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Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 3&4 Second Edition (digital)

$69.95
This new edition of the leading VCE Mathematics series combines authoritative coverage of the new Study Design with a proven teaching and learning formula and innovative digital resources to support ALL students to achieve VCE success. Our highly respected author team now draws on the expertise of additional experienced educators who bring their own classroom experience to interpret the new Study Design and provide logical topic development and rigorous questions that most effectively build student skills. Enhanced digital features including an Exam Generator, student workspaces and self-assessment tools, videos for all worked examples, auto-marked quizzes, Desmos interactives, and a range of downloadable activities, will give students the best assessment preparation available. What’s new? Providing the most reliable interpretation and delivery of the new Study Design, and now with additional, highly experienced educators on the author team, the proven teaching and learning formula of the second edition of this series is enhanced by a number of new features:
  • Authoritative curriculum coverage of algorithms and pseudocode, including appendix support of the basic principles, and guides to the use of Python and the programming capabilities of CAS calculators for writing and implementing algorithms.
  • A revised structure for General Mathematics Units 1&2, combined with Now Try This questions after worked examples to give students immediate practice, plus carefully graded exercises and explicitly labelled exam-style questions.
  • More revision opportunities with dedicated revision chapters on groups of topics and a final chapter that revises the textbook.
  • Practice opportunities for the Mathematical Investigation in Units 1&2 with the inclusion of several investigations in the review chapters of each book and additional investigations in the Online Teaching Suite.
  • Tools for students to work independently and keep track of their progress such as Learning Intentions and Success Criteria, combined with access to fully worked solutions when enabled by the teacher.
  • Access to new digital resources for the classroom and at home with workspaces and self-assessment tools available for all exercise questions, videos for all worked examples, revised and augmented auto-marked quizzes and access to auto-marked, multiple-choice practice exams created by the teacher.
  • A new Exam Generator for teachers that allows them to create custom practice exams using previous VCAA questions plus additional VCAA-style questions with mark allocation and solutions.
Features you love The second edition also retains all the features that have led to VCE success, including:
  • Creative and rigorous questions to help students understand concepts and develop mathematical skills, apply maths in various contexts and prepare for exams.
  • Videos of worked examples and worked solutions for every question in each course to support independently learning, build understanding and consolidate skills.
  • Calculator activities, examples and guides for calculators in all courses, and technology-free questions in the Methods and Specialist courses.
  • The powerful Learning Management System (LMS) – available with the Online Teaching Suite – combining task-management tools, testing, and a suite of individual student and whole-class reports.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Michael Evans Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education. David Treeby David Treeby obtained his Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University, in 2005. He later obtained his doctorate in 2018. David has taught high school mathematics since 2006, and is currently based at Scotch College, Melbourne, where he is Teacher in Charge of Extension Mathematics. David's teaching interests lie in extending students with rich and interesting problems. David is also an active research mathematician, and most of his published work is in the area of Mathematical Physics. Kay Lipson Kay Lipson has a PhD in Statistics Education, and Diploma of Education. Her experience includes over 30 years teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is an experienced author of textbooks for the Years 11 and 12 Mathematics courses, specialising in the areas of Probability and Statistics. Josian Astruc Josian Astruc is a highly experienced teacher of senior VCE Mathematics. Now retired, he has presented at both teacher and student seminars on Specialist Maths. Neil Cracknell Neil Cracknell has significant expertise in senior school mathematics. Having retired from his position at Scotch College, he went on to teach at an Independent College in Melbourne. Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth completed a PhD in Mathematics and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University. Currently, he is Head of Mathematics at Scotch College in Melbourne, where he spends his time advising secondary school students on their mathematical development and assisting them to achieve at the highest levels in the subject. Daniel Mathews Daniel Mathews is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He obtained his PhD from Stanford University in 2009. He enjoys teaching, research, recreational mathematics, and mathematical Olympiads. His research interests include geometry, topology and mathematical physics.
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Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 3&4 Second Edition (digital)

$69.95
This new edition of the leading VCE Mathematics series combines authoritative coverage of the new Study Design with a proven teaching and learning formula and innovative digital resources to support ALL students to achieve VCE success. Our highly respected author team now draws on the expertise of additional experienced educators who bring their own classroom experience to interpret the new Study Design and provide logical topic development and rigorous questions that most effectively build student skills. Enhanced digital features including an Exam Generator, student workspaces and self-assessment tools, videos for all worked examples, auto-marked quizzes, Desmos interactives, and a range of downloadable activities, will give students the best assessment preparation available. What’s new? Providing the most reliable interpretation and delivery of the new Study Design, and now with additional, highly experienced educators on the author team, the proven teaching and learning formula of the second edition of this series is enhanced by a number of new features:
  • Authoritative curriculum coverage of algorithms and pseudocode, including appendix support of the basic principles, and guides to the use of Python and the programming capabilities of CAS calculators for writing and implementing algorithms.
  • A revised structure for General Mathematics Units 1&2, combined with Now Try This questions after worked examples to give students immediate practice, plus carefully graded exercises and explicitly labelled exam-style questions.
  • More revision opportunities with dedicated revision chapters on groups of topics and a final chapter that revises the textbook.
  • Practice opportunities for the Mathematical Investigation in Units 1&2 with the inclusion of several investigations in the review chapters of each book and additional investigations in the Online Teaching Suite.
  • Tools for students to work independently and keep track of their progress such as Learning Intentions and Success Criteria, combined with access to fully worked solutions when enabled by the teacher.
  • Access to new digital resources for the classroom and at home with workspaces and self-assessment tools available for all exercise questions, videos for all worked examples, revised and augmented auto-marked quizzes and access to auto-marked, multiple-choice practice exams created by the teacher.
  • A new Exam Generator for teachers that allows them to create custom practice exams using previous VCAA questions plus additional VCAA-style questions with mark allocation and solutions.
Features you love The second edition also retains all the features that have led to VCE success, including:
  • Creative and rigorous questions to help students understand concepts and develop mathematical skills, apply maths in various contexts and prepare for exams.
  • Videos of worked examples and worked solutions for every question in each course to support independently learning, build understanding and consolidate skills.
  • Calculator activities, examples and guides for calculators in all courses, and technology-free questions in the Methods and Specialist courses.
  • The powerful Learning Management System (LMS) – available with the Online Teaching Suite – combining task-management tools, testing, and a suite of individual student and whole-class reports.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Michael Evans Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education. David Treeby David Treeby obtained his Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University, in 2005. He later obtained his doctorate in 2018. David has taught high school mathematics since 2006, and is currently based at Scotch College, Melbourne, where he is Teacher in Charge of Extension Mathematics. David's teaching interests lie in extending students with rich and interesting problems. David is also an active research mathematician, and most of his published work is in the area of Mathematical Physics. Kay Lipson Kay Lipson has a PhD in Statistics Education, and Diploma of Education. Her experience includes over 30 years teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is an experienced author of textbooks for the Years 11 and 12 Mathematics courses, specialising in the areas of Probability and Statistics. Josian Astruc Josian Astruc is a highly experienced teacher of senior VCE Mathematics. Now retired, he has presented at both teacher and student seminars on Specialist Maths. Neil Cracknell Neil Cracknell has significant expertise in senior school mathematics. Having retired from his position at Scotch College, he went on to teach at an Independent College in Melbourne. Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth completed a PhD in Mathematics and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University. Currently, he is Head of Mathematics at Scotch College in Melbourne, where he spends his time advising secondary school students on their mathematical development and assisting them to achieve at the highest levels in the subject. Daniel Mathews Daniel Mathews is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He obtained his PhD from Stanford University in 2009. He enjoys teaching, research, recreational mathematics, and mathematical Olympiads. His research interests include geometry, topology and mathematical physics.
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Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 3&4 Second Edition (print and digital)

$89.95
This new edition of the leading VCE Mathematics series combines authoritative coverage of the new Study Design with a proven teaching and learning formula and innovative digital resources to support ALL students to achieve VCE success. Our highly respected author team now draws on the expertise of additional experienced educators who bring their own classroom experience to interpret the new Study Design and provide logical topic development and rigorous questions that most effectively build student skills. Enhanced digital features including an Exam Generator, student workspaces and self-assessment tools, videos for all worked examples, auto-marked quizzes, Desmos interactives, and a range of downloadable activities, will give students the best assessment preparation available. What’s new? Providing the most reliable interpretation and delivery of the new Study Design, and now with additional, highly experienced educators on the author team, the proven teaching and learning formula of the second edition of this series is enhanced by a number of new features:
  • Authoritative curriculum coverage of algorithms and pseudocode, including appendix support of the basic principles, and guides to the use of Python and the programming capabilities of CAS calculators for writing and implementing algorithms.
  • A revised structure for General Mathematics Units 1&2, combined with Now Try This questions after worked examples to give students immediate practice, plus carefully graded exercises and explicitly labelled exam-style questions.
  • More revision opportunities with dedicated revision chapters on groups of topics and a final chapter that revises the textbook.
  • Practice opportunities for the Mathematical Investigation in Units 1&2 with the inclusion of several investigations in the review chapters of each book and additional investigations in the Online Teaching Suite.
  • Tools for students to work independently and keep track of their progress such as Learning Intentions and Success Criteria, combined with access to fully worked solutions when enabled by the teacher.
  • Access to new digital resources for the classroom and at home with workspaces and self-assessment tools available for all exercise questions, videos for all worked examples, revised and augmented auto-marked quizzes and access to auto-marked, multiple-choice practice exams created by the teacher.
  • A new Exam Generator for teachers that allows them to create custom practice exams using previous VCAA questions plus additional VCAA-style questions with mark allocation and solutions.
Features you love The second edition also retains all the features that have led to VCE success, including:
  • Creative and rigorous questions to help students understand concepts and develop mathematical skills, apply maths in various contexts and prepare for exams.
  • Videos of worked examples and worked solutions for every question in each course to support independently learning, build understanding and consolidate skills.
  • Calculator activities, examples and guides for calculators in all courses, and technology-free questions in the Methods and Specialist courses.
  • The powerful Learning Management System (LMS) – available with the Online Teaching Suite – combining task-management tools, testing, and a suite of individual student and whole-class reports.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS Michael Evans Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education. David Treeby David Treeby obtained his Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University, in 2005. He later obtained his doctorate in 2018. David has taught high school mathematics since 2006, and is currently based at Scotch College, Melbourne, where he is Teacher in Charge of Extension Mathematics. David's teaching interests lie in extending students with rich and interesting problems. David is also an active research mathematician, and most of his published work is in the area of Mathematical Physics. Kay Lipson Kay Lipson has a PhD in Statistics Education, and Diploma of Education. Her experience includes over 30 years teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is an experienced author of textbooks for the Years 11 and 12 Mathematics courses, specialising in the areas of Probability and Statistics. Josian Astruc Josian Astruc is a highly experienced teacher of senior VCE Mathematics. Now retired, he has presented at both teacher and student seminars on Specialist Maths. Neil Cracknell Neil Cracknell has significant expertise in senior school mathematics. Having retired from his position at Scotch College, he went on to teach at an Independent College in Melbourne. Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth completed a PhD in Mathematics and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University. Currently, he is Head of Mathematics at Scotch College in Melbourne, where he spends his time advising secondary school students on their mathematical development and assisting them to achieve at the highest levels in the subject. Daniel Mathews Daniel Mathews is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He obtained his PhD from Stanford University in 2009. He enjoys teaching, research, recreational mathematics, and mathematical Olympiads. His research interests include geometry, topology and mathematical physics.
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Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 3&4 Second Edition (print and digital)

$89.95
This new edition of the leading VCE Mathematics series combines authoritative coverage of the new Study Design with a proven teaching and learning formula and innovative digital resources to support ALL students to achieve VCE success. Our highly respected author team now draws on the expertise of additional experienced educators who bring their own classroom experience to interpret the new Study Design and provide logical topic development and rigorous questions that most effectively build student skills. Enhanced digital features including an Exam Generator, student workspaces and self-assessment tools, videos for all worked examples, auto-marked quizzes, Desmos interactives, and a range of downloadable activities, will give students the best assessment preparation available. What’s new? Providing the most reliable interpretation and delivery of the new Study Design, and now with additional, highly experienced educators on the author team, the proven teaching and learning formula of the second edition of this series is enhanced by a number of new features:
  • Authoritative curriculum coverage of algorithms and pseudocode, including appendix support of the basic principles, and guides to the use of Python and the programming capabilities of CAS calculators for writing and implementing algorithms.
  • A revised structure for General Mathematics Units 1&2, combined with Now Try This questions after worked examples to give students immediate practice, plus carefully graded exercises and explicitly labelled exam-style questions.
  • More revision opportunities with dedicated revision chapters on groups of topics and a final chapter that revises the textbook.
  • Practice opportunities for the Mathematical Investigation in Units 1&2 with the inclusion of several investigations in the review chapters of each book and additional investigations in the Online Teaching Suite.
  • Tools for students to work independently and keep track of their progress such as Learning Intentions and Success Criteria, combined with access to fully worked solutions when enabled by the teacher.
  • Access to new digital resources for the classroom and at home with workspaces and self-assessment tools available for all exercise questions, videos for all worked examples, revised and augmented auto-marked quizzes and access to auto-marked, multiple-choice practice exams created by the teacher.
  • A new Exam Generator for teachers that allows them to create custom practice exams using previous VCAA questions plus additional VCAA-style questions with mark allocation and solutions.
Features you love The second edition also retains all the features that have led to VCE success, including:
  • Creative and rigorous questions to help students understand concepts and develop mathematical skills, apply maths in various contexts and prepare for exams.
  • Videos of worked examples and worked solutions for every question in each course to support independently learning, build understanding and consolidate skills.
  • Calculator activities, examples and guides for calculators in all courses, and technology-free questions in the Methods and Specialist courses.
  • The powerful Learning Management System (LMS) – available with the Online Teaching Suite – combining task-management tools, testing, and a suite of individual student and whole-class reports.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS Michael Evans Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education. David Treeby David Treeby obtained his Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University, in 2005. He later obtained his doctorate in 2018. David has taught high school mathematics since 2006, and is currently based at Scotch College, Melbourne, where he is Teacher in Charge of Extension Mathematics. David's teaching interests lie in extending students with rich and interesting problems. David is also an active research mathematician, and most of his published work is in the area of Mathematical Physics. Kay Lipson Kay Lipson has a PhD in Statistics Education, and Diploma of Education. Her experience includes over 30 years teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is an experienced author of textbooks for the Years 11 and 12 Mathematics courses, specialising in the areas of Probability and Statistics. Josian Astruc Josian Astruc is a highly experienced teacher of senior VCE Mathematics. Now retired, he has presented at both teacher and student seminars on Specialist Maths. Neil Cracknell Neil Cracknell has significant expertise in senior school mathematics. Having retired from his position at Scotch College, he went on to teach at an Independent College in Melbourne. Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth completed a PhD in Mathematics and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University. Currently, he is Head of Mathematics at Scotch College in Melbourne, where he spends his time advising secondary school students on their mathematical development and assisting them to achieve at the highest levels in the subject. Daniel Mathews Daniel Mathews is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He obtained his PhD from Stanford University in 2009. He enjoys teaching, research, recreational mathematics, and mathematical Olympiads. His research interests include geometry, topology and mathematical physics.
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Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 3&4 Second Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95
This new edition of the leading VCE Mathematics series combines authoritative coverage of the new Study Design with a proven teaching and learning formula and innovative digital resources to support ALL students to achieve VCE success. Our highly respected author team now draws on the expertise of additional experienced educators who bring their own classroom experience to interpret the new Study Design and provide logical topic development and rigorous questions that most effectively build student skills. Enhanced digital features including an Exam Generator, student workspaces and self-assessment tools, videos for all worked examples, auto-marked quizzes, Desmos interactives, and a range of downloadable activities, will give students the best assessment preparation available.
  • The powerful, integrated digital resources and LMS are now improved and include many new features to benefit students and teachers.
  • Calculator activities, examples and guides for calculators are included in all courses, and technology-free questions are provided in the Methods and Specialist courses.
  • Worked solutions are available for every question in each course.
  • The Task Manager tool allows teachers to set task sequences that can send users on a path appropriate to their results in a measurable task.
  • The Exam Generator allows teachers to create custom practice exams using previous VCAA questions plus additional VCAA-style questions with mark allocation and solutions.
  • Supporting documents for teachers include new investigations, additional exercises, more chapter tests and answers, skillsheets, curriculum information and more.
  • Supporting material is provided for the prescribed ‘Networks’ content in the General course to guide teachers who are unfamiliar with the topic.
  • Appendices in the Methods and Specialist courses provide support for teachers unfamiliar with algorithms and pseudocode, along with support for using various technology to code algorithms.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Michael Evans Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education. David Treeby David Treeby obtained his Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University, in 2005. He later obtained his doctorate in 2018. David has taught high school mathematics since 2006, and is currently based at Scotch College, Melbourne, where he is Teacher in Charge of Extension Mathematics. David's teaching interests lie in extending students with rich and interesting problems. David is also an active research mathematician, and most of his published work is in the area of Mathematical Physics. Kay Lipson Kay Lipson has a PhD in Statistics Education, and Diploma of Education. Her experience includes over 30 years teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is an experienced author of textbooks for the Years 11 and 12 Mathematics courses, specialising in the areas of Probability and Statistics. Josian Astruc Josian Astruc is a highly experienced teacher of senior VCE Mathematics. Now retired, he has presented at both teacher and student seminars on Specialist Maths. Neil Cracknell Neil Cracknell has significant expertise in senior school mathematics. Having retired from his position at Scotch College, he went on to teach at an Independent College in Melbourne. Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth completed a PhD in Mathematics and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University. Currently, he is Head of Mathematics at Scotch College in Melbourne, where he spends his time advising secondary school students on their mathematical development and assisting them to achieve at the highest levels in the subject. Daniel Mathews Daniel Mathews is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He obtained his PhD from Stanford University in 2009. He enjoys teaching, research, recreational mathematics, and mathematical Olympiads. His research interests include geometry, topology and mathematical physics.
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Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 3&4 Second Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95
This new edition of the leading VCE Mathematics series combines authoritative coverage of the new Study Design with a proven teaching and learning formula and innovative digital resources to support ALL students to achieve VCE success. Our highly respected author team now draws on the expertise of additional experienced educators who bring their own classroom experience to interpret the new Study Design and provide logical topic development and rigorous questions that most effectively build student skills. Enhanced digital features including an Exam Generator, student workspaces and self-assessment tools, videos for all worked examples, auto-marked quizzes, Desmos interactives, and a range of downloadable activities, will give students the best assessment preparation available.
  • The powerful, integrated digital resources and LMS are now improved and include many new features to benefit students and teachers.
  • Calculator activities, examples and guides for calculators are included in all courses, and technology-free questions are provided in the Methods and Specialist courses.
  • Worked solutions are available for every question in each course.
  • The Task Manager tool allows teachers to set task sequences that can send users on a path appropriate to their results in a measurable task.
  • The Exam Generator allows teachers to create custom practice exams using previous VCAA questions plus additional VCAA-style questions with mark allocation and solutions.
  • Supporting documents for teachers include new investigations, additional exercises, more chapter tests and answers, skillsheets, curriculum information and more.
  • Supporting material is provided for the prescribed ‘Networks’ content in the General course to guide teachers who are unfamiliar with the topic.
  • Appendices in the Methods and Specialist courses provide support for teachers unfamiliar with algorithms and pseudocode, along with support for using various technology to code algorithms.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Michael Evans Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education. David Treeby David Treeby obtained his Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University, in 2005. He later obtained his doctorate in 2018. David has taught high school mathematics since 2006, and is currently based at Scotch College, Melbourne, where he is Teacher in Charge of Extension Mathematics. David's teaching interests lie in extending students with rich and interesting problems. David is also an active research mathematician, and most of his published work is in the area of Mathematical Physics. Kay Lipson Kay Lipson has a PhD in Statistics Education, and Diploma of Education. Her experience includes over 30 years teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is an experienced author of textbooks for the Years 11 and 12 Mathematics courses, specialising in the areas of Probability and Statistics. Josian Astruc Josian Astruc is a highly experienced teacher of senior VCE Mathematics. Now retired, he has presented at both teacher and student seminars on Specialist Maths. Neil Cracknell Neil Cracknell has significant expertise in senior school mathematics. Having retired from his position at Scotch College, he went on to teach at an Independent College in Melbourne. Gareth Ainsworth Gareth Ainsworth completed a PhD in Mathematics and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Mathematics at Monash University. Currently, he is Head of Mathematics at Scotch College in Melbourne, where he spends his time advising secondary school students on their mathematical development and assisting them to achieve at the highest levels in the subject. Daniel Mathews Daniel Mathews is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He obtained his PhD from Stanford University in 2009. He enjoys teaching, research, recreational mathematics, and mathematical Olympiads. His research interests include geometry, topology and mathematical physics.
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