AISNSW Mathematics Conference 2024

Connect, Engage, Inspire!

This year's conference theme is Connect, Engage, Inspire! The diverse program will feature a keynote from the esteemed Professor John Sweller on learning in Mathematics. There will be workshops aligned to the new Mathematics 7-10 syllabus, including developing the Working Mathematically skills and the new Course Performance Descriptors. 

Additionally, there will be an overview of the new draft Stage 6 Mathematics syllabuses and workshops related to leading curriculum change and contemporary pedagogy.

Most significantly, the annual Mathematics Conference provides a platform for Mathematics department leaders and senior teachers to enrich their knowledge, share innovative ideas, and collaborate in ways that ultimately benefit each other and their students.

This professional learning experience meets the criteria for NESA Accredited PD in the Priority Area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum.

Keynote Presenter: Emeritus Professor John Sweller

John Sweller is an Emeritus Professor of Education Psychology at the University of New South Wales. His research is associated with cognitive load theory. The theory is a contributor to both research and debate on issues associated with human cognition, its links to evolution by natural selection, and the instructional design consequences that follow.