The Organising Committee invites you to submit an abstract for the 2017 NZAMT Mathematics Biennial Conference. The committee is looking for presentations which are topical and of interest to conference attendees.
The conference will be showcasing innovative learning and teaching of Mathematics, with examples of best practice and thinking around the current issues in our classrooms. This is a chance for you to share your experiences and knowledge with your peers and we encourage you to submit an abstract.
During the first week of the April holidays a group of teachers met to write the 2017 set of Practice External assessments. The practice papers will be ready in the Resources Google Drive near the end of Term 2 once they have gone through all of the checks needed.
A huge thanks to the teachers from all over New Zealand that attending the camp and spent time writing these resources.
There was an impressive field accross all the sciences and in 2016 Mathematical Sciences was added. But sadly, there were no candidates from Mathematics and Statistics.
About the prize:
This Prize will be awarded to a permanently appointed registered teacher who is teaching science* to school-age children (in a primary, intermediate or a secondary New Zealand registered school) and who has been in the same role for at least 12 months prior to their nomination.
The Prime Minister’s Science Teacher Prize is worth $150,000. The recipient will receive $50,000 with no expectations and the recipient’s school will receive $100,000 to use for the development of science1.
Nominations close in September 2017.
*Taken to include teaching relevant to any of the science, technology, mathematics, pūtaiao, hangarau or pāngarau learning areas of the New Zealand curriculum.
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