Welcome to The Association of Mathematics Educators
Mathematics Institute for Teachers (Primary) by Dr Chan Chun Ming, Eric on 17 March 2015
Mathematics Institute for Teachers (Secondary) by Dr Wong Khoon Yoong on 17 & 18 March 2015
Who are we?
The Association was formed in December 1994 as a professional association for
mathematics teachers and other mathematics educators. The Association has more
than 350 individual members, mostly mathematics educators and some parents.
Schools and interested organisations can join the Association as corporate members
and we have more than 125 corporate members.
What are our objectives?
The objectives of the Association are:
To enhance the quality of mathematics education in Singapore through the promotion
of mathematical activities
- To promote the professional development of mathematics educators
- To encourage critical discussion of issues and problems in mathematics
education and seek methods of alleviating such problems
- To disseminate mathematics education research findings and methods of
teaching to both the educators and the wider community via journals, newsletters,
talks, conferences, workshops, etc.
To facilitate closer ties with the local and international mathematics educational communities
What do we do?
The Association organises talks, conferences, workshops,
seminars and activities for students with the intentions of disseminating information on current events and issues in mathematics
education to members as well as providing forums for discussion among mathematics educators.
The Association also publishes The Mathematics
a refereed journal with articles on mathematics education. This journal is issued to members twice a year.
$20 per year
$50 per year
For schools and other corporations
For Ordinary Members who have shown commitment to the Association by
being ordinary members for at least 10 years. Life members are entitled to all
the rights and privileges of Ordinary Membership.
Yearly subscriptions will cover membership for one financial year of the society, generally
from April of a year to March of the following year.