Conference 2014

The MEI Conference is an annual 3-day event. The 2014 MEI Conference took place between 26th and 28th June 2014. It was held at Keele University. Casio was the conference sponsor.

MEI Conference 2014 Handouts

Session A

  1. How rare are co-prime pairs? - Bernard Murphy
  2. An Introduction to AQA Level 2 Further Maths - Jo Sibley
  3. Misconceptions in Mechanics - Sharon Tripconey
  4. Understanding the benefits of Graphing Technology - an introduction - Liz Berriman
  5. Phantom graphs for complex roots of equations - Catherine Berry
  6. QM D1 Graphs and Networks - Jeff Trim
  7. MEI's current work - Charlie Stripp

Session B

  1. Making connections between A level Maths and the maths in STEM degrees - Kevin Lord
  2. Using GeoGebra in A level Core - Tom Button
  3. Using Graphing Technology to Build Your Students’ Confidence in A Level Maths - Shoyeb Memon
  4. Introduction to Critical Path Analysis - Sue de Pomerai
  5. Introducing problem solving into the KS4 classroom - Phil Chaffe
  6. Experiences of lesson study - Terry Dawson
  7. Problem Solving and STEP - Martin Bamber & Abi Bown

Session C

  1. Algebra with cards and paper - Kevin Lord
  2. Ideas for using Graphing Technology in AS Core Mathematics - Stephen Kean
  3. Data Handling Activities for KS4 and KS5 - Kate Richards
  4. Introduction to Algorithms and Simulation - Sue de Pomerai
  5. Teaching Maths by coding games - Richard Lissaman
  6. Pick'n'Mix Maths - Tim Honeywill
  7. Cambridge Mathematics Education Project (CMEP) - Dr Julian Gilbey

Session D

  1. Tips for teaching APs and GPs - Bernard Murphy
  2. "The proof of the pudding..." (part 1) - Mike Ollerton
  3. Conic sections by paper folding and GeoGebra - Tom Button
  4. Short easy practicals for Mechanics - Sue de Pomerai
  5. QM D1 Linear Programming - Jeff Trim
  6. Mathematics in popular culture - Richard Lissaman
  7. The Integral resources - Catherine Berry

Session E

  1. e - Bernard Murphy
  2. Autograph on a tablet - Douglas Butler
  3. IQM: Modelling and estimation - Stella Dudzic
  4. Equipment to make and use in the mathematics classroom - Debbie Barker
  5. Making Statistics Vital: helpful activities for S1 and S2 - Jonny Griffiths
  6. Implementing a Flipped Maths Classroom - David Philip & Claire Phillips
  7. Ideas for using Graphing Technology in A2 Core Mathematics - Stephen Kean

Session F

  1. Press [F9] - Neil Sheldon
  2. "The proof of the pudding..." (part 2) - Mike Ollerton
  3. GeoGebra for Beginners - Simon Clay
  4. IQM: Probability and risk - Stella Dudzic
  5. i - Charlie Stripp
  6. Using Graphing Technology in Statistics - Gill Buque
  7. Surprising Sequences - John Cooper
  8. Real Life Maths: How the O.R. society can support teachers and students of Decision Maths - Louise Orpin

Session G

  1. What's new and exciting on the web for mathematics teaching - Douglas Butler
  2. "I've done NM so what comes next?" - Neil Sheldon
  3. Longer Practicals in Mechanics - Simon Clay
  4. IQM: Financial problem solving - Stella Dudzic
  5. p - Tomi Owens
  6. Planning for an outstanding mathematics lesson - Clare Parsons & Alison Johns

Session H

  1. Starting to teach A level Mathematics - Simon Clay
  2. IQM: Statistical problem solving - Stella Dudzic
  3. eip - David Bedford
  4. Data in industry and the software that I use - Dr Brad Payne
  5. [email protected] - Carol Knights
  6. Maths Hubs - John Westwell

Session I

  1. Maths in Work Resources - Janice Richards & Katharine Davies
  2. Assessment for Learning with examples from GCSE and A level - Debbie Barker & Simon Clay
  3. Further Pure with Technology - Tom Button & Richard Lissaman
  4. QM S1 Probability - Clare Parsons
  5. Drawing and using diagrams in mechanics - David Holland
  6. The NCETM KS3 Multiplicative Reasoning Project - Rob Tait

Session J

  1. Ideas for enriching / extending topics from Further Pure Mathematics - Chris Saker
  2. QM S1 Variation & Discrete Random Variables - Clare Parsons
  3. Carom: running an extra-curricular A Level Maths group - Jonny Griffiths
  4. Preparing for the new National Curriculum at KS3&4 - Carol Knights & Debbie Barker
  5. Neriage: a problem solving approach to learning - Terry Dawson
  6. Exploring Graph Theory in the company of Schlegel, Euler and Plato - Jeff Trim

Session K

  1. Functional Skills - Katharine Davies
  2. Introducing Further Maths in your school or college - Sharon Tripconey
  3. QM S1 Binomial Distribution - Clare Parsons
  4. Organising solutions, 'shows' and proofs in mechanics - David Holland
  5. Using Graphing Technology in Further Pure - Tom Button
  6. The pros and cons of using contexts in the teaching of mathematics - Sue Hough & Steve Gough
  7. Critical Maths - Terry Dawson

Session L

  1. Practical Mechanics using Dynakar - Kevin Lord & Sharon Tripconey
  2. Using problem solving to develop mathematical thinking in post GCSE students - Phil Chaffe
  3. Active learning in FP1 - Alexandra Hewitt
  4. QM S1 Hypothesis Testing - Clare Parsons
  5. Embedding employability skills in teaching maths - Janice Richards
  6. Rich starting points at GCSE - Carol Knights
  7. Recent reports into mathematics education - Stephen Lee