Professional learning events

Looking to engage with teaching v9 Australian Curriculum: Mathematics?

Register for a one-hour workshop from 3:30-4:30pm every Monday afternoon throughout February 2024. Each week we will explore a maths topic and examine a range of classroom activities to enhance your teaching practice and build a positive mindset towards Mathematics.

Please note these events are face to face workshops for teachers based in metropolitan Darwin and plans are underway for local and regional events in other states and territories during 2024. In the meantime you can also visit our webinar page to view similar sessions on demand that have been delivered nationally. Or you can register your interest in professional learning and a Maths in Schools Project Officer will contact you.

Presenter: Suzanne Carter, The University of Adelaide.



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Monday 26th February

Teaching culturally responsive maths pedagogy!

​Culturally responsive maths pedagogy is a way of teaching about the diverse cultural characteristics, experiences, and perspectives of all Australians. The rich and enduring histories and cultures of First Nations Australians is explored to gain an understanding of how to teach mathematics in a culturally responsive manner.

Palmerston, NT