E hara taku toa, he takitahi, he toa takitini
Success does not come from the efforts of one alone, rather from the efforts of the collective.
After the overwhelming support for AMA’s online events with teachers from across New Zealand and the Pacific joining in we bring you one more Saturday morning in 2020
If you would like to share your stories and expertise on a Saturday morning or at an evening session get in touch
When: Saturday November 7
Where: online in ZOOM
Registration will be required and your link to join each session will be sent the day prior.
Please triple check you email address that you submit as this is the address we use to send the link to. If you do not see the email with the link to join in your inbox please check you junk mail/spam folder and consider adding our email address to your contact list.
If you have missed any of the sessions this year you can catch up from here Resource Archive
#AMAonline What’ s on?
Save the date. We are bringing you another online morning of professional development
- The Role of Questioning and Nontraditional Data Types, Christine Franklin : American Statistical Association (ASA) K-12 Statistical Ambassador
This session highlights the role of questioning with two examples from the newly revised ASA Pre-K12 Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education. These examples present younger students the opportunity to explore answering statistical investigative questions using nontraditional data types.
What are the Pacific values, and why and how are they important for our mathematics and statistics teaching?, Robin Averill : Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington
Talofa lava! Kia orana! Bula vinaka! Very warm Pacific greetings! In this session we will explore key expectations of Tapasā: Cultural competencies framework for teachers of Pacific learners. We will consider how strong embodiment in our mathematics and statistics teaching of the fundamental Pacific values of Tapasā has the potential to enhance all learners’ engagement, wellbeing, and achievement. We will discuss differing perspectives of the values and ways we can recognise, exemplify, and nurture these through our mathematics and statistics teaching and interactions. Ideas shared in this session are drawn from an extensive research project involving interviews with teachers of Pacific and non-Pacific heritage and observations of their teaching.
These keynotes will set us up for another morning of learning, save the spot, Check back soon for more information and to register
Year 0 - 8 Discussion Forums
These discussion forums are for you to connect and share with your colleagues in other school. Each session will include a “spotlight” section where participants are encouraged to share something from their practice. eg a new approach, a resource, a success story from the classroom. You will be able to signal this when you register
- Wednesday 19th August. Achieving an effective balanced mathematics and statistics programme
- Wednesday 23rd September. Mathematics and statistics assessment – purpose, tools and queries
- Wednesday 4th November. What might a mathematics and statistics year overview look like?
These discussion forums will be hosted by Marie Hirst, primary kaiārahi for AMA Networks of Expertise