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You became a teacher to make a difference. You want to do great job, develop professionally, and truly support your students - but not burn out.
We all know how little time teachers have. The traditional professional development resources only add to that workload and is inconsistent with teachers’ reality.
Our monthly magazine solves the problem.
We won't overwhelm you with an endless library of auto-generated activities, leaving you to figure out what to do.
Our passionate team are a group of highly valued teachers and researchers who are tired of seeing maths teaching resulting in poor results.
We follow dozens of local teacher groups on social media and have discussions with teachers - taking note of the concerns. Your concerns, right here in your local community, when teaching your very syllabus.
We read the most up-to-date maths education literature and studies and summarise the most important points, whilst collecting activities that have proven to work for you.
We are experts in knowing what catches interest (we have figured out how to inspire kids to do maths!).
By having this to start with, you as a teacher will also feel refreshed and motivated!
Everything we offer has an aesthetic design and real life relatability. We think of the why.
Teachers are the creators of the future; it is time to let the dull, number centred and nontransferable ideas of maths teaching go.
We are mathematicians. We know how to add, but we also know how to subtract. A big part of our work is to bring clarity, and time to breathe.
There is more to typically teaching maths than is required in the syllabus. We help you reduce some of the clutter that so easily collects in maths classrooms.
As a subscriber of our guides, when you let us know what isn't working in maths teaching, we’ll take the time to review your problem. We’ll give you options that take less time, or create impact in more meaningful ways. We want to ensure there is time for the things that are the most important, and that everyone enjoys your classes, yourself included.
The initial idea of Maths for Humans is based on an awarded longitudinal, cross-cultural PhD study. Our team is growing, and we have just completed testing the program in an Australian setting as part of the Love Maths research project by UNSW. Our guides are informed by the findings of that study, and designed according to the most updated knowledge of mathematics learning by a team of mathematics education experts.