4th Annual Primary Mathematics Conference | Developing Mathematical Minds | Saturday 8 August 2020 | Novotel, Sydney Olympic Park
4th Annual Primary Mathematics Conference | Developing Mathematical Minds | Saturday 8 August 2020 | Novotel, Sydney Olympic Park

4th Annual Primary Mathematics Conference: Developing Mathematical Minds

Saturday 8 August 2020, Novotel, Sydney Olympic Park

Introducing the 2020 conference:
Developing Mathematical Minds

Featuring some of Australia’s greatest primary maths experts, including keynote speaker Professor Dianne Siemon, the 2020 Annual Primary Mathematics Conference: Developing Mathematical Minds, is arguably the most powerful conference we’ve ever held. This game-changing conference will prepare you for the critical role of developing curious, creative and confident problem solvers of the future.

Anita Chin
Founder & Learning Strategist K-8, Anita Chin Mathematics Consultancy

Anita Chin

A full-day immersive learning experience for school teams

Primary schools can send a team of up to eight educators including teachers, maths champions and school leaders.

 

3 x 75-minute hands-on workshops

12 workshops from inspiring presenters including Di Siemon, Anita Chin, Emma Campbell, Judy Hartnett and other maths stars.

 

2019 sold out. Don’t miss out in 2020

Our 2019 conference sold out 4 months in advance with 300 delegates!

So, even though we’re moving to a bigger venue in 2020, secure your school team’s tickets early to avoid missing out.

Keynote speaker: Emeritus Professor Dianne Siemon, RMIT
Presenting: “You don’t need to differentiate everything – it’s the Big Ideas that make a difference!”

Dr Dianne Siemon has been educating maths teachers for more than 30 years. As Professor of Mathematics Education at RMIT University she is involved in the professional development of practising teachers K-10, particularly in relation to the development of the ‘big ideas’ in number and the use of rich assessment tasks to inform teaching and learning.

Di has led a number of large-scale research projects. She is a past President of the AAMT and a life member of the Mathematical Association of Victoria. She has  been closely involved with national reviews of The Australian Curriculum and was on the National Mathematics Advisory Panel for the development of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. Di co-authored Teaching Mathematics: Foundations to Middle Years.

Di will be presenting the keynote “You don’t need to differentiate everything – it’s the Big Ideas that make a difference!”

Dr Di Siemon

Saturday 8 August 2020
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