Mathematical Association of Tasmania

PO Box 5096

Find us on Facebook. For more details about the association, please contact our president, Brett Stephenson, via email:

Mathematical Association of Tasmania


The Mathematical Association of Tasmania (MAT) was founded in 1961 and is a non-profit, volunteer-run organisation supporting Tasmanian Mathematics teachers and students from Kindergarten to Year 12. MAT aims to link teachers through association activities, our annual conference, and regular communication. We also provide opportunities for students to participate in mathematical events, such as our annual Relay.

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".




Register here for 2021 MAT Membership: Please note that, in light of a challenging 2020, all memberships registered in 2020 will carry over until the end of 2021. If you are unsure of your membership status, please contact Brett Stephenson (


Upcoming Events:

Dates Audience Event Details Location
Fri  3 - Sat 4 September K - 12 Mathematics Teachers

MAT Conference

Fri - Early Careers day, Keynote, Dinner

Sat - Conference, Keynote, Workshops

St. Michael's Collegiate Hobart



For more events, see our Calendar. We also regularly update our Facebook page.



See Links for MAT's recommendation of websites worth visiting or download the PDF version here:



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

Can We Help.docx 32.20 kB



  Proudly an affiliated association of the
 Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers