MathsCraft: Doing maths like a research mathematician is a concept originally developed by Anthony Harradine, a school mathematics teacher and the Director of the Potts-Baker Institute at Prince Alfred College in Adelaide, and statistician Dr Richard Jarrett almost 11 years ago.Since its early beginnings, MathsCraft has taken teachers and students on mathematical adventures that show them what it’s like to do mathematics like a research mathematician – by solving problems in a way that mimics the approach mathematicians take to their own research
New problems will be shared in these MathsCraft mini sessions for those that attended the MathsCraft sessions run over 2019.
  • Online via ZOOM
  • Cap of 30 people
  • Cost: Free
East Australia:
Thursday 11 March
3.45 – 5.15 pm (AEDST)
Virtual via ZOOM
Registration link: https://bit.ly/3koWSwr
New Zealand:
Monday 22 March
4pm – 5.30 pm (NZ time)
Virtual via ZOOM
Registration link: https://bit.ly/2ZGWzna
If you can’t attend the session for  your region and the timezones work for you feel free to register for a different session
Dr Anita Ponsaing
Outreach Officer & MathsCraft Coordinator
ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical & Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS)
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