Annual Primary Mathematics Conference

Assessment: It’s a whole-school approach

Saturday 10th March 2018

The Epping Club, Sydney

Registering your team is easier than ever!

We know that schools can be busy places, and you might not yet have all the information at your fingertips to plan your team for the March Conference.

So this year we’ve made it easier than ever to secure your spot.

  • Simply buy your tickets today, taking advantage of the early bird offer.
  • Then you have until 16 February 2018 (T1, wk 3) to work out who’s going, and enter your team’s details.

Easy!

Early-Bird Option

Closes Sunday 31 December 2017
Individuals: $300
Teams (maximum 8 delegates from each school): $280 per person

Full Registration

Closes 16 February, 2018
​Individuals: $340
Teams (maximum 8 delegates from each school): $320 (incl GST) per person

Buy tickets

All prices are GST inclusive.

When you’re ready to register your team, you can find all the information you need below.

Step 1 – buy your tickets

  1. Decide how many tickets your school would like.
  2. One person, ‘the Buyer’ buys them here
  • Teams (maximum 8 delegates from each school) qualify for a discount.
  • Don’t have a team? No problem! Individual delegates can also attend if they wish.

Tickets bought in 2017 qualify for an early bird discount.

You will receive your tickets direct from Eventbrite via email, together with a tax invoice.

Ticket sales close Friday 16 February 2018 (T1, wk 3)

Step 2 – Create your team

Your school will need one dedicated Conference Organiser to manage the registrations.

  1. Appoint your Conference Organiser.
  2. Get your staff together and decide who is going.

Your school team could include the following educators:

  • Principal, Deputy Principal, Assistant Principals
  • Head of Curriculum
  • Numeracy / Mathematics Coordinators
  • Instructional Leaders
  • Classroom teachers, K-6

Step 3 – Print your planning sheets

 

Delegate Details Sheet

Use this sheet to gather individual delegate information.

Session Planning Sheet

Use this sheet to strategically plan who is best suited to each session.

There are three concurrent sessions, each with three workshops to pick from. You can find the list of sessions on the Program page.

We encourage your educators to attend as many different sessions as possible, to gain maximum benefit for the school.

Step 4 – Call a 5-minute team meeting to gather all delegate details

Agree who’s going to which sessions. Record this on your Session Planning Sheet from Step 3.

Gather individual delegate information so they can receive reminders and updates AND qualify for NESA hours.

You will need the following information for each team member attending:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Contact number
  • NESA Teacher Number (6-digits) and level
  • Role at school
  • Dietary requirements
  • Sessions attending

Record this carefully on your on Delegate Details Sheet from Step 3.

Step 5 – Update your team details

Once your Delegate Details Sheet & Session Planning Sheets are completed, the ‘Buyer’ (the person who completed the online registration) can update all delegate details and session selections directly online using the Eventbrite link contained in the Confirmation email they received with your team’s tickets and invoice. See how to do this here.

Alternatively, your designated Conference Organiser can scan and email your teams details to cindy@anitachinmaths.com.au. They will then receive a confirmation email once your details have been updated.

IMPORTANT: All completed details must be received by Friday 16 Feb 2018 (T1, wk 3) in order to attend your sessions and qualify for NESA PD hours.

Cancellations and refunds

Registration can be transferred to another staff member at your school at no cost. However, workshop selection changes are not guaranteed. All changes must be received in writing to cindy@anitachinmaths.com.au by 16 February 2018. No cancellations or refunds permitted.