies and assessment approaches
- provides teachers and school leaders with resources designed to build a maths community within the school and in the homes of their students and families
- supports students and families to engage in maths, recognise the signs of maths anxiety, give advice for homework, and clear and accessible descriptions of the different parts of mathematics taught at each year level.
Explore and find:
- the Number Check – a quick and easy way for teachers to gauge the numeracy knowledge of Year 1 students
- the Planning tool – a tool supporting teachers from Foundation–Year 10 to plan mathematics lessons.
The Mathematics Hub have partnered and engaged with leading mathematics teaching experts, institutions, organisations and associations to continually enhance mathematics and numeracy outcomes for Australian schools, teachers, families and students.
Maths in Schools: Teaching and Learning Resources to Support Mathematics is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and managed by Education Services Australia.