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Using and applying Mathematics to solve problems


29 February 2016

The aim of the Conference is to develop learning networks amongst preservice teachers, mathematics teachers,
mathematics teacher educators and mathematicians.
The aim of the Conference is to develop learning networks amongst preservice teachers, mathematics teachers, mathematics teacher educators and mathematicians.

The theme for the third University of Sydney Mathematics Teachers’ Alumni Conference (SUSMAC) is Using and applying Mathematics to solve problems.

With keynote presentations from Dr. Steve Thornton, executive Director of Mathematics by Inquiry at the Australian Academy of Science and Nagla Jebeile, Mathematics Advisor from the Department of Education, the aim of this event is to develop learning networks amongst preservice teachers, mathematics teachers, mathematics teacher educators and mathematicians.

"The conference is for recent and past graduates (from 2003) of the secondary mathematics teacher education program in the combined degree or MTeach programs offered in the Faculty of Education and Social Work," said Associate Professor Judy Anderson,
Director of the STEM Teacher Enrichment Academy.

"I believe preservice teachers can learn much from practicing teachers, and we are keen to maintain your connection with the University."

Details

FRIDAY 1 APRIL 2016 | 9AM TO 3PM
Education Building, Camperdown Campus
The University of Sydney | http://goo.gl/maps/iVSwR

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Registration

Registration
FREE | Please register by 23 March 2016

For registration enquiries please contact:

Nina Goodwin | Office of Professional Learning
Faculty of Education and Social Work
T +61 2 9351 6329 | E nina.goodwin@sydney.edu.au

Contacts

Judy Anderson
T +612 9351 6264
E judy.anderson@sydney.edu.au

Deborah Tully
T +614 4788 2270
E deborah.tully@sydney.edu.au