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Prof. Jacqui Ramagge

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Phone: +61 *********
Email: r***@***.au
University of Wollongong
Northfields Ave
Wollongong, New South Wales 2500
Australia

Company Description: Established in 1951, the University of Wollongong (UOW) has been recognised by Federal and State Governments and by independent analysts as being at the pinnacle of...   more
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  • undergraduate degree
    Warwick University
  • PhD
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Professor Jacqui ...
www.education.uwa.edu.au, 27 May 2011 [cached]
Professor Jacqui Ramagge The keynote speaker Professor Jacqui Ramagge from Wollongong University gave a stimulating talk and endeared herself to the audience with her deep understanding of Mathematics education.
Professor Jacqui Ramagge is Head of the School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics at the University of Wollongong and a member of the Engineering, Mathematics and Informatics panel of the Australian Research Council College of Experts.
She is passionate about mathematics and believes that mathematicians have a responsibility to make mathematics accessible to the wider community. She regularly gives talks in schools and is on the writing team for the TIMES project run by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute which aims to provide modules for primary and secondary teachers as resources to support the Australian Curriculum. She has been teaching primary teachers at the preservice and inservice level for over ten years in both Australia and the USA.
Last year she led a team at the University of Wollongong in the development of two undergraduate mathematical-content subjects specifically designed for preservice primary teachers; all of the material associated to the subjects is released under a creative commons license and freely available for other institutions to implement.
Mathematics in the Spotlight Keynote Presentation: Jacqui Ramagge [PDF, 2.7 MB] Updated 27 May 2011
Courses Research Research Forums Year of Maths Prof Ramagge Maths in the Spotlight
Professor Jacqui Rammage talks to the Dean > Faculty of Education: The University of Western Australia
www.education.uwa.edu.au, 13 July 2011 [cached]
Prof Ramagge
Faculty of Education
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Professor Jacqui Ramagge, Head of the School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics at the University of Wollongong, is a central figure in UWA's 2011 Year of Mathematics.
On May 26 Professor Ramagge gave a thought-provoking seminar titled 'Is Mathematics a foreign language?', addressing the question, Are Maths and English really so different?
During her stay Professor Ramagge caught up with Professor Helen Wildy, Dean of the Faculty of Education, to discuss this topic further.
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We are pleased that Professor Ramagge will return to Perth in August and November. She will be presenting seminars in Kalgoorlie, Bunbury and Perth, for both primary and secondary teachers.
Professor Ramagge is an engaging speaker who shares with her audiences her passion for learning Mathematics.
Jacqui Ramagge also was the key note speaker at the launch of the Year of Mathematics - Spotlight Forum in November 2010.
Professor Jacqui Ramagge ...
media.uow.edu.au, 26 June 2013 [cached]
Professor Jacqui Ramagge presented with her award from the inaugural ...
Benefit of early education adds up for maths award winner
The Head of UOW's School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics, Professor Jacqui Ramagge, who has developed two new subjects in mathematics and statistics for prospective primary teachers, has been honoured by the Australian Mathematics Trust.
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Professor Ramagge's early years were spent in a council flat in a 20-storey tower block in inner London. She was considered an average student in primary, though always in the top maths group.
She knows from personal experience the difference that a good teacher can make when, in the equivalent of Year 5, she had an amazing teacher under whose guidance her reading age improved by six years in just nine months. Professor Ramagge spent her high school years at Holland Park Comprehensive School, a multi-cultural comprehensive school of 1700 students who between them spoke 40 different languages at home. While the school did not participate in any of the Olympiad programs, the maths staff did teach Jacqui the basics of group theory and differential equations before she left high school.
She was the first in her family to have finished high school, let alone gone to university, so her choices were mostly driven by teacher advice. She did her undergraduate degree at Warwick University, which had, and still has, a very strong reputation in Mathematics.
Professor Ramagge stayed on at Warwick and did a PhD before emigrating to Australia in 1991. She began working as a tutor at UNSW while writing up her thesis and in 1992 won a different B.H. Neumann prize for the most outstanding student talk at the Australian Mathematical Society's meeting in Perth.
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In 2007, Professor Ramagge moved to the School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics at UOW. Her community service is now more focused on schools in the Illawarra, South Coast and South Sydney regions. She has worked closely with the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) since its inception and helped to produce and pilot the ICE-EM Mathematics textbooks in addition to directing the AMSI Summer School.
She has developed two new subjects in mathematics and statistics for prospective primary teachers which are now running very successfully and is an innovator in the use of new technology to improve the learning experience for remote students.
Professor Ramagge says she fully understands the importance of the early years of education and is prepared to put time into acting on that belief.
ARC College of Experts Members - Australian Research Council (ARC)
www.arc.gov.au, 27 Sept 2012 [cached]
Professor Jacqui Ramagge University of Wollongong
PROFESSOR JACQUI ...
imia.uow.edu.au, 15 April 2014 [cached]
PROFESSOR JACQUI RAMAGGE
Phone: +61 2 4221 3845 Email:ramagge@uow.edu.au
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