Members of the Mathematics, Science and Technology Education Group have produced a range of materials for use by teachers, teacher candidates, graduate students and researchers including the online resources below.
The SMART-tests system (Specific Mathematics Assessments that Reveal Thinking) provides online diagnostic mathematics tests for middle-school students, and reports to their teachers about their current understanding. This information assists teachers to meet the learning needs of their students.
Teaching Number in Middle Years
Professional learning resources for teachers on the subjects of arithmetic, mental and written computation, and decimals.
Statistical literacy using assessment data-online tutorials
Online tutorials for teachers on how to effectively read NAPLAN assessment data.
Northern Territory Preschool STEM Games
The STEM Games are a series of four resources have been designed to provide teachers with examples of age appropriate play based activities. The games strengthen opportunities for preschool teachers to respond to the diverse STEM competencies and language that children demonstrate as they transition into preschool, planning for current and future learning, and enacting the planning cycle.
Girls’ Future – Our Future
This report was commissioned by the Invergowrie Foundation and produced by a team of academics from The University of Melbourne and Deakin University. MSTEG staff members Victoria Millar and Jan van Driel were members of this team. The report explores issues that impact on girls’ identification with, and sense of belonging in STEM, and influence their participation in STEM pathways.