MAV18 conference Email Alert - 07 June


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MAV18 conference - teachers creating impact
 

The Mathematical Association of Victoria is excited to announce the 55th Annual Conference (MAV18) will be at La Trobe University, Bundoora from Thursday 6 – Friday 7 December 2018.

Call for Options closing in one week!

At the heart of MAV’s Annual Conference are teachers. Each year over 1400 mathematics educators including teachers, academics, policy makers, curriculum experts and resource developers come together to share their collective expertise, experiences and ideas. This year the conference will focus on best practice, new ideas and innovative approaches around how:

  • sharing action research and evidence is improving practice
  • technology can be used as a valuable tool to support teaching and learning
  • critical and creative thinking can be embedded into the classroom
  • networks and communities of practice can support excellence and improvement.

This is a chance for you to share your experiences and knowledge with your colleagues and we encourage you to submit an abstract.

Submissions will only be accepted online and will be closing on Friday 15 June. Click here to access the Call for Options google form.

Early bird registration will close on 29 June!

Not only do you get the early bird rate, be the first to select your sessions before the program is released!

The Mathematical Association of Victoria invites you to participate in its annual conference; MAV18: Teachers Creating Impact.

All two-day conference registrations include:

  • Conference morning tea and lunch on both days
  • Complimentary conference satchel
  • Access to the conference sessions
  • Pass to the exhibition hall
  • One ticket to the Meet & Greet social event on Thursday evening
  • Parking

One day conference registrations are entitled to lunch and morning tea on the day they are registered (Thursday registration includes the social event).

All registration fees include a 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Earlybird registrations close Friday 29 June 2018.

To register and for further information click here.

Confirmed Keynotes

MAV are pleased to confirm the following keynotes who will be joining Dr Alan Finkel AO, Leonie Anstey, Professor Robyn Jorgensen, Centenary Professor Tom Lowrie, Dr Tracey Muir, Rob Proffitt-White and Dr James Russo.

Eddie WooEddie Woo

Eddie Woo is the 2018 Australian Local Hero Award recipient. His enthusiasm for mathematics education is infectious. He feels privileged everyday to be working with young people to help them grow and flourish and find their place in the world. Eddie began uploading videos of his maths classes in 2012 to YouTube in an attempt to help a sick child in his class. Eddie now has over 300,000 subscribers.

 

Nicola YellandNicola Yelland

Nicola Yelland is the Professor of Early Childhood Studies in the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia. Her teaching and research interests have been related to the use of new technologies in school and community contexts. She has also worked in East Asia and examined the culture and curriculum of early childhood settings. Nicola’s work engages with educational issues with regard to varying social, economic and political conditions and thus requires multidisciplinary perspectives.  Recent publications include; Reimagining play with new technologies. In L. Arnott (Ed.) Digital technologies and learning in the early years. (London, UK: SAGE) and Yelland, N.J. & Leung, W.M. Policy into practice in Hong Kong pre-primary kindergartens: the impact of a reform agenda viewing early childhood as the foundation for lifelong learning. International Journal of Early Years. She is the editor of a new edited collection with Dana Franz-Bentley; Found in translation: Connecting reconceptualist thinking with contemporary early childhood practices.  (New York: Routledge). Nicola is the founding co-editor of two journals Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood and Global Studies of Childhood and the Series Editor of Changing Images of Early Childhood with Routledge (New York).

Sponsorship and Exhibiting opportunities!

The Mathematical Association of Victoria invites your organisation to attend the 55th Annual Conference (MAV18) in Melbourne from Thursday 6 – Friday 7 December 2018. Hosted at La Trobe University, sponsors and exhibitors will be able to achieve brand positioning and have access to networking opportunities with educators from the mathematical industry.

Exhibition

We have had a fantastic response with over 35 exhibition space sold. Don’t delay in booking your space today!

MAV18 exhibition is an integral part of the conference and provides a great opportunity for organisations to showcase products and services in a face-to-face environment. The Exhibition will provide delegates and exhibitors with an intimate and interactive environment that provides a central meeting place for all participants. For more details and to download an exhibition prospectus and application form click here.

If you have any questions or would like further information please contact Jacqui Diamond on Tel: +61 3 9380 2399 or email: jdiamond@mav.vic.edu.au

Sponsorship

We are pleased to be able to offer some new and exciting sponsorship opportunities as an Annual Sponsor and as a MAV18 sponsor. Download a flyer here.

For more detail regarding both annual sponsorship and sponsorship for MAV18 conference contact Peter Saffin on Tel: +61 3 9380 2399 or email: psaffin@mav.vic.edu.au
 

 
     
 

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