The MEI Conference is an annual 3-day event. The 2017 MEI Conference took place between 29th June and 1st July 20176. It was held at Keele University. Casio was the conference sponsor.
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Disfunctioning with Functions - Professor Anne Watson
Welcome Plenary - Charlie Stripp
Ask about the MEI A levels - Keith Profitt
Problem solving at A level - Jo Sibley
Statistics: Introducing large data sets - Cath Moore
The Stoke GCSE Resit project - Katharine Davies and Terry Dawson
Establishing mathematics reasoning at KS3 in your department - Rob Tait
Pascal- Charlie Stripp
The fundamentals of discrete mathematics - Claire Baldwin
Geometrical gems - Rachael Horsman
MEI Extra Pure: Groups - Claire Baldwin
Fun with proof at A level - Jo Sibley
Statistics: introducing the binomial distribution using graphing technology - Nick Thorpe
Developing problem solving and proportional reasoning in GCSE resit - Sue Hough and Steve Gough
Thinking mathematically and developing mathematical behaviours - Jessica Paul
Irrational numbers - Peter Mitchell
Engaging students through and in mathematical reasoning at A level - Dr Nicola Bretscher
Mathematical comprehension in the OCR (MEI) A level - Bernard Murphy
Underground Mathematics: developing deep mathematical understanding - Tabitha Gould
Statistics: Introducing the Normal distribution using graphing technology - Nick Thorpe
From the horse's mouth: forced GCSE maths resits in FE colleges – students' voices - Anna Bellamy
KS4 extension and enrichment - Carol Knights
Probability lessons from history - Stella Dudzic
Putting Autograph 4 to work - Douglas Butler
The dot problem - Jonny Griffiths
Modelling and problem solving in MEI Mathematics - Richard Lissaman
Using graphical calculators in the new A level Mathematics - Tom Button and Simon May
Statistics: Introducing hypothesis testing - Cath Moore
Use of context in GCSE resit - Katharine Davies
New GCSE – A guide for A level teachers - Carol Knights
The history of quadratics - John Westwell
Shanghai Maths – Charlie Stripp
Integration by prats! – David Bedford and Richard Stakes
MEI Extra Pure: recurrence relations – Dr Chris Saker
Teaching Further Pure using graphing technology – Fran Clarke and Penny Plows
Mechanics: motion graphs – Simon Clay
Critical Maths – Terry Dawson
Maths Feast – Cath Moore
The history of logarithms – Tom Button
Integral resources for 2017 – Dr Richard Lissaman and Catherine Berry
PISA – Charlie Stripp
Mechanics: a close look at two MEI Further Mathematics topics – Avril Steele
Student tasks for Integrating technology into the new maths A levels – Tom Button
Mechanics: constant and variable acceleration – Mohammed Basharat
Core Maths early adopters – what we think now – David Philip and Claire Phillips
Geometry and the imagination – Frances Watson
The history of algorithms – Sue de Pomerai
Specialist leaders of maths in Stoke-on-Trent and the Maths Excellence Partnership – Natalie Godwin and Rhiannon Bedford
G.H. Hardy – Dr Chris Saker
MEI Extra Pure: multivariable calculus – Claire Baldwin
Teaching numerical methods using graphing technology – Jo Sibley
Mechanics: introduction to forces 1 – Sharon Tripconey
An introduction to Quantitative Reasoning – Katharine Davies
Using provocative questions to reason our way to GCSE – Alan Easterbrook
Japanese template geometry – Tomi Owens
Harmonic subseries – Bernard Murphy
Making mathematical braids – Matthew Scroggs
Using technology to investigate differential equations (FPT & more) – Tom Button
Mathematical modelling in the wild – Professor R. Eddie Wilson
Mechanics: introduction to forces 2 – Sharon Tripconey
Statistical problem solving – Katharine Davies and Terry Dawson
Approaches for mastery teaching at KS3&4 – Debbie Barker
The number complex – Ben Sparks
Teaching calculus in the new A level with graphing technology – Jo Randhawa and Kelly Klus
"Can you hear me at the back?" – Jeff Trim and Mohammed Basharat
Statistics: teaching statistics with the MEI large data set – Paul Chillingworth
Using GeoGebra to support problem solving in the A level Mathematics – Simon Clay
Supporting transition from KS2 to KS3 – Alison Hopper
Arithmetricks – Rob Eastaway
Mechanics: modelling in mechanics – Jeff Trim
Social networks – Sue de Pomerai
Soap bubbles, crochet and other hands-on enrichment – Avril Steele
What mathematics education research have you come across lately? – Dr Stephen Lee
Ideas for teaching matrices, transformations and vectors – Dr Chris Saker
The three Rs of statistics: randomisation, replication and re-sampling – Neil Sheldon
Teaching for mastery at primary and its implications for secondary mathematics – Debbie Morgan
Talk in mathematics – Andrea Pitt and Jenni Ingram
Teaching algebra and functions in the new A level with graphing technology – Sam Hoggard and Tim Johnson
Necessary and/or sufficient – Dr Colin Wright
Ideas and resources to support active learning at A level – Stephen Lyon
Statistics in MEI Further Mathematics – Stella Dudzic
Mechanics: ideas for teaching friction – Sue de Pomerai
GCSE investigations from yesteryear – Kevin Lord
Reflections from Charles Dodgson – Jeff Trim
Encouraging KS5 students to write mathematically – Dr Tom Bennison
Islamic geometric patterns – Nikki Rohlfing
Teaching parametric equations using graphing technology – Bernard Murphy
The words you hadn't thought to teach – Julia Treen
Modelling and problem solving in the MEI A level (Part II – modelling with algorithms) – Keith Profitt
Teaching statistics using graphing technology – Paul Chillingworth
Teaching problem solving with puzzle games – Debbie Barker
The history of vectors – Avril Steele
The mathematics in the development of the computer – Dr Richard Lissaman
Squaring the circle and other shapes – Kevin Lord
MEI as a creator of maths resources – the IET project – Dr Stephen Lee