'Making Mathematicians'

The highly successful MAV 40th Annual Conference, held on 4 and 5 December, 2003, was attended by approx. 2100 mathematics educators from around Victoria and Australia, as well as many international visitors.

To download a copy of the conference synopsis please right-click on the link if you are using a PC, or click and hold down the mouse button on a Mac.

View some of the Keynote papers from the 2003 conference.

THE DYNAMIC CLASSROOM
Douglas Butler - ICT Training Centre, Oundle School, Peterborough, UK

IMPROVING MATHEMATICAL OUTCOMES IN THE MIDDLE YEARS
Rosemary Callingham - University of New England

‘ORCHESTRATING THE END’ OF MATHEMATICS LESSONS
Jill Cheeseman

CHALLENGING AND ENGAGING STUDENTS WITH WORTHWHILE MATHEMATICS IN THE MIDDLE YEARS
Doug M. Clarke - Australian Catholic University, St Patrick’s Campus

RICH TASKS FOR MIDDLE YEARS
Steve Flavel - Darwin High School
Judith Selby - Bundaberg High School

GIRLS, BOYS, AND COMPUTERS FOR MATHEMATICS LEARNING
Helen Forgasz - Monash University

CAS: THE SAFE APPROACH
Sue Garner - Ballarat Grammar School
Allason McNamara - Methodist Ladies College
Frank Moya - Frankston High School

MATHEMATICS FOR ALL BUT MORE MATHEMATICS FOR SOME – A LOOK AT SINGAPORE’S SCHOOL MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM
Berinderjeet Kaur - National Institute of Education, Singapore

USING GRAPHICS CALCULATORS WITH LOW-ACHIEVING STUDENTS
Martin Lindsay - Distance Education Centre

EFFECTIVE TEACHERS OF NUMERACY IN THE EARLY YEARS AND BEYOND
Andrea McDonough - Australian Catholic University

PEDAGOGY AS CONVERSATION: A METAPHOR FOR LEARNING TOGETHER
Tracey J. Smith - Charles Sturt University

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