Mathematical Association of SA (MASA) Annual Conference 2019

The Mathematical Association of South Australia (MASA) supports the mathematics teachers of South Australia. The MASA Annual Conference 2019 will be held on Thursday 18 - Friday 19 July, 2019.

Mathematical Association of SA (MASA) Annual Conference 2019

The Mathematical Association of South Australia (MASA) supports the mathematics teachers of South Australia. The MASA Annual Conference 2019 will be held on Thursday 18 - Friday 19 July, 2019.

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  • 18 July
    2 days, 08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
    Adelaide
    • Free

Maths Pathway is proudly supporting the MASA Annual Conference 2019 to be held at St Peters College, Hackney Road, St Peters, Adelaide.

The Keynote Speaker will be Dr James Tanton (PhD, Princeton 1994, mathematics) from the Mathematical Association of America. He is an education consultant and an ambassador for the Mathematical Association of America in Washington D.C., currently serving as their Mathematican-at-Large. He has taught mathematics both at university and high-school institutions. Tanton is absolutely committed to sharing joyful and beautiful mathematical thinking and doing with all. He writes books and articles, he advises on curriculum, he consults with teachers and gives demonstration classes across the globe, he designs and teachers graduate education courses, he gives public outreach lectures, and he works with students of all ages and backgrounds to experience the wonder of mathematics. See his sites at jamestanton.com and gdaymath.com and the Global Math Project site for more.  James Tanton has some amazing work published and much of it available on the net.

Visit us at the Maths Pathway exhibit to learn about our data-driven Learning & Teaching Model, developed by teachers, which is more than doubling the average growth rate of Australian students. 

While at the exhibit, pick up your free maths classroom activity and enter the draw for the Maths 4 Love 'Prime Climb' game or double Gold Class cinema tickets.

Click on the REGISTER button above to find out more about the MASA Annual Conference 2019.

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