Improving Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders



Improving Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

Will Morony and CatyMorris

Presenters: Caty Morris and Will Morony

Improving mathematics outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners" is a webinar recording and resources recently held symposium for remote schools as part of AAMT's the Blueprint strategy.

 

Improviing Mathematical Outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Learners

This document was provided to attendees at the symposium raising the issue of Improving Mathematical Outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Learners.

Improving Mathematics outcomes for Indigenous learners webinar audio

Audio recording of the Improving Mathematics outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners webinar

AAMT Symposium for Remote Schools PowerPoint

Improving Mathematics outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners webinar PowerPoint presentation (1.3mb) 

AAMT's Blueprint: Supporting best teaching of mathematics for Indigenous learners

The Blueprint identifies key directions for improving teaching and outcomes in mathematics for Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. In the Blueprint, AAMT commits itself to a range of actions from 2013 onwards, and recommends that education authorities, universities and industry work with the Association to make significant gains in this critical area

BLUEPRINT_A4.pdf 184.07 kB

Make it count: Numeracy, mathematics and Indigenous Learners

Make it count is an initiative that has developed evidence based, responsive mathematics pedagogies and resources to improve the learning outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners across Australia.

Make it count Themes

Key themes of the  Make it count project focusing on building the capacity of school communities to maximise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students’ learning in mathematics and development of numeracy.