Around 130 Indigenous students from across NSW will be inspired to pursue a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) when they gather for a three-day camp this week.
The AAMT is keen to hear about secondary schools achieving success in improving mathematics outcomes for Indigenous students .
The [xe] Project Implementation Plan outlines the scope, deliverables, strategies, governance, project management, evaluation process and budget for the Excellence and Equity in Maths project.
The bi-ennial AAMT [Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers] national conference brings together teachers of primary, secondary and tertiary students, teacher educators, researchers, government and industry representatives.
The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience [AIME] will develop an immersive online game, AIMESTAR, designed to spark the interest of young Indigenous students to learn and excel in maths and science.
A group of 28 talented young Indigenous students were selected to take part in the CSIRO Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Technology and Science [ASSETS] camp in Adelaide in December.
Snapshot of successful practices in maths education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in a Western Australian cluster of schools.
Make It Count is designed for educators working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners in mathematics education.
The Queensland University of Technology has offered an inaugural Indigenous Australian Science and Infrastructure Development (SID) Winter School for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Series of workshops, practicals and seminars by the National Indigenous Science Education Program (NISEP), based out of Macquarie University for Science Week.