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.
We have had overwhelming support for AMA’s online events with over 800 individual teachers from across New Zealand and the Pacific registering over the year.
If you would like to share your stories and expertise on a Saturday morning in 2021 or have suggestions of topics you would like to hear more about get in touch .
2021 dates: pop them in your diary
- Term 2, June 19th
- Term 3, August 21
- Term 4, November 6
The plan is to follow a similar format to 2020 with two keynotes, one focussed at Year 1-10 the other Years 7-13, followed by a choice of sessions focussed at years 1-6. years 7-10 and years 11-13.
If you have missed any of the sessions this year you can catch up by clicking the blue buttons below from the Resource Archive
Recordings and resources from past AMAonline sessions
Year 0 - 8 Discussion Forums completed for 2020
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 were hosted by Marie Hirst, primary kaiārahi for AMA Networks of Expertise and Robyn Headifen, Kaiārahi for Years 7-13.