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Place         Willetton, Western Australia

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Mathematics & Statistic Tutor Perth - SPSS Help   

So this page is all about me, a AnnesmallMathematics & Statistics Tutor in Perth and what I have achieved for the last few years.  I have four children, and two dogs, (sorry the other animals have crossed over).

My children do not all love Mathematics and Statistics but just want the answer without any explanation just like everyone else. My experience as a Mathematics & Statistics Tutor in Perth stands as a proof of how anyone can improve the understanding without too much pain.

I am tiny in height but huge with enthusiasm for Mathematics & Statistics. I don’t take myself too seriously so I jump around the classroom to get my student’s attention and now you can share in my antics, wherever you are in the world, through the little videos 

The aim is to get all of you through your tests or examinations as painlessly as possible

Teaching/Research Interests

  • Development of techniques and courses to make the learning and understanding of mathematics and statistics more enjoyable for students
  • Developing new ideas and explanations for the different concepts in statistics and mathematics
  • Research into the reasons why people have a mental barrier to understanding mathematics and statistics

Educational Qualifications

Warwick University 1983

Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Mathematics and Science

Brookes University, Oxford 1981

Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Mathematical and Computer Studies/ Physical Sciences

Professional Employment

Curtin University WA                      1988- Present

Lecturer and tutor in first year and second year statistics and mathematics courses
Tutor in foundation bridging course for mathematics
Designed basic statistics first year unit for Occupational Therapy School
Lecturer for the statistics component in Biomedical Sciences Honours Course and Medical Imaging
Statistical Consultant for honours and PhD students in the Biomedical Sciences School

Statistica                 2000-Present

Founder and Director of Statistica,  a business that specialises in private tutorials in statistics and mathematics for high school and university students with a variety of backgrounds from business to medical courses. Design and delivery of personalised statistical courses for individuals and companies.

Royal Perth Hospital WA           2000

Designed a series of statistics lectures for the researchers in various Departments including biochemistry, haematology and immunology

 Murdoch University WA             1992

Tutor in basic first year courses in Mathematics and Statistics for one semester

Private Tutorials Educational Consultants UK           1983-1987 

Specialist Tutor in Mathematics, Statistics, and Chemistry of students aged between 11-18 years 

Conferences and Papers

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2013)  ”Do highly mathematics-anxious students fear mathematics or the thought of attempting a mathematics question? “ Lighthouse Delta 2013: The Ninth Southern Hemisphere Conference on Teaching and Learning Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics, Kiama Australia 24 Nov - 29 Nov 2013

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2012). “When Mathematics Meets the Media, Turns Into the Talk of the Town Lights, Camera, Action, Game Show Time!” Fifth Annual Edition of International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation Madrid Spain 15 - 17 November, 2012.

D’Arcy-Warmington, A. (2012) “We teach our students Calculus, our students study Calculus but what is the lasting memory of Calculus for our students?” 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Seoul, South Korea, July 8 - 15, 2012 

D’Arcy-Warmington, A. (2012) “More talk in mathematics service units by students rather than the lecturer?”, Thirty-Fifth Annual Conference Mathematics Education and Research Group of Australasia, Singapore, July 2 - 6, 2012

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2011). “Investigating the Myths Surrounding Mathematics Learning: Seeing Mathematics in a New Light” The 18th International Conference on Learning. Mauritius 5 - 8 July 2011.

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2010). “The mathematics’ education challenge is two-fold, the teacher’s challenge to make it real, relevant and riveting against the students’ challenge of preconceptions, misconceptions and no perception.” Third Annual Edition of International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation Madrid Spain 15 - 17 November, 2010.

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2010). “The Maths challenge of the Masses” Faculty of Science & Engineering Teaching and Learning Expo 2010.  Curtin University of Technology Western Australia 14 April 2010

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2009). “Inside the minds of students with affairs of Mathematics, What do they think?” Southern Right Delta:09, Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics, Cape Town South Africa 29 Nov - 4 Dec 2009

 D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2009). “1001 ways to make people love mathematics. Fingers crossed” Southern Right Delta:09, Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics, Cape Town South Africa 29 Nov - 4 Dec 2009

D’Arcy-Warmington, A. (2008) “Look Who’s Talking- Incorporating oral presentations into mathematics”, 11th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Monterrey, Mexico, July 6 - 13, 2008

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2007). “Life is just too complex: let’s entwine mathematics learning with complexity theory!”.  Calafate Delta' 07, The sixth Southern Hemisphere Conference on Mathematics and Statistics Teaching and Learning, World Heritage Los Glaciares National Park Santa Cruz, Argentina, 26-30 November 2007.

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2006). “Stand and Deliver: a complex interaction to mathematical learning”.  The Third International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics, Istanbul, Turkey, 30 June - 5 July 2006.

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2005). “Recreating first mathematical impressions into lasting mathematical impressions”.  Kingfisher Delta:05, The fifth Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics Teaching and Learning, World Heritage Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia, 22-26 November 2005.

D’Arcy-Warmington A.(2004) “Combining old teaching methods and new technology to create happier students. CAITA-2004 Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA July 8-11, 2004.

D’Arcy-Warmington A.(2004) “Learning To Make Happy Mathematical Memories” 10th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Copenhagen Denmark July 4-11 2004

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2003) “Seriously Teaching Mathematics Is Not Teaching Seriously… For All Those Serious University Students” Cross Section The proceedings of MAWA State Conference. Bunbury WA August 15-17 2003.

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2003). “Seriously Teaching Mathematics Is Not Teaching Seriously… For All Those Serious University Students”.  Remarkable Delta:03, Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching, Queenstown, New Zealand, 23-27 November 2003.

D’Arcy-Warmington A. (2003) “Seriously Teaching Mathematics Is Not Teaching Seriously… For All Those Serious University Students” MAWA State Conference Bunbury WA  August 15-17 2003. 

 

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