Conference Program | Saturday 17 August 2019
Now it’s even easier to select the right workshops for your team
Our workshops are designed by year level and career stage, with something for everyone:
- ECT, M – Early career teachers and their mentors
- EXP – Experienced teachers
- L – Maths leaders ie. teachers at any stage of their career who are passionate about maths and committed to transforming it at their school.
- P – Principals and executives eg. AP, ET, DP.
We encourage you to strategically select your workshops so your team can be empowered with the information most relevant to your school’s needs. Use the break times to discuss how you’ll implement what you’ve learned and come away with a plan. In 2018, some schools even had their school maths plan mapped out by the time they arrived home from the conference. Now that’s impressive!
Click on a speaker’s name to see their workshop descriptions on their speaker’s page.
|Time||Location||Session||Speaker||Year Level||Career stage|
|8:15 – 8:45 am||upstairs foyer||Registration and refreshments|
|8:45 – 9:00 am||Fitzroy Room||Opening address||Anita Chin||K-6|
|9:00 – 10:00 am||Fitzroy Room||Keynote: 9 strategies for including all students||Peter Sullivan||K-6|
|10:05 – 11:20 am||Concurrent Session A|
|Phillip Room||A1: Leading maths: Must-have tools to build your teachers’ capacity to differentiate||Anita Chin||K-6||EXP, L, P|
|Macquarie Room||A2: Assessing place value: what do students really understand||Judy Hartnett||Y1-3||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|Lachlan Room||A3: If we’ve all got the same answer, we must be asking the wrong question||Bruce Ferrington||Y3-6||ECT, EXP|
|Fitzroy Room||A4: Making differentiation doable for early career teachers: multiplication and division||Stephanie Salazar & Samantha McCracken||Y3-6||ECT, M|
|11:20 – 11:45 am||upstairs foyer||Morning Tea|
|11:45 – 1:00 pm||Concurrent Session B|
|Phillip Room||B1: From tasks to lessons to sequences: planning for inclusion||Peter Sullivan||Y3-6||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|Macquarie Room||B2: Using the Singapore Model Method for problem solving (aka ‘Singapore Bar Model’)||Emma Campbell||Y3-6||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|Lachlan Room||B3: Mathematical misconceptions and what to do about them||Tim Waugh||K-6||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|Fitzroy Room||B4: Making differentiation doable for early career teachers: fractions||Stephanie Salazar & Samantha McCracken||Y3-6||ECT, M|
|1:00 – 1:35 pm||upstairs foyer||Lunch|
|1:35 – 2:50 pm||Concurrent Session C|
|Phillip Room||C1: What does whole-class differentiated instruction look like?||Anita Chin||K-6||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|Lachlan Room||C2: Assessing place value: Identifying what students really understand||Judy Hartnett||Y4-6||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|Macquarie Room||C3: Writing units of work with differentiation in mind||Emma Campbell||K-6||EXP, L, P|
|Fitzroy Room||C4: Pattern – the password to mathematics: Cracking the code with Year 2||Bruce Ferrington||K-2||ECT, EXP|
|3:00 – 3:20 pm||Fitzroy Room||Pecha Kucha: A whole-school approach to maths||multi-speaker||K-6||ECT, EXP, L, P|
|3:20 – 3:30 pm||Fitzroy Room||Prizes and close|
A whole-school approach to primary mathematics
All conference sessions support The Whole-School Approach to Mathematics K-6 Model which Anita Chin designed and launched with Tim Waugh in 2018. And all workshops will be hands-on so that participants can experience using one resource and/or task for whole-class differentiated instruction, which can also be used across their whole school K-6.
- Every school attending Anita and Tim’s workshops will receive an A2 poster of The Whole-School Approach Model.
- Every school attending Anita’s leadership workshop in Session A will also get the opportunity to use one aspect of the Health Check – a tool designed to complement and support The Whole-School Approach Model – to diagnose their school’s strengths and weaknesses.