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    Teach the new Mathematics 7-10 Victorian Curriculum V2.0 with Oxford

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    Join our free Mathematics 7-10 workshops to support the implementation of the new Victorian Curriculum V2.0.

    We’ve analysed the new curriculum inside and out so that you don't have to, giving you full confidence to focus on what matters most – your students!

    Hosted by the expert team of mathematics teachers, authors and product developers at Oxford University Press, this workshop will include: 

    • an overview of key changes to the content of the new curriculum – what’s in, what’s out, what’s moved
    • practical tips, advice, and a selection of ready-to-use resources that will help you save time and implement the new curriculum with confidence 
    • a sneak peek at our brand new Maths 7-10 resources coming for 2025 
    • a demonstration of the new features and functionality launching on Oxford Digital from Term 1 2025, including Live Lesson mode – an Australian first that lets you to say goodbye to traditional print-based lesson plans in favour of perfectly timed and sequenced interactive lessons with integrated classroom activities that will drive classroom engagement and participation. 

    Each attendee will receive:

    • a FREE copy of Oxford Maths 7-10 Victorian Curriculum (Second edition) Student Book Year 7 complete with digital access (available upon publication in September 2024, T&C's apply*)

    Discover the new edition firsthand, with sample pages now available for all year levels

    Where and when

    Monday 27 May 2024 – Hawthorn Library 
    Tuesday 28 May 2024 – Djerring Flemington Hub
    Wednesday 29 May 2024 – Mulgrave | Wellington Secondary College

    *Select you preferred location at registration


    Registration & afternoon tea | 3:45pm 
    Workshop | 4:15–5:15pm 

    Meet the presenters

    Thomas Christiansen

    Thomas, has been teaching maths for over a decade and has experience from Year 7 to VCE Year 12. He has presented at the Mathematics Association of Victoria on best practice in teaching mathematics.

    Thomas enjoys helping students build their problem-solving skills and finding the fun in connecting maths to the real world and is the creator of the website He’s always looking to improve his practice and delivery of content as he believes this is the first step in making maths accessible and achievable to all students.

    Thomas will present at the Flemington workshop

    Morgan Levick

    Morgan Levick is a senior mathematics teacher at Nossal High School. He studied at the University of Melbourne where he completed a Bachelor of Science, specialising in pure mathematics and discrete mathematics, and an Advanced Graduate Diploma in operations research.

    Morgan has been working on the latest series of Oxford Maths 7–10 as an author and reviewer. Morgan enjoys writing novel and challenging questions, and has a keen interest in probability and mathematical programming.

    Morgan will present at the Mulgrave workshop

    Echo Gu

     Echo Gu is a mathematics teacher and curriculum leader of Mathematics at Lauriston Girls’ School. She completed Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Teaching, and Master of Data Science at the University of Melbourne. She has taught mathematics from Years 7 to 12, including both VCE and IB curriculum. Echo has recently been authoring contents and reviewing chapters for the latest series ofOxford Maths 7–10.

    Echo will be presenting at the Hawthorn workshop

    * Complimentary resources will be provided upon publication. Only available to practicing secondary school teachers. One complimentary title per attendee, to be distributed at the discretion of OUP Educational Consultants 

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