The public pages of the Maths 300 website show a summary of each lesson. These summaries give the reader an idea of the topics of the lessons as well as the year levels, curriculum areas and pedagogical approaches.
In order to access the full version of each lesson, the reader should click on ‘Read More’. These pages are only available to subscribers. They contain the full details of each lesson together with files of lesson resources (e.g. board games, chart, graphs), extension activities, software links and other information or worksheets relevant to each lesson.
Typically, a school will take out a subscription for Maths 300. The lesson library is then accessible to all the teachers at the school (or at a single school campus if the school has multiple campuses). A school can subscribe by following the links on this page.
The subscription consists of a joining fee (a one-off fee for new subscribers) and an annual renewal fee. The table of fees is given below. The fee category depends on how many teachers may access the Maths 300 lesson library.
The school subscription is managed by a nominated coordinator (for example, the lead teacher) and a finance contact. Subscription invoices are sent to the finance contact. The coordinator must enter the details of each of the teachers who will need access to Maths 300. Each teacher has their own account and password (unlike the old version of Maths 300 where the access credentials were shared across the school campus). Teachers can set and reset their own passwords.
If a school allows their subscription to lapse prior to renewal, it will be liable to pay the joining fee again.
AAMT can arrange professional training in the use of Maths300. Please contact us for further information.
Please contact email@example.com to arrange for special subscription packages.
Prices are inclusive of GST.
|Subscription Plan||Joining fee||Annual fee|
|Secondary : 2 – 5 teachers||150||220*|
|Secondary : 6 – 15 teachers||200||240*|
|Secondary : 16 - 25 teachers||250||260*|
|Secondary : 26 - 40 teachers||270||270*|
|Primary and Secondary: more than 40 teachers||290||280*|
|Primary: 2 – 15 teachers||150||220*|
|Primary: 16 – 40 teachers||250||260*|