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Who can be a reSolve Champion?

Any teacher of mathematics from Foundation to Year 10 can complete an expression of interest to become a reSolve Champion. We are looking for people beyond those who are or would see themselves as ‘mathematics specialists’. Overall, the group of Champions will be diverse – experienced and early career teachers; specialists and those without strong formal qualifications in mathematics (primary ‘generalists’, ‘out of field’ secondary). All will have a commitment to better mathematics outcomes for their students, and to supporting their colleagues in and beyond their school in mathematics.

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Champions who are not classroom-based

Other educators such as principals, teacher educators and officers of education authorities who also have a stake in reforming school mathematics practices by promoting and supporting adoption of inquiry approaches in the teaching and learning of the subject will be welcome as reSolve Champions. Their role and preparation will be somewhat different, although their basic attributes will be similar to those of resolve Champions who are currently teaching.

Champions expression of interest package

Champions information for non-teachers