The MEI Conference is an annual 3-day event. The 2016 MEI Conference took place between 30th June and 2nd July 2016. It was held at The University of Bath. Casio was the conference sponsor.

- An introduction to probability distributions- Terry Dawson
- Risk- Katharine Davies
- Henry Ernest Dudeney- John Westwell
- GeoGebra for beginners- Simon Clay
- Using graphing technology in GCSE Maths- Andy Cooper and Tim Cope
- Mathematising- Debbie Barker
- Integral resources- Richard Lissaman and Catherine Berry
- Transcendental Numbers- David Bedford

- Hypothesis Testing in the new Mathematics A level- Paul Chillingworth
- Percentages - Use and Abuse- Keith Proffitt
- Evariste Galois- Richard Lissaman
- Teaching sequences and series using graphing technology- Mohammed Basharat
- Core maths: a teacher's perspective- David Philip and Claire Phillips
- Geometry and Proof- Carol Knights
- What mathematics will you study post-16?-John Westwell, Andy Tharratt and Lisa Pollard (Maths Hubs Programme
- The top 10 ideas in Science- Michael Clugston

- Teaching Statistics in the new A level using graphing technology-Cath Moore
- Scams-Terry Dawson
- Pythagoras- Tom Button
- You have Geogebra, why keep Autograph?- Douglas Butler
- Statistical Modelling in Football- Alun Owen
- Key Stage 3/4 activities based on the work of female mathematicians- Claire Baldwin
- Teaching A level in Early Career- Cathy Smith
- Magical Maths- Ben Sparks

- Large Data sets in the new Mathematics A level- Stella Dudzic
- Fermi Estimates-Terry Dawson
- Ada Lovelace- Sue de Pomerai
- Further Pure with Technology- Richard Lissaman
- Exploring Graph Theory in the company of Schlegel, Euler and Plato- Jeff Trim
- Paperfolding and proof- Jane West
- Resources to encourage girls to study A level Maths- Claire Baldwin
- The mathematics of post codes- Martin Reed
- The new MEI A level in Further Mathematics- Keith Proffitt

- Preparing to teach motion graphs- Sharon Tripconey
- Resources and Investigations: Sampling Methods and Variation- Kate Richards
- William Rowan Hamilton- Chris Saker
- Using GeoGebra in Further Pure Maths- Tom Button
- Teaching calculus with graphing technology- Akpan Okono and Francis Chalmers
- New GCSE topics for resit teachers -Katharine Davies
- Teaching for Mastery in Secondary Mathematics- Charlie Stripp
- The new MEI A levels in Mathematics- Stella Dudzic and Keith Proffitt

- Preparing to teach projectiles- Kevin Lord
- Resources and Investigations: Correlation and Hypothesis Tests- Kate Richards
- Carl Friedrich Gauss- Phil Chaffe
- Using GeoGebra in A level Maths- Mohammed Basharat and Nick Thorpe
- MEI Core 3 Coursework- Heather Davis
- Grand Random Maths- Phil Gulliver
- Shanghai, Mastery and Imagination- Andy Tharratt
- Where is the M in STEM?- Garrod Musto

- Preparing to teach forces- Sue de Pomerai
- Resources and Investigations: The Normal Distribution and Probability Plots- Kate Richards
- Gerolamo Cardano- Bernard Murphy
- Problem solving approaches to A-level Core- Simon Clay and Mike Ollerton
- Resources to support active learning at A level - Stephen Lyon
- Using REAL Context in GCSE Lessons (examples from industry)- Terry Dawson, Lynsey Kyeremeh, Ann Cherry
- Visualising Formula Structures- Chris Roast
- Igniting the statistical spark in the social sciences- Rhys Jones

- Preparing to teach moments- Simon Clay
- Statistical and Financial Modelling- Keith Proffitt
- Rene Descartes- Kevin Lord
- Resources to support active learning at A level- Luciano Rila
- Teaching statistics (S2/S3) with graphing technology- Kelly Klus and James Davis
- Number recovery in Post-16 GCSE resit- Sue Hough and Steve Gough
- "Can you hear me at the back?"- Jeff Trim and Mohammed Basharat
- Pick a Card, Any Card- Rob Eastaway

- Get set for September 2017: problem solving in A level Mathematics- Stella Dudzic and Keith Proffitt
- Assessment in Core Maths- Terry Dawson
- Robert Recorde- Carol Knights
- Transformations in FP1- Sharon Tripconey
- Active Learning in A level Pure Maths- Jo Sibley
- The geometry of numbers- Debbie Barker
- The role of culture and society in mathematics education- Paul Chillingworth
- Lyness Cycles- Jonny Griffithss

- Get set for September 2017: Statistics- Nick Thorpe and Paul Chillingworth
- Teaching exponential growth and logarithmic scales in Core Maths- Katherine Davies
- Martin Gardner- Charlie Stripp
- Modelling population growth- Kevin Lord
- Cambridge Mathematics Education Project presents Underground Mathematics- Anna Baker and Paul Brown
- Game, Set, Maths- Cath Moore
- The wonders of A4- Jeremy Dawson
- RSA Cryptography- Micky Bullock

- Get set for September 2017: Mechanics and modelling- Simon Clay and Sharon Tripconey
- Using technology to support learning in Core Maths- Keith Proffitt
- Archimedes -David Holland
- Advanced use of GeoGebra in A level Maths- Nick Thorpe
- Teaching Further Pure using graphing technology- Tom Button and Sam Hoggard
- The art of choosing examples- Debbie Barker
- Alice: A simple effect size accumulator- Martyn Quigley
- Conway's Magic Theorem- Phil Chaffe

- Get set for 2017: Further Mathematics- Sue de Pomerai
- Schemes of work and resources for Core Maths- Katharine Davies
- Emilie du Chatelet- Jo Sibley
- Preparing Students for the MAT- Phil Chaffe
- Teaching parametric equations using graphing technology- Bernard Murphy
- Enriching the KS4 experience- Cath Moore
- Setting up A level Mathematics teaching in your school- Jeff Trim
- Undergraduate mathematics in the A level classroom- Chris Saker