The MEI Conference is an annual 3-day event. The 2018 MEI Conference was held at Keele Unversity on 28-30 June 2018. Casio was the conference sponsor, OCR the Gold Sponsor and Hodder Education the Silver Sponsor.

Recording of the launch of the new 'Advanced Mathematics Support Programme - Charlie Stripp

The new 'Advanced Mathematics Support Programme PowerPoint presentation - Charlie Stripp

Differential equations in A level Further Mathematics - Sharon Tripconey

The three Rs of Statistics - Neil Sheldon

AMSP Supporting Core Maths - Terry Dawson

Hands on enrichment (Skewer Hyperboloids) - Claire Baldwin

Y7/10 mentoring - Alison Hopper

Using graphing technology for teaching the large data set - Gerard Dummett

Discussing maths in UCAS references and personal statements - Toby Rome

Share your experiences of teaching the new A levels with MEI - Charlie Stripp

Deepening understanding in A level Mathematics through number - Bernard Murphy

Extra Pure - Keith Proffitt

Core Maths and the art of estimation - Tom Rainbow and Jo Denton

Developing calculation across Years 5-8 - Alison Hopper

Using graphing technology for teaching GCSE Mathematics - Jo Randhawa and Kelly Klus

Mathematical modelling in the wild - Alan Champneys

Preparation for Oxbridge and other elite university applications - Rachel Sharkey

Mathematical problem solving and austistic spectrum disorder (ASD) - Max Goulding

The MEI A levels - reflecting on year 1 and looking ahead to year 2 - Keith Proffitt

Mechanics in A level Further Mathematics - Sue de Pomerai and Tom Button

Delivering OCR's Core Maths - A teacher's perspective - Paul Matuszewskyj and Ruth Wroe

The well-tempered mathematician (a maths teacher's Bach is nicer than her byte) - Alexandra Hewitt

Year 5-8 continuity - Alison Hopper

Underground Mathematics: Thinking deeply about connections and big ideas in post-16 maths - Tabitha Gould

Teaching for Mastery at secondary - Carol Knights

Student tasks for integrating technology in A level Mathematics - Tom Button

Using R to enhance statistics lessons - Darren Macey

Getting started with Core Maths - Mick Blaylock

New perspectives on teaching constructions - Debbie Barker

Challenging topics at GCSE - Carol Knights and Lisa Pollard

What categories reveal about problem solving - Alistair Bissell

Odd and interesting sequences – Sue de Pomerai

Teaching graphs without the graft – John Rhodes

Embedding OT1 (argument, language and proof) in A level – Keith Proffitt

A level Mechanics: Variable acceleration – Sharon Tripconey

Bitesize GeoGebra – Tom Button, Simon Clay, Ben Sparks and Avril Steele

Reasoning in the KS3 and KS4 classroom – Cath Moore

Using graphing technology for teaching numerical methods – Simon May

Integral resources for AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics – Richard Lissaman and Catherine Berry

Maths in Biology and Psychology – Stella Dudzic

Bringing research into the maths classroom – Stephen Lee

Vector geometry in Further Mathematics – Catherine Berry

Lessons to learn from student performance in GCSE (9-1) Mathematics assessment – Neil Ogden

Supporting teachers through lesson observations – Mohammed Basharat and Alistair Bissell

Mathematics and progression to Higher Education – Chris Saker and Claire Baldwin

Problem solving across the school – Andrew Barry

A level Mechanics: Moments – Toby Rome

Using graphing technology for teaching algebra and functions – Raluca Sandu

Innovation and problem solving through failure – Rob Eastaway

A level mechanics: Projectiles – Kevin Lord

Pythagoras and the Napkin Ring – Colin Wright

Let's play with LEGO

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Using graphing technology for teaching Further Mathematics – Tom Button

Modelling and hypothesis testing with the Normal distribution – Stella Dudzic

Prioritising students engagement through and in mathematical reasoning at A level – Nicola Bretscher

A slippery situation: using maths to research Antarctic ice - Sammie Buzzard

Using GeoGebra to support problem solving in A level Mathematics – Mohammed Basharat

Using the MEI large data sets – Paul Chillingworth

Mathedramatics: Drama in the maths classroom – Toby Rome

Problem solving in the KS3 and KS4 classroom – Cath Moore

Using graphing technology for teaching mechanics – Keith Sutton

Putting Autograph 4 to work – Douglas Butler

Stoke-on-Trent MEP - working collaboratively to improve maths provision in Stoke – Simon Bullock

The art of real world mathematical modelling – Dr Nira Chamberlain

Supporting GCSE grade 5/6 students at A level – Charlie Stripp

Mechanics: Developing a scheme of work – Simon Clay

Supporting Core Maths – Stephen Lyon and Colin Prestwich

MEI's work on the Stoke-on-Trent Mathematics Excellence Partnership – Katharine Davies and Terry Dawson

Planning for teaching mixed-attainment classes at KS3 and KS4:session 1 of 3 – Mike Ollerton

How to share a secret - an introduction to cryptography – David Bedford

Using graphing technology for teaching the binomial distribution – Gerard Dummett

Being a member of a professional organisation – Stephen Lee

A level Active! for Further Mathematics – Jo Sibley

A level Mechanics: Forces – Sue de Pomerai

Derangements! – Micky Bullock

Ideas and resources to support active learning at A level – Steve Lyon

Rich tasks for A level Further Mathematics – Jonny Griffiths

Problem solving in Core Maths – Colin Prestwich

Planning for teaching mixed-attainment classes at KS3 and KS4: session 2 of 3 – Mike Ollerton

Mathematics policy and student learning in post-16 education – Diane Dalby and Andrew Noyes

Problem solving at A level – Chris Saker

Top 5 Discrete Maths activities – Jeff Trim

Introducing Core Maths ideas at GCSE – Terry Dawson

Using graphing technology for teaching statistics - Nicki Studman

Planning for teaching mixed-attainment classes at KS3 and KS4:session 3 of 3 - Mike Ollerton

Talk in maths - Andrea Pitt and Jenni Ingram

Mathematical exploration from folding paper - Sue Pope

Key Stage 5 Coordinators' development - fun-size taster – Jo Sibley

Further Pure with Technology – Tom Button

Teaching topics in A level Further Mathematics Statistics – Paul Chillingworth

Statistical thinking in Core Maths - Stella Dudzic

Contextualising maths (EEF project) – Katharine Davies and Terry Dawson

Fractals – Kevin Lord

Using graphing technology for teaching calculus – Bernard Murphy

Maths app workshop – Richard Lissaman