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Maths and Digital Technologies connections for Primary Educators

  • 2 Mar 2020
  • 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Mathematical Association of Victoria, 61 Blyth Street, Brunswick


  • MAV members please follow the link in the workshop description to register on the MAV website.

Registration is closed

The links between Digital Technologies and Mathematics provide benefits to both Learning Areas in the Primary classroom.

In this afternoon workshop:

  • gain a grasp of the Digital Technologies curriculum and its scope and sequence,
  • get hands on with activities and lessons that address both DigiTech and Maths curricula,
  • explore the computational thinking skills that make for ideal links between the two learning areas,
  • receive links to relevant, useful resources.

This workshop will suit Primary teachers and learning leaders keen to address the Digital Technologies curriculum, or looking for ways to integrate Digital Technologies into classrooms.

Co-presented by Mathematical Association of Victoria (MAV) and Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria (DLTV).


The event is open to the general public, with 20% discount for DLTV members. Click Register to purchase a ticket here.

MAV members are encouraged to register on the MAV site to receive the 20% discount.


Nathan Alison taught Digital Technologies, VCE Computing and Software Development in Victoria for 11 years before beginning work for DLTVHe brings a background in Computer Systems Engineering and years of hobby coding, as well as a keen desire to help teachers with more complex Computer Science concepts through clear explanations and relevant activities.

Jen Bowden enjoys inspiring teachers to become more critical and creative in their teaching. As an education consultant for the Mathematical Association of Victoria, she works with teachers and leaders to build teacher capacity, increase knowledge of curriculum content, develop pedagogies and establish school-wide improvement plans.

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