Spring into TEAMP provided eight face-to-face and webinar sessions throughout the day highlighting literacy, numeracy and their interconnection in primary teaching and learning. The session is conducted on the Victorian Departments' Adobe Connect platform.
- Using Inquiry to Engage All Learners - Dr Judy Hartnett [QLD]
- We can count on more than Frank: Using picture books to
engage students in mathematics - Dr Tracey Muir [TAS] and Dr
Sharyn Livy [VIC]
- Flipping with Kirch - Crystal Kirch [US]
- Teaching to challenge and engage highly able students in your
classroom - Andrea Blake [VIC]
- Developing Multiliteracies through ACMI Initiatives - Anna
- Sketchnoting 101 - Matthew Magain [VIC]
- Zero is my hero - Dr Angela Rogers [VIC]
Carmel Phillips and Mary Holgate Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Board [VCAA] discuss the key features and intentions of the Victorian EArly Years Learning and Development Framework [VEYLDF].
Caroline Cohrssen is interested in young children’s demonstrations of mathematical thinking, not only in what they say but also in what they make, draw and do. Caroline’s work aims to equip pre-service early childhood educators to recognise mathematical thinking, plan playful activities and interact purposefully with children to support and extend children's emerging mathematical skills and understanding..
The Importance of Talk
This Connect with Maths Early Years Learning in Mathematics community webinar discusses the importance of talk as part of a quality mathematical learning environment for young children. Denise makes links to the Early Years Learning Framework and the Australian Curriculum and share some ideas for facilitating mathematical talk with young children. The session will be conducted on the Victorian Departments' Adobe Connect platform.
The Importance of Talk [Vimeo] 1 hour
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Maths at Sea
Maths at Sea is professional learning event is presented by Dr Ian Lowe and Sarah O'Donnell, first mate, and education officer at the Polly Woodside (Australian National Trust Tall ship) Tall ships were dependent on their crew’s understanding of mathematical principles concerning area, volume, depth, speed and weight. The National Trust Maths At Sea Program provides primary and lower secondary students with hands-on activities on board a tall ship while providing practical examples of mathematical problems.
Maths at Sea [Vimeo] 47 mins
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Upcoming TEAMP Videos
December 2016 MAV Conference
Smith Family Let' Count
Ass Prof Anne Gervasoni - Monash Universuty, VIC
Connecting Young Children's Maths Learning: Early Yrs (P-3)
Professor Joanne Mulligan, Macquarie Uni, NSW
Family Maths~ Helen Haralambous, MAV, VIC
What's the Story ~ Ellen Corovic, MAV, VIC
Dyscalculia And Low Numeracy, Diagnosis And Intervention
Ann Williams - VIC
May 2016 MAV Gippsland Conference
Engaging Students through Maths Games -Dr Paul Swan, WA
War on Worksheets - Martin Holt, MAV VIC
Picture Storybooks - VIC
Games and Maths Learning - VIC