2018 FYiMaths Workshop – Assessment for Sustainable Learning

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We are looking forward to the next FYiMaths workshop!
When: 28th – 29th June
Where: The University of Melbourne


We are pleased to announce our key note speakers for this year:

Christina Varsavsky (Monash University): Where are we with Maths Assessment?

Mark MacLean (UBC): ComPAIR – The use of comparative judgement between peers as assessment

Janine McIntosh (AMSI): Impact of mentoring on female participation in mathematics


This year’s workshop will be centered around the quesiton ‘Assessment for sustainable learning‘. Some questions you might like to consider are

  • How can we improve assessment practices for time-poor educators?
  • How can assessment improve student life-long learning?
  • How can we use assessment to inform teaching practice?
  • Can technology help both students and educators with assessment?

A draft program of the day can be found here.

I Would Like to Present

We are welcoming abstracts from participants who would like to present. Preference will be given to presentations centred around our theme of assessment, but others will be accepted if time allows.

When you submit your abstract, please let us know whether you would like to present for 45 minutes, 1 hour, or an extended workshop time of 1.5 hours.

If you would like to present, please submit your abstract by Friday 25th May, to


Past FYiMaths Groups Workshops

We have state groups for NSW, New Zealand, and WA. Information about these groups and their past workshops can be found here:


FYiMaths Annual Workshops

The FYiMaths network annual workshops provide an opportunity for mathematicians and mathematics educators to meet and share information, present recent research and exchange ideas on teaching practices and innovations. The workshops involve approximately 50-60 participants, interactive presentations, workshop discussions, networking opportunities, guest speakers and are attended by academics and educators from a wide range of backgrounds and stages of career.

The workshops have been held in June/July at the University of Melbourne since 2013.

You can see the program and presentation slides for past workshops:


Additional FYiMaths workshops

  • Forum on Problem-Based Learning
  • Forum on assumed knowledge