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The Mathematical Association of South Australia Inc (MASA) is the SA Affiliate of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc. (AAMT). We have members from reception to tertiary institutions. More >

Online Discussion Forum from the 10th - 17th August to gather teachers' input

The Australian Government's Department of Education (DE) has engaged dandolopartners to identify and explore best-practice use of digital tools for maths teaching and learning models that emerged during the COVID pandemic (COVID), particularly when many jurisdictions across Australia experienced significant school closures or disruptions to regular classroom-based teaching.

AAMT has operated as an expert advisor to dandolopartners as they have carried out the work. At this point they are seeking feedback from maths teachers (including out of field teachers) on their experience using these specific maths teaching software products:

  • Maths Pathway
  • Mathspace
  • Education Perfect
  • Edrolo
  • Atomi
  • Prodigy

dandolopartners will be holding an online Discussion Forum from the 10th-17th August to gather teachers' input. There will be 3 key topics released throughout the week. Your participation on each topic should take no longer than 10 minutes. You may contribute comments at whichever time of day that suits you.

All registered participants will receive a book voucher valued at $50 as thanks for their time.

To register your interest for the Discussion Forum, please click here. Registration does not guarantee participation in the discussion forum, we will be choosing participants to reflect a diversity of views.

Please send any questions to surveys@dandolo.com.au.

Revised Australian Curriculum has been released

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Educators SA 2020 World Teachers’ Day Awards have been announced today (30/10/20). We are delighted to share with the community our success as MASA has been awarded the 2020 and the 2021 Connecting with Regional Educators Award Winner. Our efforts to connect with the remote and rural mathematics teachers in the state have been recognised and we are so pleased.

Thank you to the Minister of Education, Hon Blair Boyer. His support of the Remote and Rural Schools Mathematics Program (RRSMP) has allowed the Association to reach our remote schools and offer free professional learning in 2022 both online and in-house. We are extremely grateful to everyone on the team that has coordinated the visits, prepared the resources, conducted the professional learning, and helped us refine the program. This program focuses on mathematics teachers. We personalise professional learning at each site and work with the teachers on their professional goals.

Teachers in remote and rural schools, we encourage you to contact the MASA Office if you would like to join our award-winning program. We are excited to see how far we can reach in 2022!

Contact Professional Officer, Helen Booth on masaprojects@masanet.com.au , or President, Tom Frossinakis on president@masanet.com.au , or the MASA office on admin@masanet.com.au


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MASA offers a number of competitions based on student projects:

  • South Australian Mathematics Talent Quest (SAMTQ)Primary Division Years R-7 More Details
  • Junior Secondary Mathematics Enrichment Project (JSMEP)Years 8-10 (supported by DECD) More Details
  • South Australian Mathematics Talent Quest (SAMTQ) Senior Division Years 11-12 More Details

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Stay tuned, we have a few new projects that we are working on for release in 2022.


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The Mathematical Association of South Australia Inc acknowledges that we meet on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people and pay respect to Elders past and present. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, and relationship with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.

And we also extend that respect to other Aboriginal Language Groups and other First Nations. 

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