This area is for community online professional learning. This may be in the form of resources (as an outcome of face-to-face or learning online), materials for professional learning or member contributed tutorials such as instructional videos.

There is a collection of exemplar videos to help in the understanding of teaching approaches.

An archive of webinars (online events where members register to be  part of an interactive video-conferencing session) that have already been presented will be created. The archive will usually include a transcript of member participation, support documents and web links, as well as the video itself. 

There is a section for teacher narratives, a teacher story of the best lesson activity they were involved in with students. The Forum is a great way to share experiences and practice with colleagues.


The Make is count with Indigenous Learners' webinars provide professional learning online and are designed to support the discussion in the Forums.


Presentations include relevant conference keynotes and professional learning sessions focused on the teaching and learning of mathematics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Teacher Showcase ~ Yiyili ACS

Connect with Maths Make it count with Indigenous Learners Teacher Showcase resources

Teacher Showcase ~ Danielle Upton Hebersham Primary School

Connect with Maths Make it count with Indigenous learners community ~  Teacher Showcase Danielle Upton, Hebersham Primary School

Kimberley Blog

Keep up with 9 Days in the Kimberley collaborative project with Caty Morris. Caty adds to the blog and uploads resources over nine days. It would be great to take the opportunity to ask questions and to provide feedback about best practice teaching and learning with Indigenous students


e-Publications are online publications produced on a regular basis on the topic of Indigenous education.

Caty Morris Blog

Caty Morris has worked in Indigenous education for much of her career. She specialises in Indigenous learning and mathematics. Her blog reflects a wealth of information about Indigneous education.