Maths Teacher Circles
Professional learning that will get you excited again about teaching maths.
Attend regular online sessions. Meet like-minded teachers. Get trusted ideas for the maths classroom.
What to expect
at Maths Teacher Circles events

IDEAS

Get new teaching insights and see maths in new ways

FUN

Explore puzzles, games and other great problem solving ideas

COMMUNITY

Join primary and secondary teachers in a welcoming environment

INSPIRATION

Find or re-ignite your love of maths

Plus

Get trusted tasks for the classroom

Hear from experienced presenters

Connect with like-minded others

Join online from wherever you are

Your professional learning plan
1. Register your spot.

Attend online sessions regularly throughout the year.

2. Have fun and learn lots.

Get powerful and practical ideas you can use right away.

3. Get reinvigorated.

Be part of a maths community that loves sharing ideas.

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Why attend Maths Teacher Circles?
“The conversations are valuable for gaining new insights on maths problems.”
Chris,
Secondary teacher and maths leader
“It’s the best thing I’ve done professionally this year!”
Erin,
Middle Years Coordinator
“A unique experience that I want more of.”
Samantha,
Primary teacher and learning specialist
“The mix of primary and secondary teachers gives me valuable new perspectives.”
Peter,
Secondary Teacher
“It’s an amazing, safe space.”
Stephanie,
Primary teacher and numeracy learning specialist
“I come back for the open and engaging problems and to engage with others.”
Jo,
Physicist and pre-service teacher
A successful global model

Maths Teacher Circles are a celebrated model of professional development that was launched in Australia in 2020.

First formed in Russia and Bulgaria in the 1900s, they were designed as a form of collaborative and non-competitive mathematical enrichment for students.

Today, Maths Teacher Circles continues this tradition by bringing primary and secondary teachers together to explore great maths problems and share ideas about teaching.