Dr Majeda Awawdeh

Speaking Topics

Domestic Violence

The Power of Education

How to inspire children to love Mathematics

How to teach Mathematics for understanding (teachers)

Upcoming Conferences

In September 2020, join us at Lessons from Lockdown, a series of presentations focused on what we have learnt as a broader community. This virtual conference offers academics, policy makers, health workers, educators, parents, carers, and community members a chance to connect and to engage with a wide range of narratives on the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic as we ask: What have we learnt about our systems, and how has the pandemic changed us?

My recent Podcasts

Education Review interviews Dr Majeda Awawdeh about the importance of maths. In this podcast Dr Majeda talks about some of the causes of Australian students’ slide in maths across the years and considers addressing the problem as a national priority.

Listen to Dr Majeda Awawdeh’s chat with Teacher Chatter and learn why Dr Majeda is the inspirational education leader that she is. You will come away feeling empowered and better for it!


Dr Majeda’s Acceptance Speech

Dr Majeda Awawdeh’s acceptance speech at the Australian Small Business Champion Awards – 2017

Dr Majeda’s interview with 2MCR

Interview initially aired on Sunday 9 August 2020 on ‘People Talk’, The Sounds of Macarthur 100.3FM.

GEA 5 C’s Method 

The 5 C’s Method, used to unlock your child’s full potential.

Dr Majeda’s Story on SBS Radio

Dr Majeda Awawdeh defines survival. Enduring a marriage where domestic violence was a common occurrence, she survived and eventually prospered. She tells SBS Arabic24 that education is the key, especially for women.


In the book “Who Cares About Math’s, Anyway?” Dr Majeda addresses the top issues with Australia’s current education system in her honest, analytical overview. Over the course of the book, teachers, students and parents are given the opportunity to explore the deep-seated problems of their current school system, including a lack of teacher training and development, one-size-fits-all curricula and unfocused government funding.