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AAMT is a federation of associations of teachers of mathematics from all Australian States and Territories and has around 4000 individual and institutional members:







The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) Inc., founded in 1966, is the nation’s premier organisation of mathematics educators.

AAMT aims to:

  •  support and enhance the work of teachers;
  •  promote the learning of mathematics; and
  •  represent and promote interests in mathematics education.

Professional program: Take a peek!

Brisbane, 9–11 July 2019.

View a preliminary list of the accepted presentations. 

Receive 10% discount if you are in a group of three or more.

There is still time to register!

Mathematics By Inquiry

Inspire your students through enquiry mathematics. Matt Skoss (mskoss@aamt.edu.au) can deliver professional learning workshops about using and integrating Maths300 into your classrooms.

Dr Felicity Furey 

Felicity Furey

Dr Felicity Furey, Engineer in Residence at Swinburne University of Technology, will present a keynote address "Real world maths: Making it happen" at the 2019 AAMT Conference.

What’s in my new journal? 

AMEJ cover

The Australian Mathematics Education Journal (AMEJ) contains many interesting articles pertinent to teachers from upper primary to early tertiary. Take a look at the titles from the first issue

Inspired Book


Challenging Mathematical Tasks 

Peter Sullivan 

Did you know? Professor Peter Sullivan’s research shows that many students don’t fear challenges in maths but instead welcome them.

Check out our Challenging Mathematical Tasks



2019 Resources Catalogue

Browse the web-shop for easy selection of our resources, or download a PDF of the 2019 Catalogue.

NSW 2019 Conference


International Hotel Wagga Wagga, 25th May 9am to 5pm

The Mathematical Association of NSW invites you to the 2019 Riverina Cluster Conference. Keynote speakers include Eddie Woo.

MASA 2019 Conference




Education Development Centre, 27 May

This conference explores the theme of "Why Maths is the Key". Keynote speakers include Professor Caroline McMillen and Professor Martin Westwell.

MTANT Maths Conference


Alice Springs and Darwin, 31 May

MathsMeet19 discusses the theme of "Rich and Productive Classrooms". Keynote speakers include Charles Lovitt and Emeritus Professor Doug Clarke.