Ontario Association for Mathematics Education

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The Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (OAME) is a professional organization of math teachers across the province. It hosts the annual Ontario Mathematics Olympiad.


The OAME has 15 regional chapters:

  • Credit Humber Association for Mathematics Promotion
  • Carleton-Ottawa Mathematics Association
  • Golden Section Math Association
  • Grand Valley Mathematics Association
  • Independent Schools of Ontario Mathematics Association
  • Mathematics Association for Cottage Country
  • Northern Ontario Mathematics Association
  • Northwestern Ontario Association for Mathematics Education
  • Pine Ridge Math Association
  • Quinte St. Lawrence Mathematics Association
  • Scarborough Association for Mathematics Education
  • South Western Ontario Association for Mathematics Education
  • Toronto Educators Association for Mathematics
  • Western Ontario Mathematics Association
  • York Mathematics Association[1]


OAME hosts an annual conference and workshop for elementary school teachers. It was most recently held in Kingston, from May 10–12, 2012.[2] This year, the conference (called Think Big) will be held in Toronto, at Seneca College, Newnham Campus. This is also the 40th conference held by OAME.[3]

Ontario Mathematics Olympiad[edit]

The Ontario Mathematics Olympiad (OMO) is an annual mathematics competition for Grade 7s and 8s across Ontario, hosted by the Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (OAME).

Past competitions[edit]

A table of previous competitions and their winners:[4]

Year Location Date
2013 TBD Jun 07 to Jun 08
2012 St. Clair College, Windsor Jun 08 to Jun 09
2011 University of Toronto, Toronto Jun 03 to Jun 04
2010 Ontario Educational Leadership Centre, Ramara township (just east of Orillia) May 28 to May 30
2009 Trent University, Peterborough May 29 to May 30
2008 Trent University, Peterborough May 30 to May 31
2007 University of Ottawa, Ottawa Jun 01 to Jun 02


  1. ^ Clarke, Greg. "Chapters Directory". 
  2. ^ Quadrini, Connie. "OAME 2012". OAME. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "OAME 2013". OAME. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  4. ^ Greg Clarke. "OAME". 

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