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 first online event with teachers from across New Zealand and the Pacific joining in we have decided to continue. 

If you would like to share your stories and expertise on a Saturday morning or at an evening session  get in touch 

Term 3 Saturday morning will be an online event
We are also offering evening sessions from 7:30pm to 8:20pm on a Wednesday or Thursday night.  A variety of topics will be shared based on feedback from teachers across sectors from years 0 to 13.

Registration will be required and your link to join the session will be sent the day prior.


#AMAonline What’ s on?

July 30: Getting ready for Maths week with Marie Hirst

Mathsweek 2020 runs from 10th to 14th August.  This session will help you get the best from Mathsweek

  • Date: Thursday July 30
  • Time: 7.30pm to 8.20pm
  • Where: Online
  • Focus Years 0 to 8

Register here 


August 6: Exploring Variation with Anne Patel

In this session Anne will share important contexts for exploring the wonderful variation we see all around us, and how teachers can engage students in wondering about causes of phenomena seen in data. We will see models based on chance events, built by Year 7 and 8 students, simulating historical contexts, such as repeated measures, that form the basis of scientific investigation. Anne has explored a models and modelling approach in authentic contexts, which promotes statistics-as-practice, scientific enterprise and the inherent interdependence of concepts and activity.

Register here 

August 12: TBC

#AMAonline What’s gone?

July 1: Weaving literacy and mathematics so all learners thrive

Thanks to everyone who registered and especially those that joined in with 2 days of term to go



June 13: Term 2 Saturday morning 

Click here to find links to session descriptions, handouts and links to the recordings