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Part Time Position - Networks of Expertise

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Part time position available for someone to work for NZAMT:
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What are Networks of Expertise?
Networks of Expertise seek to grow and develop existing and new curriculum, teaching and learning networks. The support will meet the specific needs of teachers.

NZAMT is working with the Ministry of Education to offer PLD to all teachers of mathematics and statistics, from Yr 1 - 13 across all regions of New Zealand.

We need someone to coordinate and create these PLD opportunities both nationally and working in conjunction with regional mathematical associations.
This is a paid position and it is envisioned that it will be for a period of two years (with a possible extension beyond this).

For more information of NZAMT's involvement in Networks of Expertise, visit the website: http://bit.ly/nzamt-noe

If you are interested in applying, then click on the link below to read all the information, submit a cover letter with your CV:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_9lzYJrXE7sj44RoDhPJRcECptkytB0d/view

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Networks of Expertise

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The New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers
Networks of Expertise

The central portal for information on mathematics teachers helping mathematics teachers both nationally and regionally.

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NZ Engineering Science Competition

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Can your students win $6000 in the New Zealand Engineering Science Competition?

This fun and challenging day long competition is for teams of three to four senior students, who have interests in mathematics and science.

The 2018 competition will run near the start of term 3, on Saturday the 4th of August. The problem is revealed at 10am in the morning and students work in their teams to provide a solution by 6pm of that day.  First prize is $6,000 plus there are two runner-up prizes of $2,000. For more information and to register your team(s) see the Department of Engineering Science website at the University of Auckland:des.auckland.ac.nz/competition   Registrations close Friday 27th of July.

Maths Week 2018

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Maths Week 2018 is coming this year!           

It starts on Monday August 13th and finishes Friday August 17th.

For Year 1 through to Year 11 students

297,258 students from more than 2000 schools and 4882 teachers were registered last year!

Maths Week uses topics of interest and relevant to your student’s lives

 

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Register now go to  

www.mathsweek.org.nz/

All teachers who register will get a copy of the

answers and helpful notes for themselves before Maths Week

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This year the Challenge topics include:                                                   

Survivor Series class teaching tasks

The Golden Ratio

The latest (2018) largest Prime Number

Artificial intelligence and Smart phones

The L.O.P. code

Reading Timetables

Noughts and Crosses

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Maths Millionaire  --  Completely interactive games at four Levels

Junior-Junior for Year 1 to Year 4 pupils

Junior for Year 5 to Year 8 students

Senior for Year 8 to Year 11 students

Family for all family members to enjoy at home

The Maths Chase

The very popular Chase Game from T.V. adapted for the Maths Classroom

Two levels Junior and Senior. New each day!

The Indices Cycle Race!

A great way of introducing and revising index problems with classes

Students like it!

Daily Dollar questions

Latest Maths movies

Maths stamps

Fraction problem from Coronation Street

Famous mathematicians

Prime problems

Sequences

Telephone codes

Maths Week Super Challenge!

This was new last year and is a real challenge for the best of the best!

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The popular Games Section has been updated and improved

The Challenges and Games are interactive and contain much useful mathematics for students

 

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Register now go to  

www.mathsweek.org.nz/

All teachers who register will get a copy of the

answers and helpful notes for themselves before Maths Week

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Teachers need to register themselves and their students early!

Maths Week is free for all New Zealand schools.

It is part sponsored by:

The New Zealand Ministry of Education, Casio Calculators,
and the New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers

NZAMT NCEA Submission

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Dear NZAMT members,

 

Help NZAMT make a submission about NCEA and its future

 

NZAMT wishes to make a submission around NCEA and what we would like to see happen in the future.

We would like to make a submission, which represents the thoughts and wishes of mathematics’ teachers from around the country, so we have created a survey for you to complete.

 

The survey is a combination of 3 available through the Kōrero Mātauranga website, but without repetition in the questions being asked.

The survey is here: https://goo.gl/forms/Rqpv8aaGgsm51eL63

We would ask that you complete the survey from a broad teaching perspective, but also with reference to Mathematics and Statistics teaching.

 

Can you please complete this survey by the 3rd August

Results will be compiled and then NZAMT will make a detailed submission before the due date of 16th September.

 

If you have any questions please contact NZAMT through the email address below.

 

Secretary, NZAMT

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