Mathematics is embedded into every element of our daily lives – it is omnipresent and essential to our world but understanding its language and processes can sometimes be tricky.
A team of fun and creative mathematicians are here to help! This colourful stage show will take students on a fun and exciting journey of mind-blowing numerical puzzles and games using problem solving and logic to convert any mathematical sceptic into a math lover. Don’t miss out!
This event is recommended for school students in Years 4-6.
This program addresses key curriculum, including General Capabilities: Numeracy.
Chris Ferrie is an Associate Professor at the University of Technology Sydney and the Centre for Quantum Software and Information. His research interests include quantum learning and control. He obtained...View Profile
Melissa Fanshawe is a mathematics lecturer in the School of Education at University of Southern Queensland. She has over twenty years’ experience within Queensland schools as a teacher, advisory teacher,...View Profile
Karlie Alinta Noon is a Gamilaraay astronomer and science communicator working with audiences around the country for the past ten years promoting Indigenous astronomical knowledge systems and advocating for more...View Profile
To book, complete the QTIX School Group Booking Request form.
If you have any questions, please phone a QTIX Groups Bookings Officer on (07) 3840 7466.
Please note the student to adult ratio – please see our Information for Schools page for details.
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$10 per student
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