The following allow us to reflect on the language we use in mathematics and how we can support students in their learning of concepts by using the correct terminology.

The activity has students collecting their own information from a well-known Australia car buying website and using this to find an estimated relationship between the ‘asking price’ for a used [...]

Voronoi diagrams can be constructed by hand or using computer imaging software. To accurately construct a Voronoi diagram, a map called a Delaunay Triangulation must first be created. These [...]

“We think that many students …. have difficulty in following abstract arguments, not on account of incapacity, but because they need to see the point before their interest can be aroused.”

Growth Mindset has become such a buzzword in education circles of late that it can become difficult to know where to begin. This five-chapter series by ClassDojo, in conjunction with Stanford’s [...]

On the 16th of August 2018, 130 students from all four community schools in the Roxby Downs, Woomera and Andamooka areas came together to celebrate a day of mathematics at their first ever, [...]

It’s Friday night, in August, and the space is filled with groups of year 7, 8 and 9 students huddled around tables in groups of 3 or 4, busily working out the most efficient algorithm for [...]

In maths classes teachers often approach differentiation by setting different levels of work for learners at different levels of ‘ability’. However, this approach may fail to develop the types of [...]