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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mathematics Alliance

Teaching Resources List

NATSIEC Conference Powerpoint
Dr Chris Matthews - Teaching Culture = Deep Learning

David Unaipon
Dr Chris Matthews urges educators to find out moreabout David Unaipon the Ngarrindjeri man who is on the Australian $50 note.

Dr Chris says 'This is a simple change that educators can make today, to help have a respectful relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. Teach students about David Unaipon who revolutioinised the shearing industry that drove the economic development of Australia.'

The Orb
The Orb is an online multimedia resource developed by The Department of Education Tasmania.The resource provides teachers with a wide range of materials to assist in the teaching of Tasmanian Aboriginal Histories and Cultures. It is an innovative approach to supporting teacher practice and is available globally online. The resource has three sections: Living Cultures, Layers of Time and Connection to Place. It is a culturally responsive resource that reflects local values and knowledge.

Make it Count
The resources developed by Make It Count will help schools working at the intersection of Indigenous education and mathematics education. Resources include tools for collecting data, units of learning designed by our creative and innovative educators, and professional reading.

Interactive numeracies
Maths situations in everyday Indigenous family and community life.
A resource for year 4 - TAFE 

5 x tip sheets to improving maths outcomes of Aboriginal students.
These 5 x tip sheets were developed from the AAMT Special Interest Conference, Numeracy, mathematics and Indigenous learners we ran in 2012 and can be downloaded from the Make it count website.

9 days of maths in the Kimberley
A blog written by Caty Morris and Sue Thomas during a trip to the Kimberle

Footy Trip and numeracy circles
A set of lessons based on Footy trip from the Interactive numeracies resource.

Can you help?

If you think you have a resource valuable to  ATSIMA, please contact Melinda Pearson


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