“We were only discussing yesterday that out of all the associations we work with
MAWA has proved to be the most innovative with regards to programs since covid hit.
Well done!” ~ Daisy, T3- Professional Development Manager, Texas Instruments
For Educators this is a chance to get together with like-minded people in a relaxing way during the term break and talk about maths. You have a whole term to pre-read the text. The chosen book is Jordan Ellenberg’s new book about Geometry: Shape. It is available in paperback and audiobook and should be in your public library catalogue, soon. His last book was a winner and we think this would be a good one.
9:30am, September 30, 2021
Suppose a student averages 58% over a year, which earns them a C grade. What does this say about their ability to demonstrate grade-specific skills?
4:00pm, October 21, 2021
Online via Zoom
Number talks are short (approximatley 10 minutes) daily excercises aimed at building number sense.
4:00pm, November 8, 2021
The Mathematical Association of Western Australia (MAWA) Inc.,
is a not-for-profit organisation whose goal is to improve mathematics education across the state.
Originating as a teacher professional association in 1958, MAWA has grown into a vibrant organisation that provides support for anyone with an interest in mathematics including teachers, parents and students.