YuMi Deadly Mathematics Professional Learning

Abstract

The YuMi Deadly Maths Professional Learning strategy was developed by Queensland University of Technology's YuMi Deadly Centre to provide professional learning to teachers on the years F–9 mathematics program YuMi Deadly Maths.

YuMi Deadly Maths was originally designed to improve teachers' capacity to effectively teach mathematics to students in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and low-SES schools. It aims to enhance students' mathematics learning outcomes and improve employment and life chances. It focuses on the how of teaching, and is aligned with the Australian Curriculum: mathematics.

Strategy

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