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reSolve to be a Champion
The reSolve: Mathematics by Inquiry project is seeking Champions who will promote the teaching of mathematics (Years F–10) that is engaging, stimulating and challenging for all students.
Selected Champions will undertake a free professional learning program (online and face-to-face) that will provide thorough knowledge of project resources and approaches.
Resources developed by the reSolve project engage students in activities that are
- challenging yet accessible, and
- that promote a supportive knowledge-building culture in the classroom.
There is a strong focus on the Proficiencies of the Australian Curriculum.
As a reSolve Champion you will promote the use of classroom lessons and professional learning modules with colleagues – helping strengthen the teaching and learning of mathematics in your school and beyond.
The Champions program is open to all teachers of mathematics (F–10), as well as other educators.
reSolve: Mathematics by Inquiry is a bold new national program to promote innovative and engaging approaches to the teaching and learning of mathematics in Australian schools. It is managed by the Australian Academy of Science in collaboration with the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers, and funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
A minimum of 240 reSolve Champions will be selected across the country, drawn from a wide range of locations and school contexts. reSolve Champions will be predominantly teachers (F–10) and others based in schools, but there will also be Champions who are officers of education authorities, principals and teacher educators.
The Leading reSolve program
The Leading reSolve program will equip reSolve Champions with the knowledge, experience and skills to use reSolve resources and processes in their own classroom and in collective efforts to improve Australian students’ experiences and achievement in mathematics. The program will commence in July 2017 and conclude at the end of June 2018.
Information for principals
Being a reSolve Champion offers an unprecedented professional opportunity for your staff member. They will be at the vanguard of a movement to embed innovative and engaging approaches to teaching mathematics in Australian schools, whilst still maintaining their core role as a teacher.
Answers to a number of questions (FAQ) about applying to become a ReSolve Champion and the Leading reSolve program.
Download the information on this site as PDF documents.
Submitting your expression of interest
To apply to be a reSolve Champion, you will need to complete an online expression of interest requiring a number of short statements (approximately 250 words each).