MAV19 conference Email Alert - 7 June


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MAV19 Call for Options Closing Friday!

Join many other experienced teachers, educators, academics, companies and others who present to over 1500 mathematics educators at MAV19. We invite presenters of all levels of experience to share their ideas, knowledge, resources and expertise with others.

For more information and to submit an option by this Friday, 15th June Click here.

Sponsorship and Exhibiting opportunities!

MAV invites your organisation to attend MAV19:

  • achieve brand positioning
  • Develop leads
  • access to networking opportunities with educators


Our professional exhibition is unique opportunity to meet with maths educators.
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New and exciting sponsorship opportunities are available.
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 Annual Sponsors

anzuk education

 Cambridge University Press


Texas Instruments 

Any questions or for further information, contact Jacqui Diamond on Tel: +61 3 9380 2399 or email:

Early bird registration is open!

Why be an Early Bird?

  1. Get the best rate
  2. Be the first to select your sessions before the program is released!

Early bird registrations close Friday 28 June 2019, click here to register now.

Confirmed Keynotes

A dynamic keynote program is being developed designed to explore the theme Making+Connections

Hilary Hollingsworth, Cassandra Marinopoulos and Geoff Masters join our awesome keynote list.

Hilary HollingsworthDr Hilary Hollingsworth

Dr Hilary Hollingsworth is a Principal Research Fellow in the Educational Monitoring and Research Division at the Australian Council for Educational Research. She has 30 years’ experience working in a wide range of national and international educational contexts including schools, universities, research organisations, government education departments and private education service organisations. Her expertise is in teaching and learning, teacher education and professional development, classroom observation frameworks, video classroom observations, teaching quality, assessing student learning, and communicating student learning progress. Hilary has extensive expertise related to the use of video classroom observations, combining academic research and practice. She was the Australian representative for the TIMSS Video Studies and has designed and developed programs using video classroom observations for teacher professional learning in Australia and internationally. Hilary has published papers and technical reports related to teacher professional learning, video classroom observation research and communicating student learning progress.

 Cassandra MarinopoulosCassandra Marinopoulos

Cassandra Marinopoulos is the 2018 Victorian Education Excellence Awards Outstanding Secondary Teacher winner.

A teacher with 16 years of experience, she is currently the Excellence in Learning leader at Berwick College which has seen a transformation in the way Mathematics is taught.

Cassandra is passionate about developing enthusiastic and expert Mathematics practitioners through a culture of collaboration that is reflected in the classroom.

Geoff MastersProfessor Geoff Masters AO

Geoff Masters is Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of the Australian Council for Educational Research, positions he has held since 1998.

Professor Masters has conducted a number of reviews for governments, including a review of examination procedures in the NSW Higher School Certificate; an investigation of options for the introduction of an Australian Certificate of Education; a national review of options for reporting and comparing school performances; reviews of strategies for improving literacy and numeracy learning in government schools in Queensland and the Northern Territory; and a review of senior secondary assessment and tertiary entrance procedures in Queensland. Most recently, Professor Masters worked with the Western Australian Department of Education to develop a Principal Performance Improvement Tool. He is currently undertaking a review of the K-12 school curriculum for the New South Wales Education Standards Authority.

Professor Masters’ contributions to education have been recognised through the award of the Australian College of Educators’ Medal in 2009 and his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2014.

Professor Master's keynote presentation is sponsored bymaths pathway

For full list of keynote presenters click here.

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