The Hamann School Mathematics Competition for Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Prizes
The aim of the competition held is to encourage interested and motivated students to enjoy the challenge of non-standard problems. There are four divisions: Primary up to Yr7) Junior (Yr 7/8), Intermediate(Yr 9/10) and Senior (Yr11/12).
MASA Junior Secondary Mathematics Enrichment Project
Developing Powerful Learners. Jointly sponsored by The Mathematical Association of SA Inc. and The Department for Education and Child Development (DECD)Teaching and Learning Services.
A fun night for teams of 4 students in Years 8-12, with quiz questions in both Mathematical and General Knowledge sections. The event is held in numerous locations, at both metropolitan and country venues. This is a very popular and enjoyable evening.
(Entry Form will be available once all venues have confirmed for 2018)
This program is for students who enjoy mathematics. It gives them the opportunity to participate in an extracurricular activity that extends them mathematically, allows them to make contact with other like-minded students and provides the opportunity to explore real-life applications of mathematics. The sessions are run by fully qualified teachers.
This year the program will be run at the Australian Science and Mathematics School in the grounds of Flinders University. (Details will be provided nearer the time.) Each day will run from 9:00 am until 2:30 pm.
Mega Maths is a joint venture between the University of Adelaide and MASA. Engaging and stimulating sessions for students Year 8 to 12, are held at the University twice a term on Friday 4.30pm to 6.30pm. Session topics have included Mindstorm Robots, Bridge Building, 3D Printers, Logarithms and Seashells, Bell Ringing etc.
National Mathematics Summer School (NMSS)
NMSS is a two week residential school held each January at the Australian National University for mathematically gifted and talented senior high school students.
Students in years 7 to 11 who are interested in developing their problem-solving skills in mathematics beyond the school curriculum.
Could you please let Michael Bammann from our MASA Committee know if you can make it or not on 0404 008 697 - you will also need to register at the above link.
Held at the University of Adelaide's North Terrace Campus, Saturday Maths Problem Solving is an opportunity for students in years 7 to 11 who are interested in developing their problem-solving skills in mathematics beyond the school curriculum. For more information about the Saturday Maths Problem Solving sessions please contact Michael Bammann: firstname.lastname@example.org
Problem solving opportunity in Mathematics - for students who are keen to develop skills and knowledge beyond the school curriculum.
The sessions assist students of like interests and abilities to:
Find friendship, inspiration and encouragement while working on, thinking about and solving non-standard (sometimes complex problems)
Build up a tool chest of strategies which will enable them to solve problems they have never seen before.
Become flexible and creative in their approach to solving problems. All students are required to bring paper, pen and a calculator. Morning tea will be provided.
The sessions are run by fully qualified educators.