Developing Grit via Mathematics: Second Annual KIOSC Theta World & City Experience Competition
Mathspace is excited to partner with the Swinburne University of Technology’s Knox Innovation Opportunity and Sustainability Center (KIOSC) and its partner schools to help facilitate the second annual KIOSC Theta World mathematics competition.
Stop the scarcity: "Learning loss" and "unfinished learning" negates experiential learning of an entire generation
If you join a conversation among school administrators, educators, policy makers, edtech companies or parents in the year 2021 you're sure to hear one of the following phrases: learning loss, unfinished learning, falling behind, learning deficit, below grade level.
Space Talk Series, Ep. 3: Empowering Students to Engage with Mathematics via Formative Assessments with Jenny Missen
Our third guest in the Space Talk series is Jenny Missen, Head of Mathematics at Radford College in New South Wales. In this session, Jenny shares her experience facilitating continuous assessment and explains how it drives student engagement in her mathematics classroom.
Space Talk Series, Ep. 2: Cultivating Growth Mindset via Mastery Learning with Cassandra Portelli
Our second guest in the Space Talk series is Cassandra Portelli, Head of Maths at Hunter School of the Performing Arts in New South Wales. She shares strategies with teachers to help develop growth mindsets in students by way of mastery learning.
Space Talk Series, Ep. 1: Using Diagnostic Tools to Improve Numeracy with Carla Guiliani-Bruno
In our recent "Space Talk Series," Mathspace invited teachers from across Australia to share their insights and innovative strategies for using technology in the classroom to enhance learning. Our first guest is Carla Giuliani-Bruno of Freeman Catholic College in New South Wales.
5 ways to build community whilst students are learning from home
This week teachers around the globe are asking the question, “How can I use technology to engage my students in meaningful learning opportunities whilst they are at home?” Creating a community of learners is no easy task, even within the context of a conventional classroom. Whilst we could view our