June 30, 2019 - July 4, 2019

Curtin University, Perth WA

The Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA) is excited to announce its 42nd Conference in Australia! This event provides an inclusive and cosmopolitan scene and welcomes mathematic educators and academics from across the world.

The conference has a theme of “Research Impacting Practice”. This focus was chosen to advance the mathematical experience of the students to whom we ultimately contribute. We are fortunate to have been able to attract some highly regarded international speakers in Professors Jere Confrey, Paul Cobb, Doug Clements, and Julie Sarama. In addition, Professor Di Siemon will deliver the Clements Foyster Address and Professor Doug Clarke the Teachers’ Day Keynote speech. This impressive line-up of speakers will certainly provide plenty of stimulation.

Teachers’ Day: 29th June 2019

Teachers’ Day aims to provide high-quality professional learning in mathematics education, across all phases of schooling. The hands-on approach in all workshops will ensure that you will be able to apply your learning experiences with your students. Registration for Teachers’ Day is $120, and covers all materials, morning tea and lunch, and the provision of a certificate of participation acknowledging the 6-hours of professional learning.

Headlining our outstanding presenters will be renowned Emeritus Professor Doug Clarke who directed the Mathematics Teaching and Learning Centre at Australian Catholic University (Melbourne) for 25 years, which aims to enhance stimulate and support research and professional development in the teaching and learning of mathematics at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Well-known local educator Dr Paul Swan and many other highly-esteemed mathematics educators will present workshops at the Teachers’ Day.

You can purchase your tickets directly here

Or contact the organisers:
Promaco Conventions Perth
Phone: 08 9332 2900
Website: http://www.promaco.com.au/

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