The much awaited HOD day is upon us and we are looking forward to meeting kanohi ki te kanohi [face to face] again
- Date: Friday July 1
- Where: Vodafone events centre, Manukau
- How much? 120+GST AMA members & 150+GST AMA non members
Registration desk opens at 8:10am, tea and coffee will be available on arrival
Remember to park in the south carpark, enter through Gate 2 or Gate 3
Keynote 1: 9am: Promoting positive learner identity through multifaceted mathematics, Dr. Lisa Darragh.
Recently the government announced a numeracy strategy that included reference to a “common practice model” for the teaching of mathematics. 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.
Lisa is a senior lecturer and researcher at The University of Auckland. She really enjoys supervising students, from honours to PhD and is often looking for enthusiastic teachers to join her as a research assistant on various projects
Keynote 2: 2pm Numeracy and numeracy across the curriculum. Karen Chow Numeracy Lead, Ministry of Education
Mathematics and Statistics teachers are key in supporting ākonga with their numeracy development. Teachers in other learning areas can also support numeracy development. We take a look at some of the resources available, ideas on how you might engage other learning areas and answer some questions you might have on numeracy.
Bring your questions or post them here
Karen is currently the Learning Area Lead – Numeracy at the Ministry of Education. She has a decade’s experience of teaching at schools in Wellington.