The following list provides resources, papers and articles supporting the work of Make It Count.
Make It Count and the Kimberley Success Zone
- Mathematics teaching in the Kimberley: Advancing professional conversations by Caty Morris. Draws parallels between Make It Count and schools in the Kimberley region (PDF 1.3mb).
AAMT Special Interest Conference 2013 Numeracy, mathematics and Indigenous learners
- What makes a difference at Doonside by Lyne Plummer and Maninder Kaur presentation, video
- Monday Maths Mob at Hebersham by Dani Upton, Mona McFarlane and Sue Connell presentation
- The power of many by Ian Tait and Lisa Gray presentation, video 1 and video 2
- Working together by Sandra McLeod and Lisa Gray
- Maths camp and Big Day Out by Brad Jarro, Kate Naughtin and Chris Matthews presentation
- The potential of the getting ready in numeracy program for supporting the learning of Indigenous students by Kate Naughtin and Peter Sullivan presentation
- Using scaffolding pedagogy to provide mathematics success for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students by Marie Wright presentation, video
- Scaffolding the Big Ideas in Number by Rosie Wilkinson presentation
- Make it Count - the OPS way of teaching mathematics by Toni MacDonald presentation
- Strategies for achievement in numeracy for Indigenous students by Margaret Dove-Sheedy presentation
Also developed from the five themes emerging from the conference: 5 x Tip Sheets
- Community and school engagement pdf 592 kB
- Leadership for school change pdf 640 kB
- Pedagogy and classroom practices pdf pdf 640 kB
- Research pdf 730 kB
- Professional learning pdf 800 kB.
MERGA Conference 2012
- Professional learning for teaching assistants and its effect on classroom roles by Chris Hurst and Len Sparrow
- K-2 Make it Count Students’ Views of Mathematics by Gilah Leder & Helen Forgasz
- Developing Mathematical Resilience among Aboriginal Students by Steve Thornton, Joanne Statton & Sophie Mountzouris.
MERGA/AAMT Conference 2011 Traditions and (New) Practices
- Making a difference for Indigenous Children by Chris Hurst, Tracey Armstrong and Maranne Young
- Collaborative project evaluation: The role and practicalities in context by Pep Serow, Rosemary Callingham, Helen Forgasz, Vince Geiger, Merrilyn Goos and Gilah Leder
Other conference papers
- Developing mathematical resilience by Johnston-Wilder, Sue and Lee, Clare (2010). Developing mathematical resilience. In: BERA Annual Conference 2010, 1-4 Sep 2010, University of Warwick
- Make it Count: Numeracy mathematics and Indigenous learners: Not the same old thing by Chris Matthews and Caty Morris, ACER Conference, Melbourne 2011
- Mathematising and contextualising connecting mathematics and numeracy to improve learning for Aboriginal students by Steven Thornton and Joanne Statton, 3rd International Realistic Mathematics Education Conference, University of Colorado Boulder 2011
- ICERA Conference, Madrid Chris Hurst November 2012
- AARE-APERA Conference, Christ Hurst/Len Sparrow December 2012.