Kinetic Kiwi Competition
The KineticKiwi competition is a platform for you to explore and showcase your passion for learning by creating a video about a science, mathematics, technology or social science topic you’ve learnt about at school.
You can decide what you want to make; maybe you want to show everyone how that enzymes topic isn’t as difficult as they think it is, or perhaps you have some tips that make kinematics problems less scary —any of your contributions can help others!
Networks of Expertise Website
The Networks of Expertise website has recently been launched. This is a site that will be a hub of information including regional news, contacts.
Also, it is a hub of support around COVID-19 and moving to online teaching and learning.
Follow the link here
Problem Challenge - for Years 7 and 8
Problem Challenge is a mathematics problem solving competition aimed primarily at children in years 7 and 8. It is organised by John Curran and John Shanks, retired members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Otago, with extensive secretarial help from Leanne Kirk, also of that Department.
Follow this link for more information: https://www.maths.otago.ac.nz/pc/
All five sets are held on Thursdays. The dates for 2020 are as follows:
Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Final Challenge 30 April 28 May 25 June 23 July 20 August 22 October
Online Learning Webinar
Follow this link to see a webinar on Moving Teaching Online. This was put together by the Canterbury Mathematics Association in conjunction with Think elearning due to the COVID-19 situation many schools are currenty faced with.
Senior Mathematics Competition
We are very sorry to announce that the 2020 Senior Mathematics Competition has been cancelled at this stage. Given the current situation globally, we feel that this competition cannot take place. We will be back up and running for this in 2021.
Review of Achievement Standards (RAS) – Provisional NCEA Level 1 Subject List
The Government has now confirmed the final NCEA change package which will strengthen our national qualification; address over-assessment and fragmented learning; promote culturally responsive teaching and learning; and improve ...
RNZAF School to Skies
Are you or do you know a Year 13 female who has an interest in maths and science? New Zealand needs more women in the aviation industry as Engineers, Technicians, Pilots and more! There are more choices than you probably realise.
Could aviation be the perfect future for you?
2019 Bevan Werry Speaker Announced
Congratulations to Jasmine Hall for being selected as the 2019 Bevan Werry speaker at the NZAMT16 Maths Conference.
Jasmine is a PhD student at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Victoria University.
She will be available to regions to do presentations and support mathematics teachers and students.