The Mathematical Association of Tasmania 

PO Box 5096

For more details, please contact Brett Stephenson.



Mathematical Association of Tasmania

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Welcome to the Mathematical Association of Tasmania. This site contains valuable information about mathematics events and education in Tasmania for schools, teachers, parents and students (from Kindergarten to Grade 12), and for anyone interested in mathematics education in Tasmania.

The Mathematical Association of Tasmania (MAT) was founded in 1961 and is a non-profit organisation supporting Mathematics Teachers from K-12. MAT aims to link teachers through association activities, our annual conference, and regular communication. Through our activities and services, we aim to promote mathematics education and support teachers in engaging their students in the learning of mathematics.

MAT is an affiliate of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) and also of The Network of Education Associations in Tasmania (NEAT).

We promote and support AAMT's vision of "a society of mathematically capable citizens who understand and value mathematics and its contribution to the lives of all Australians".




Upcoming Events:

30th March: MAT Problem Solving Competition

Now - 13th April: MAT Poster Competition

12th - 13th May: MAT Annual Conference (Hobart)

18th - 20th August: MAT Mathematics Relays



Can We Help?

MAT provides assistance to Institutional members.  For example, we can support schools in facilitating maths expos, parent information sessions, setting up a school maths relay, workshops or other related maths support.

Please click on the link below and complete the attached "Can We Help?" form and forward it to

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Top Drawer Teachers

AAMT has released Top Drawer Teachers which contains loads of resources for teachers.  It comprises a series of "drawers" on topics teachers may find challenging in the Australian Mathematics Curriculum (the idea being that we keep things that we want handy in the top drawer). The contents of each drawer were written by leading groups of academics. Go to



Online Mathematics Communities


You can join us on Facebook


Check out Some excellent AAMT Mathematics communities include:

Make it Count with Indigenous Learners
Click on the link and follow the prompts
Maths in Action
Click on the link and follow the prompts

Early Years in Learning
Click on the link and follow the prompts


There is  an online community attached to Scootle. You can join and connect with teachers across the country, ask questions and share ideas.  To join go to Scootle and then click on the community link. Once you join you can search for networks to join (e.g. Maths F-10, iPad users etc) or establish your own. It's a cross between Facebook and Twitter.



  Proudly an affiliated association of the
 Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers