Welcome to TEAMP community

Welcome to our community. The launch of the TEAMP community marks the extension of the TEAMP first phase project. The  TEAMP communities support the teaching and learning of early childhood and primary school children Birth to Year 6.

 

 

 

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TEAMP Benefits

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Belong and collaborate

All community membership is free to:

  • join networks that you are passionate for
  • discover events, ask questions, share ideas,
  • connect with colleagues and meet new people with like interests 
  • bring together your experiences and share with diverse communities of educators across Australia

 

 

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TEAMP community forum

The forum can begin discussion points that focus on a concept or idea about teaching and learning of young children. Members can: 

  • reflect
  • argue and debate
  • comment and share
  • question
  • learn and contribute

 

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Engage and share illustrations of practice
  • join a forum and webinar with fellow teachers  to engage  in professional conversations about  education
  • enjoy professional learning in our supportive, friendly online environment
  • meet experts, mathematicians and other with a passion for mathematics
  • access opportunities for online mentoring from expert Mathematics educators
  • identify opportunities for learning and improve your skills and knowledge

 

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Explore and curate digital resources
  • explore online resources for use in learning activities designed to facilitate an understanding of English and mathematical concepts Birth to senior secondary school levels.
  • curate, create, annotate, sequence, stimulate, personalise, rate, value, organise English and mathematical digital resources.

 

 

 

 

 

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Showcase

Lumen Christi Catholic Primary
Everyone can be a good mathematician

Christine Lowry and Tanya Tanner presented programs offered to students at Lumen Christi Primary Catholic Primary that  extend their mathematical thinking and understanding.

David Tout ACER
What are the Big Ideas in mathematics

Jim Spithill  and David Tout Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) explored 'Big Ideas in Mathematics' at the Maths Active Schools event. Listen to what they had to say.

Lorraine Marwood 2a
Poetry workshop with Lorraine Marwood

Poet Lorraine Marwood conducts a poetry class with Year 3 students for National Literacy and Numeracy Week. Students learn about the beauty of poetry and the techniques used.

 

 

The Mathematical Association of Victoria

Contact Us

Phone: +61 9380 2399
FAX: +613 9389 0399
E-mail: enquiries@teamp.vic.edu.au

Location

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Brunswick, 3054
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