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Identification and provision for mathematically promising students can be a challenge for all involved, and there is some debate about which should come first – identification or programming. In this hands-on workshop participants will learn the definition of mathematical promise, contemplate the possible goals of mathematical talent development, and explore the multiple tools and approaches available for identification of high mathematical potential. Then a range of different strategies for mathematical talent development will be shared.
Locations:Workshop presented live at MAV, at various hubs and online. If you cannot attend any of the listed hubs, you may also participate via the Polycom app (for this option indicate “non-hub”). Please note when registering that you indicate the appropriate venue.
Who should attend: Year 5 to 9
Presenter: Simone Zmood
Simone is Treasurer of the Victorian Association for Gifted and Talented Children (VAGTC). She is currently completing her PhD on fostering the mathematical promise of high potential mathematics students with a focus on the provisions in classrooms, in co-curricular school offerings, and outside of school. Simone Zmood is a graduate of mathematics and holds a M.Ed in Gifted Education. She worked in the corporate world for over a decade, and recently spent four years as the mathematics mentor at a school in metropolitan Melbourne. She currently teaches mathematics and numeracy units to pre-service teachers in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, and also works as a research assistant.
|Pricing||1 Day||2 Day|
|Member Cost (Inc GST)||$0|
|Non Member Cost (Inc GST)||$0|
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