A conference to encourage K-12 educators to rethink the notion what being numerate means and how it can best be taught in the digital age.
Who should attend?
Designed for K-12 educators
Computational Thinking and Coding teachers
Digital Literacy/Technology Coaches
What can I expect?
Practical sessions on how to support developing numeracy in the classroom
Workshops led by classroom practitioners using digital technology to support numeracy
Presentations from leading practitioners from industry
Networking and peer sharing sessions
Mathematical Concepts and Practices Explore and develop innovative approaches to looking at and teaching Problem Solving, Reasoning and Proof, Communication, Connections, Representation and other mathematical concepts
Assessment Assessments that offer teachers important information in the planning of future learning experiences, look beyond the worksheet or test with assessments that leverage technology
The “M” in STEAM Highlight the mathematical focus of integrated STEAM inquiry-based instruction.
Computational Thinking and Coding Explore the power of computational thinking and coding to reveal, develop and learn mathematics concepts
Outside School How is numeracy used in the world outside of school? How do we connect students learning to real world uses?
Leadership & Development Innovative whole school approaches in the area of mathematical literacy and mechanisms to support teachers.
Apps & Tools Exploration of digital tools to support and enhance mathematical understanding and skills development