Conference 2009

Please note that this is an archive of the handouts from the 2009 Conference.

The MEI Conference is an annual 3-day event. The 2009 MEI Conference took place at the University of Hertfordshire from Monday 29th June - Wednesday 1st July.

MEI Conference Handouts 2009

Interactive workshop: Prisoner's dilemma


Session A

  1. Core 3 Coursework - Val Hanrahan
  2. Teaching Topics: Projectiles in M1 - Stephen Lee
  3. Teaching Topics: Hypothesis testing in S1 - Stella Dudzic
  4. Ask the examiner: Decision - Sue de Pomerai
  5. Stretching Students: FP1 - Richard Lissaman
  6. An introduction to Geogebra - Bernard Murphy
  7. MEI's current work - Roger Porkess
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  9. Preparing for STEP Mathematics 1 and 2 - Peter Mitchell

Session B

  1. Core 4 Comprehension - Val Hanrahan
  2. Short, easy practicals for Mechanics lessons - Charlie Stripp
  3. Teaching Topics: Correlation in S2 - Stella Dudzic
  4. Teaching Topics: Simplex in D2 - Sue de Pomerai
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  6. NCETM - Barbara Linton
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  8. How will GCSE change for the new National Curriculum - Sue Hope
  9. Stretching Students: the Maltese experience - Cettina Gauci and Mario Micallef

Session C

  1. Ask the Examiner: Core 2 - David Rawkins
  2. Stretching Students: Mechanics in Further Mathematics - Stephen Lee
  3. Cot deaths and court cases - Roger Porkess
  4. Teaching ideas for D1 - Jeff trim
  5. Teaching Toics: Matrices in FP1 - Charlie Stripp
  6. An introduction to the new MEI online resources - Richard Lissaman and Sue de Pomerai
  7. QCA's work- Sue Pope
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  9. Learning Maths Outside the Classroom - Steve Humble

Session D

  1. Stretching Students: AS Core - Bernard Murphy
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  3. Ask the examiner: Statistics - Bob Francis
  4. An Introduction to D2 - Sue de Pomerai
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  6. a. New ways to add a sparkle to your A level teaching using ICT - Douglas Butler
    b. Effective use of ICT in Mechanics - Gerard McBreen and Stephen Lee
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  8. Introduction to Realistic Maths Education - Frank Eade
  9. Brush up on your number theory - Oscar Gregan

Session E

  1. Teaching Topics: Core 4 Trigonometry - Stella Dudzic
  2. Ask the Examiner: Mechanics - David Holland
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  5. M3: Oscillations - Pat Bryden
  6. Effective use of ICT in your Statistics teaching - Sydney Tyrrell
  7. FAM - Michael Ling
  8. Teaching Year 10 Foundation Tier students using Realistic Maths Education - Frank Eade
  9. Maths in Work - Steve Humble

Session F

  1. Ask the Examiner: Core 4 - Martin Ayers
  2. Teaching Topics: Work, Energy and Power in M2 - David Holland
  3. Statistics for non-mathematicians and AS Statistics - Sidney Tyrrell and Roger Porkess
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  6. a. To CAS or not to CAS: Comparing TI-Nspire adn TI-Nspire CAS software - Jenny Orton
    b. My favourite topics in Autograph - Douglas Butler
  7. MMG - The Legacy 2 Academic Years On - Makhan Singh
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  9. Proof by colouring: a masterclass - Bernard Murphy

Session G

  1. Stretching Students: A2 Core - Bernard Murphy
  2. An overview of M1 and M2 - Stephen Lee and David Holland
  3. Stretching Students: S1 - Jonny Griffiths
  4. Applications of Decision Maths in the workplace - Keith Parramore
  5. Ask the examiner: FP1 - Charlie Stripp
  6. Graphics calculators(TI-nspire) - Bob Francis
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  8. How can teachers motivate and enthuse able mathematicians at KS4? - Rod Bond

Session H

  1. Proof - Bernard Murphy and Charlie Stripp
  2. Mechanics at the Further/Higher Education interface - Mike Savage
  3. Bringing Significance to the classroom - RSS
  4. Stretching Students: Behind the algorithms in D1 - Keith Parramore
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  6. Introduction to the new MEI online resources - Richard Lissaman and Sue de Pomerai
  7. The I in MEI - Richard Browne
  8. Teaching more able students - Stella Dudzic
  9. Preparing for STEP Mathematics 2 and 3 - Peter Mitchell

Session H

  1. Marking coursework - Michael Ling
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  3. Bringing Significance to the classroom - RSS
  4. An introduction to the DC module - Keith Parramore
  5. Teaching Topics: Calculus and Maclaurin Series in FP2 - Richard Lissaman
  6. Integrating ICT into Mathematics at KS4 & 5 - Charlie Stripp
  7. The Maths Alumni Project - Show your Working - Makhan Singh
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  9. RISPS - Rich Starting Points for A Level Pure Mathematics - Jonny Griffiths