The landscape of education
Jobs requiring STEM-literate students are on the rise, yet fewer students are electing to study maths at senior level. In this blog we explore causes […]
Australia needs more girls in advanced maths
The world is celebrating International Women’s Day this week and in Australia we’re uniting under the theme ‘More Powerful Together’. It’s a theme that highlights […]
December 2018: What’s News in Education
Fraction wars, philosophical wars, photo-bombing teachers, incredible data displays and much more. Want to stay up to date with the latest education news? Click here. SOURCE: Carla Dawson Mathematics […]
November 2018: What’s News in Education
Maddeningly delicious geometry, a mathematical gut-check, the moons of moons and more. Mathematics Education Catriona Shearer and Ben Orlin bring us some maddeningly delicious geometry… if you […]
October 2018: What’s News in Education
Mathematical memories, pedagogical perspectives, inspiring schools designs and more. Maths Education What's your earliest mathematical memory? Here's mine: I knew $0.25 + $0.25 was $0.50, so […]
Maths Pathway selected to be part of the HundrED Innovation Spotlight!
Exciting news! Maths Pathway has been selected from a group of amazing applicants to be part of the first HundrED Victorian Spotlight. We’re one of […]
September 2018: What’s News in Education
Mathematical puzzles and photos galore, the missing right to literacy, what school exams do and don’t mean, and more. Maths Education This listing of maths puzzles isn’t new, […]
August 2018: What’s News in Education
The truth about effect sizes, new hurdles for teachers and principals, Chinese super-classes, an Aussie Fields Medallist and more.
It’s Pi Approximation Day!
You might already be familiar with Pi Day celebrated on the 3rd of March (3/14 in US date format), but did you know about Pi […]
July 2018: What’s News in Education
The 30 million word gap, ATAR obsessions, new research from East Germany and Cartesian-inspired fairy tales.