New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Maths Week 2013 Conference

Bevan Werry Speaker

E-mail Print PDF

Bevan Werry Speaker - The 2011 Bevan Werry Speaker is still available for presenting to regions.

Please contact Naomi Ingram at the College of Education, University of Otago to enquire about bookings. This is an NZAMT funded presentation so we encourage regions to take up the offer and invite Naomi to present.


Epidemics and pandemics

E-mail Print PDF

Royal Society10x10:5 'Epidemics and pandemics - a numbers game?' 18 July, Dunedin

The fifth lecture in the 10x10 series, in which mathematicians talk about how they are helping to solve today's problems, will be on the mathematics of epidemics and pandemics by Professor Mick Roberts FRSNZ. A preview interview with Professor Mick Roberts will feature on Our Changing World on Thursday 11 July at 9pm.

Mathematical models are often used to understand the dynamics of infectious diseases, because once understood it is possible to determine how an infection may be controlled or eliminated.

Mick Roberts is Professor in Mathematical Biology at Massey University, Albany. His research interest is mathematical epidemiology – the modelling and explanation of how infectious diseases are transmitted, why they persist in populations and how they may be controlled.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 July 2013 23:18

. Einstein's Universe

E-mail Print PDF

Einstein's Universe tour starts next weekEinstein's Universe tour starts next week

Einstein’s Universe, an evening of science and music, bringing together the brilliance of Einstein’s physics, as explained by Professor Brian Foster, with the music he loved, played by violinist Jack Liebeck and others starts next week.

Hamilton, Napier and Palmerston North are the first of ten centres to enjoy the presentation. The event then travels to Auckland, Wellington, New Plymouth, Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin and Invercargill.

Albert Einstein was not only the greatest physicist of the 20th century – he was also a keen musician. He carried his violin, Lina, with him everywhere he went.


Mathematics of Planet Earth

E-mail Print PDF

Royal SocietyThe Royal Society of New Zealand has chosen to theme many of its public programmes in 2013 around the Mathematics of Planet Earth in partnership with a number of organisations including the New Zealand Mathematical Society and the New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers.

visit the website


Best Practice Workshops

E-mail Print PDF

NZQAThere are still places available on the following Literacy and Numeracy Best Practice Workshops for school teachers.

• Wellington: Literacy - 21 August (still a few places left); Numeracy - 22 August

• Auckland: Literacy - 11 September; Numeracy - 12 September

• Palmerston North: Literacy - 23 October; Numeracy - 24 October

Apart from Wellington Literacy, these workshops have not yet met the required number of registrations in order to go ahead.

 Please note that registrations close one month before the date of each workshop.

visit the website


The Literacy workshop covers unit standards 26622, 26624 and 26625. The Numeracy workshop covers unit standards 26623, 26626 and 26627. These workshops cover the same content as was covered in the Literacy and Numeracy Assessment and Moderation workshops offered by NZQA in 2012.




Page 7 of 39

Login Form


Follow Us on Facebook


Stay up to Date with the latest content updates on the NZAMT Website by subscribing to our RSS Feed


Enrichment Tasks

Who's Online

We have 11 guests online

Professional Development

NZAMT Calendar

NZAMT Calendar