NZAMT is calling for applications for the Ernest Duncan award.
This award is presented annually and made in recognition of an individual’s outstanding contribution to the classroom teaching of mathematics. Applications are open to teachers in NZ schools.
The panel uses these general criteria when making their decisions
- an effective sequence or resource for teaching mathematics in primary or secondary school classes;
- a device for teaching some aspects of mathematics
- a television, video, audio-visual or other communication programme on or for teaching mathematics;
- a paper proposing or examining a method of teaching mathematics.
Applicants must indicate their contribution to the classroom teaching for mathematics and provide evidence of fulfilling the criteria.
If you are wondering who last years winners were and what they received their award for you can follow these links
- Lee Mann – Thesis on Mathematics anxiety in secondary school female students and Unpacking Mathematics anxiety in year 9 students
- Marius Sandu – iMathLync resources
- Melvin Din – Creation of STEAM lessons and live streaming to China (link 1, link 2)
- Murray Hamilton – Maintenance and Master tests
- Nicky Pearce – An alternative to IKAN to assess student’s numeracy knowledge
- Ro Bairstow – Bestmaths Instagram resources
see more on the NZAMT page