Stuart Palmer - Director
Richard Andrew - Director
Stuart is a Director, lead presenter and all things NSW Mathematics 'go to person'.
Stuart is a secondary mathematics teacher with 25 years of experience in a variety of NSW schools. He taught and programmed Stages 4, 5 and 6 Mathematics numerous times and was head of department in two schools for 15 years. Stuart is now an educational consultant who conducts professional development workshops for teachers all over NSW and beyond. He assists teachers to implement syllabuses in ways that students find meaningful and engaging. He also worked with pre-service secondary mathematics teachers at The University of Sydney for 10 years. He has been mentoring teachers participating in The University of Sydney STEM Enrichment Academy since 2015. Stuart is lead author of the CambridgeMATHS NSW Years 7 to 10 textbook series and created teaching resources for the AAMT/UTS national project called Maths Inside.
To contact Stuart directly email firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard is a Director, number cruncher and online expert.
Richard has 25 years of teaching experience across three states and territories in Australia, including six years as Head of Mathematics. During that time he developed a teaching style which is interactive and relational, directed, yet open-ended, and which fosters individual progression, higher-order thinking, and collaborative learning. Richard is a passionate campaigner for a style of conceptually-based learning which incorporates procedures. Since 2007 he has focused on inspiring other teachers, delivering hundreds of professional development workshops. His online workshops are agents for change, ushering participants into adopting and adapting these principles into their own teaching style. Richard is the creator of Learn Implement Share - the vehicle to make the tried-and-proven, high-quality online workshops available to teachers globally - as well as being a co-director of PD4MaTHS.
To contact Richard on PD4MaTHS matters, email email@example.com