Catherine Attard | Professor, Mathematics Education
Western Sydney University

Catherine Attard, Professor, Mathematics Education, Western Sydney University

Catherine is an Associate Professor in primary mathematics education and Deputy Director of Research within the School of Education at Western Sydney University and President of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA). She is a multiple award-winning educator who combines great dedication for teaching engaging mathematics with her own experiences as a primary classroom teacher to motivate and inspire pre-service and qualified teachers. Catherine's research is focused on student engagement with mathematics and issues surrounding the pedagogical practices that influence students' engagement. Catherine is also actively researching contemporary teaching practices through the use of digital technologies, and middle leadership in schools.  Catherine has won several teaching awards, including a 2016 Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Teaching Excellence Award, an Office of Learning and Teaching citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning and the Western Sydney University Vice-Chancellor's Excellence in Teaching Award. She regularly presents workshops and keynotes nationally and internationally and is a past president of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales (MANSW), and  past editor of the professional journal, Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom. Catherine is also the author of the leading mathematics education blog,, as well as the author of several popular mathematics teacher resource books.


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Why the maths curriculum must change?

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