We are excited to be again being able to meet kanohi ki te kanohi |face to face for HOD & MU holders day

This year HOD & MU holders day is back at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau on Friday July 1


Join us for a day of catching up with old friends and making new ones.

All leaders and aspiring leaders of secondary mathematics and statistics education are welcome

The cost for the day including morning tea and catered lunch is only 120+GST for AMA members and 150+GST for non members

If you are out of Auckland book your tickets now. the Vodafone Events Centre is a short drive from the airport. Registration desk will open at 8:15am and we will conclude by 3.30pm


2 Keynotes : Workshops : a collaborative session : trade exhibitors : friends and colleagues


We are lucky to have Dr Lisa Darragh, Senior Lecturer, Auckland University for our opening keynote before she jets off to the MERGA Conference in Australia, later in the morning


Lisa will share with us thoughts on Promoting positive learner identity through multifaceted mathematics

Recently the government announced a numeracy strategy that included reference to a “common practice model” for the teaching of mathematics. But what this model may be is still a mystery; there is certainly a great variety of models for good mathematics teaching depicted in the research and in practice. In this presentation I will share my own idea of what good mathematics teaching might look like, which I call “multifaceted mathematics”. I use the lens of learner identity to justify why multifaceted mathematics may be a good practice model in the secondary school classroom.


and to close  the day Karen Chow, numeracy lead from Ministry of Education, will explore with us how we might engage other learning areas in supporting numeracy development


Watch this space for the registration link 

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