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Kia ora teacher/kaiako

The Subject Associations (listed in the flyer) are excited to launch the first marketing push for the inaugral Primary Subject Teachers Conference.

The website it now live ( although please note  it is still in a construction phase, the organising committee are currently waiting on the website designers to complete work to make sure it is ready for viewing and functioning to receive registrations and workshop proposals. 

Please take time to check out the facebook (nzpstconference) and twitter pages (@NzPrimary), again please be aware that these platforms are in the initial planning and development phases and we will be starting to put more information on these over time. 

However, please take time to share the flyer, social websites and conference website with your school networks.

We only have a small window of opportunity to connect with schools and principals before they finalise their budgets for 2019, so I would appreciate everyone’s help with this first important marketing phase.

Nga mihi nui

Conference Committee for NZPS

Mathematics Symposium 2018

Maths Symposium
Mathematics Symposium 2018 
October 10th 2018
Somerset Crescent School 
9am - 3pm
Audience - Teachers - Year 0 - 10
Massey University and the Manawatu Mathematics Teachers' Association 
are proud to bring you our mathematics symposium 2018

In addition to our keynote speaker, Dr Catherine Attard, we have mathematics experts and everyday mathematics teachers sharing good practice with the aim of raising student and teacher engagement in mathematics.  

Please distribute this widely.  If you know of people doing great things in mathematics education, please shoulder tap them and encourage them to share their expertise with us.

More information can be found on our flyer and the MMTA website -

To register your interest in presenting:

To register you interest in attending:

To register to attend (limited to first 120 attendees)

For more information about our keynote - Dr Catherine Attard

We look forward to seeing you there
Selina O'Leary

MMTA President

Part Time Position - Networks of Expertise

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Part time position available for someone to work for NZAMT:
Networks of Expertise Kaiārahi

What are Networks of Expertise?
Networks of Expertise seek to grow and develop existing and new curriculum, teaching and learning networks. The support will meet the specific needs of teachers.

NZAMT is working with the Ministry of Education to offer PLD to all teachers of mathematics and statistics, from Yr 1 - 13 across all regions of New Zealand.

We need someone to coordinate and create these PLD opportunities both nationally and working in conjunction with regional mathematical associations.
This is a paid position and it is envisioned that it will be for a period of two years (with a possible extension beyond this).

For more information of NZAMT's involvement in Networks of Expertise, visit the website:

If you are interested in applying, then click on the link below to read all the information, submit a cover letter with your CV:

Please share this information with anybody who you think would be interested and able to apply for this job.

Networks of Expertise

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The New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers
Networks of Expertise

The central portal for information on mathematics teachers helping mathematics teachers both nationally and regionally.