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AAMT Journals

AAMT publishes two quarterly journals: The Australian Mathematics Education Journal (AMEJ) and the Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom (APMC). Teachers, students, researchers and teacher-educators are encouraged to submit articles for publication. Please download our Guidelines for Submission of Papers to AAMT Journals.

AAMT Journal Advertising

AAMT journals have advertising spaces available for relevant services, products, and events. Download the 2020 advertising rates sheet.

AAMT is a federation of associations of teachers of mathematics from all Australian States and Territories and has around 4000 individual and institutional members:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) Inc., founded in 1966, is the nation’s premier organisation of mathematics educators.

AAMT aims to:

  •  support and enhance the work of teachers;
  •  promote the learning of mathematics; and
  •  represent and promote interests in mathematics education.

 

COVID-19 updates

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many conferences and events may be subject to cancellation. Please check with your state or territory association for current information about professional learning events.

The AAMT office in Adelaide is only staffed irregularly at the present time. AAMT staff are mostly working from home—in keeping with current COVID–19 government recommendations. The best way to make contact is via email: offfice@aamt.edu.au Otherwise, please call 0449 256 244 until further notice. 

Growing Mathematically

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Growing Mathematically is a project to update and develop resources for teaching multiplicative thinking skills. The resources consist of a revised learning progression, assessment booklets and targeted teaching tasks.

For further information, see here.

Upcoming Webinars

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AAMT is pleased to offer the following free webinars for maths educators

1. A demonstration and discussion of online maths teaching (Mastery approach) in a leading Shanghai primary school (May 22)

2. Back to Business: Building an online maths curriculum into our regular classrooms (May 29)

3. Some useful 'tools' to help you teach geometry, some online and some not (June 4)

For further information, see here.

Inspired Book

Paul Swan, David Dunstan

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Check our books in the catalogue.

New Website

We are currently undertaking a project to update our website! As part of this, we are aiming to place all the digital resources that may be useful for teachers in a convenient and accessible location. We have created a new subsite for this purpose. 

mathseducation.org.au

MTQ

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The National Mathematics Talent Quest is now open for entries. All submissions should be in digital format this year. Please contact the state / territory association for further details. See here.