Inspiring Maths Leadership (Advanced)

The program is founded on a view that strong maths learning, teaching and leading will support all learners, no matter their circumstances and experiences, including whether they have thrived or been challenged during 2020.

Deepening the dispositional emphasis of the characteristics of great maths learners will temper maths-related anxiety and contribute to overall learner well-being. The 'Enlisting and Partnering with Families' area of focus in the series will directly attend to the Connected Schools priority.  

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Course Structure:
The course begins with two workshop days in Term One, 2021. These are the essential components of the course. School teams then select from four additional options offered as two remote learning workshop days each term. Each area of focus involves a number of practical investigations as well as opportunities for applied learning.

The first area of focus in the series is an essential component and it is recommended that the team includes a principal class person.

  • Leading and Sustaining Change in Mathematics
  • Mapping and Visualising the Bigger Picture

How might we further clarify and strengthen our collective efforts in Mathematics by mapping and visualising the way ahead?

Inspiring Maths Leadership

The other four areas of focus are additional options that school teams can choose between. Principal class team members are of course welcome, however, it is not essential that they participate.

1.) The Role of Assessment in Learning Maths
Noticing, Growing, Assessing and Becoming Resourceful Maths Learners
How can we become more discerning designers and users of assessment practices and tools?

2.) Connecting, Coaching, Mentoring and Teaming
Working Alongside Colleagues to Develop Stronger practices in maths
How can we further develop our capacity to connect with, coach, mentor and support individuals and teams to develop stronger practices in Maths?

3.) Designing & leading professional learning in maths
Understanding What Makes for Great Professional Learning
How might we design and lead professional learning which leads to a commitment to contemporary approaches to learning and teaching maths?

4.) Enlisting & Partnering with Parents and Families
Re-Imagining Mathematics Together
How might we create the conditions in which parents and families become keen and willing partners in re-imagining how young people learn maths. 

The one-hour remote learning Orientation for this series will help your team make a more informed decision about whether this offer will be a good fit for your school and address your emerging needs.

Orientation session to be advised.


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Who have we partnered with?
  • Armadale Primary School
  • Australian Catholic University
  • Bastow Institute
  • Berwick Fields PS
  • Carlton Primary School
  • Catholic Diocese of Ballarat Education Office
  • Dandenong West Primary School
  • Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Derrimut Primary School
  • Elisabeth Murdoch College
  • Eltham High School
  • Footscray Primary School
  • Grovedale College
  • MACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools
  • Monash University
  • Mother of God School, Ardeer
  • Prahran High School
  • Roxburgh Homestead Primary School
  • St Francis de Sales Primary School Lynbrook
  • St Joseph's Crib Point
  • St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary School
  • St Paul the Apostle, Doreen
  • William Ruthven College
  • Wonga Park Primary School
Wonga Park Primary SchoolCarlton Primary SchoolSt Paul the Apostle, DoreenBerwick Fields PSElisabeth Murdoch CollegeMonash UniversityWilliam Ruthven CollegeDepartment of Education and Early Childhood DevelopmentDandenong West Primary SchoolSt Joseph's Crib PointCatholic Diocese of Ballarat Education OfficeMother of God School, ArdeerPrahran High SchoolMACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools
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