The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) has been successful in receiving $100,000 in funding from the Toyota Community Trust STEM grant to deliver the Teacher Professional Learning [...]
The recent webinar, hosted by Ai Group, shed light on the national priority of growing Australia’s STEM skilled workforce strategically. Experts at the event emphasised the need for action [...]
News Corp has reported on alarming job vacancies for teachers, including commentary from AMSI Director, Professor Tim Marchant, on maths teacher shortages.
Congratulations to Dr Ekta Sharma, an AMSI and APR.Intern Alumni, on being awarded a fellowship by the Australian government to solve AI space satellite challenges.
Engineers Australia's Create magazine has reported on 'What are the factors that influence students to choose to study engineering?', including commentary from AMSI Director, Professor Tim Marchant.
ABC News Online has reported on maths anxiety and how it affects a student's ability to process information and perform at their best. The report references AMSI data on Year 12 maths enrolments.
High school maths enrolments have collapsed to unprecedented low levels, sabotaging Australia’s shift to a “clever country” of tech-savvy workers, reports The Australian.
The Sydney Morning Herald has reported on the different methods of teaching being discussed as part of Australia's new proposed national maths curriculum.
The Guardian has reported on Australia's long-term declining global mathematics rankings and the proposed national curriculum, including commentary from AMSI Director, Professor Tim Marchant.
Education ministers from all Australian governments will meet on Friday afternoon to discuss the revised national curriculum, reports Jordan Baker at The Age.