About Us

In 2017, we started facilitating our Simply Maths Professional Development sessions in Melbourne. Since then, almost every session we run is at capacity. We continue to receive glowing reviews from participants.
We design our PD days to make strong connections between the latest Mathematics Education research and classroom practice.
We believe the best approach to improving our pedagogy is taking a whole school approach.
Our PD days are appropriate for F-6 teachers and we ensure that every idea, game and resource we present has been trialled in a school setting-so we know they work!
We take great pride in ensuring our sessions are practical and engaging. Participants leave our sessions enthusiastic, and have a multitude of ideas and resources to use immediately when they return to their classroom and school.  
We are extremely passionate about improving the quality of Mathematics Education in schools and love to share our ideas with teachers and school leaders across Victoria and beyond!

-Dr Ange and Dr Bern

Dr Ange Rogers

Ange is an experienced primary school teacher who is passionate about teaching Mathematics. In 2014 she completed her PhD in Mathematics Education at RMIT University. Her research looked at the teaching and learning of whole number place value in Years 2-6. Ange loves to work with teachers and schools to improve their mathematics teaching and has worked as a Numeracy Consultant for the Catholic Education Office Melbourne. In 2017 she took up a part-time role as a lecturer in the School of Education at RMIT. She greatly enjoys working with the pre-service teachers to develop their knowledge and passion for teaching Mathematics. Ange also runs a mentoring program for Numeracy teachers and leaders called the Numeracy Teachers Academy.

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Dr Bern Long

Bern is an experienced primary school teacher who has been working as a Mathematics Leader for the past 10 years. In 2017 she completed her PhD in Mathematics Education at Monash University working under Professor Peter Sullivan. Her research looked at the teaching and learning of mental computation, growth mindset, metacognitive strategies and problem solving using an inquiry approach. Using these components Bern designed and implemented a successful intervention program for Years 3 to 6 called “Prepare 2 Learn”. She has also worked as a Numeracy Consultant and Coach for the Catholic Education Office. She is currently the Mathematics Leader at Glowery Primary School in Wollert. Bern greatly enjoys working with teachers and students to inspire a love of Mathematics.

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