Congratulations to the hundreds of teachers who are now Mathletics Certified Teachers! For those of you who have been part of the Teacher Certification Challenge we are working through all of the innovative or practical ways you told us how you would introduce Teacher Certification to
Are you using Mathletics right now? With Mathletics Teacher Certification, add value to your students’ learning, gain recognition and accumulate PD hours! Mathletics Teacher Certification acknowledges and rewards the outstanding contribution teachers are making on behalf of students. You're now only 3 steps away
Student Learning in Mathematics - SLIM Conference 2014 Hosted by Varsity College in Varsity Lakes, QLD, the SLIM Conference 2014 focuses on students learning in new and engaging ways through the use of 21st Century skills. Delegates from Upper Primary through to Senior Secondary will
Dan Haesler unlocks the power of the blog Dan Haesler discusses how to enhance teaching and learning through blogs and discusses three key types: teachers' professional blogs, classroom blogs and individual student blogs. Dan tells us why and how to access this powerful
Oliver's Golden Smile says it all! Oliver Goodger, Yr 3 Brighton Grammar, VIC My name is Oliver Goodger and I am in grade 3 at Brighton Grammar. I love Mathletics because it help me learn maths and it is heaps of fun.
Mathletics Certification - teachers spread the word When we asked Mathletics teachers to tell us how they would let their colleagues know about Mathletics Teacher Certification, boy they didn’t disappoint! The creativity and willingness to collaborate stands out. Check out some of their ideas and
Eeeeexcellent Smithers! Student recognition takes places in creative ways across our schools. Helen Wilson and Michael Odbert's class at Launceston Church Grammar takes it to the next level! Tell us the Mathletics motivators you have for students in your class. Simon "Monty" Haberle,
Roger Tattersall, St Patrick's College, Tasmania St Patrick's College celebrates second Mathletics Lead Educator! Roger Tattersall has been employed at St Patrick's College since 2010. His teaching specialisation is Mathematics across Middle, Secondary and Senior Secondary year levels. Roger has held the
Debbie Reinholtd shares her passion for mathematics with Fleetwood PS Debbie Reinholdt, Fleetwood PS, VIC Debbie is a dynamic, motivated primary teacher bringing a strong passion for mathematics to her role as the Numeracy Coordinator at Fleetwood Primary School in Victoria. Debbie
Pakistani's educators welcomed at the Love Love Learning Conference Gulam Rabbani Shah Pakistan’s inaugural Love Learning Conference took place on August 30 at the Sukh Chaan Wellness Club, in Lahore. Teachers were guaranteed they would be inspired and according to the feedback
Students at Coomera Rivers SS are pure gold! Principal Vic Graham, Deputy Principal Wendy Artz and students at Coomera Rivers SS, Qld In recognition of the outstanding results attained this year by the students at Coomera Rivers State School, Jenny Fahey from
Tiffany Ward, Canberra achieves Mathletics Lead Educator Certification My name is Tiffany Ward and I have been in the teaching profession for 4 ½ years. The Mathletics Lead Educator Program has provided me with a chance to implement, deliver and evaluate a school wide
Mathletics @ Amaroo – an Action Research Project In 2013, Tiffany Ward was approached by her Deputy Principal to engage in an action research project exploring the effectiveness of the Mathletics program at Amaroo School, a P-10 school of approx 1700 students in Canberra.
The smiles express it all. Clearly these students just love learning! Students receive their prizes following the Dreaming Big Maths Challenge in July. Aiden from Miles State School Mathletics from Miles State School, QLD Proud students accept
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