reSolve: Maths by Inquiry - Expression of Interest to Trial Materials
reSolve: Maths by Inquiry (MBI) is a collaborative project between the Australian Academy of Science (AAS) and the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT), with support from Outreach Officers from each state/territory Maths Association affiliated with AAMT. More information about the project is available from http://science.org.au/resolve.

You are invited to register your interest in trialling Foundation to Year 10 materials from MBI in your classroom. The purpose of the trialling is to offer feedback to the writing team about the lesson materials and the documentation. Tapping into the 'collective wisdom' of classroom teachers will significantly strengthen the resources. Trialling can be two forms:
1. Trialling 'light' where you teach the lesson sequence, and offer feedback via an online form,
2. Trialling 'heavy' where an Outreach Officer will observe part or all of the lesson sequence, and reflect with you in providing more comprehensive feedback via a post-lesson discussion, an online form, photos of student work, etc.

Feedback is also sought about the Professional Learning Modules being developed. These modules might be attractive to schools participating in whole-school or team professional learning. If you indicate interest in trialling these modules, we will make contact with you.

Data that you enter will be used only within this project. Your data won't be passed onto 3rd parties, and will be respected in accordance with AAMT's Privacy Policy, available at http://www.aamt.edu.au/About-AAMT/Position-statements/Privacy.

Matt Skoss
reSolve: Maths by Inquiry - Manager of Engagement

Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers
GPO Box 1729, Adelaide SA 5001

mskoss@aamt.edu.au
0418 624 631

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