The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM) contains interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials, for mathematics instruction. The objects are free to use and support the enrichment of mathematics teaching of K-12 students, allowing them to visualize relationships and applications. It is also a valuable tool for training teachers. The use of Java as the program language provides platform independence and web-based accessibility.
RITEMATHS is a project of the University of Melbourne and the University of Ballarat with seven industry partners and is funded by the Australian Research Council's Linkage Grant Scheme for 2004 - 2006.
This site contains links teaching support materials such as websites, publications, assessment examples, professional learning support and links to current research in the area of Mathematics education.
The Mathematics Developmental Continuum P – 10 provides evidence based indicators of progress, linked to powerful teaching strategies, aligned to the progression points and the standards for the Mathematics Domain of the Victorian Essential Learning Standards.
This page of the IB site gives information about the three academic programs, which cover the schooling ages from three to 19. These are: the Primary Years Program, Middle Years Program and Diploma Program.
This report presents comprehensive information about science and mathematics education in Australia, including student achievement, participation, and teacher qualifications. ACER prepared for DEEWR in 2008.