Women in Engineering in school programmes

Women in Engineering in school programmes

The University of Auckland, Women in Engineering Outreach Program introduces high school students to the wide range of exciting opportunities in engineering. They do this mainly by visiting schools and providing free one hour workshops run by 3-4 current engineering...
Draft Level 1 information open for consultation

Draft Level 1 information open for consultation

Today the Ministry of Education Released draft learning matrices, sample course outlines and learning and assessment guides for all Level 1 subjects. You can find all this information for mathematics and statistics on the new NCEA  site   Download the draft...
Want to get involved?  AGM Wednesday 24 March

Want to get involved? AGM Wednesday 24 March

AMA is pleased to advise the 2021 AGM will take place on Wednesday March 24, 6pm at the Mt Eden Bowling Club, Stokes Rd, Epsom. 7pm Guest speakers: Lauren Burr, Lead secondary advisor, Ministry of Education PLUS a member if the Numeracy & Literacy team   ...
Maths in the media

Maths in the media

Lots of interesting reading comes through the literacy online feed. Literacy is so important for academic achievement and we all need to be teachers of literacy and language.  If students struggle with reading and writing so many things become a challenge. If you wish...
Wonder Project: Rocket Challenge Years 5 & 6

Wonder Project: Rocket Challenge Years 5 & 6

https://wonderproject.nz/rocket-challenge-info/ Now is the time for Year 5 & 6 teachers to sign up for this years Term 2 Rocket Challenge from the Wonder Project A great opportunity for Year 5 & 6 students to get involved in STEM. Students and their teacher...
Workshop: Making sense of Algebra across the levels

Workshop: Making sense of Algebra across the levels

Algebra is an important part of the mathematics curriculum starting from curriculum level 1, however it often creates anxiety for learners. NZAMT and the AMA are bringing a series of workshops to support teachers across New Zealand  help their students make sense of...