The MEI Conference is an annual 3-day event. The 2019 MEI Conference was held at Bath University on 27-29 June 2019. The event was kindly sponsored by our Headline Sponsor, Casio; our Silver Sponsor, Hodder Education; and our Bronze Sponsor, OCR.

- Inclusion – exclusion in mathematics: who stays in, who falls out, why it happens,and what we can do about it – Dr Eugenia Cheng
- Modelling evolution – Professor Alison Etheridge
- How I wish I’d taught maths: 18 months on – Craig Barton

- Making sense of the mechanics muddle – Avril Steele
- Teaching MEI A level Further Mathematics – Keith Proffitt
- Core Maths Using Excel to teach financial maths – Terry Dawson and Tom Carpenter
- The teacher with tape on their face – Toby Rome and Rachel Beddoes
- Tackling misconceptions in GCSE resit – Katharine Davies
- Using graphing technology for teaching Parametrics – Bernard Murphy
- Policy update and discussion on current maths education issues and MEI ‘s development work – Charlie Stripp
- GCSE (9-1) Mathematics assessments: What we can learn from candidate performance so far – Neil Ogden

- Using graphing technology for teaching statistical tests – Paul Chillingworth
- The maths behind rock climbing – Charlie Stripp and Tom Rainbow
- Starting off right: Core Maths in the first 4 weeks – Alwyn Whitaker
- Paper folding, origami & proof – Kevin Lord and Carol Knights
- Using mastery in Functional Skills and GCSE Mathematics resits – Martin Newton
- We need to talk about statistics – Neil Sheldon
- Famous maths problems from history- Phil Chaffe
Using a Lesson Study within a maths department to develop teaching & learning – Alexander Hartley

- Dice problems – Bernard Murphy
- Vectors, complex numbers & differential equations using the new Autograph – Douglas Butler
- Core Maths: Project style – Alwyn Whitaker
- Quadrilaterals from the inside out – Alexandra Hewitt
- Reformed Functional Skills Mathematics (for first teaching from Sept 2019): An intro to the new qualifications – Neil Ogden
- The rise of data science & what it means for schools & college – Vanessa Pittard
- Introduction to Integral – Catherine Berry and Richard Lissaman
- Using reasoning to embed & improve problem solving – Godfrey Almeida

- Experiences with teaching hands-on mathematical modelling – Alan Champneys
- Teaching topics for statistics in A level Further Mathematics – Paul Chillingworth
- Exploring the AMSP's support for Core Math – Terry Dawson
- Secondary Teaching for Mastery – Carol Knights
- Digital technology for GCSE re-sit – Katharine Davies and Martin Newton
- Raising Participation at A level:Paving the way into the unknown Natalie Vernon and Rachel Beddoes
- Connections between pure & applied maths – David Bedford
- Binary maths Christopher Rath

- Using Geogebra to support problem solving in AS/A Level Mathematics – Mohammed Basharrat
- The best & worst of university admissions tests – Phil Chaffe
- What are students of A level Business, Biology, Geography & Psychology expected to do with maths – Tom Rainbow
- Mathedramatics the sequel: Drama in the maths classroom – Toby Rome
- Percentages through the key stages – Catherine van Saarloos
- Using graphing technology for teaching regression – Simon May
- A level Mathematics assessment: What we can learn from the candidate performance so far – Steven Walker
- Make some maths: Hands on enrichment – Avril Steele

- How do you solve a problem like Maryam? Proof & problem solving at A level – Jo Sibley
- Using graphing technology for teaching calculus – Simon May
- Appealing to girls – Rachel Beddoes, Catherine Van Saarloos & Natalie Vernon
- Using concrete manipulatives in the classroom – Gemma Brittle and Elizabeth Bridgett
- Using multiple choice questions to assess mathematical application & thinking – Jane Buckle
- Making independent mathematicians – Elliot Henchy
- But do they understand? – Nikki Rohlfing
- What's the difference between a puzzle & a maths question? – Rob Eastaway

- Mechanics: A Review of the Principles – Jon Burr
- Further Pure with Technology – Tom Button
- A review of student performance in the OCR Core Maths assessment – Ruth Wroe
- Improving Year 6 to 7 transition – Alison Hopper
- Using graphing technology for teaching transformations – Tim Johnson
- Exams: Expecting the unexpected – Tim Honeywill
- Cutting up squares -Bernard Murphy

- Bitesize GeoGebra – Tom Button, Simon Clay and Avril Steele
- Graph Theory: Planarity and Kuratowski's theorem – Jeff Trim
- Core Maths: What's Core & Where's the Maths? – David McEwan
- Practising when that's not the point – Heather Davis
- Year 5 to 8 Continuity – Alison Hopper
- Supporting teachers through lesson observations – Mohammed Basharat & Alistair Bissell
- Statistical experiments for hypothesis testing in the classroom -John Brennan-Rhodes
Embedding NRICH tasks in the 11-19 maths curriculum – Alison Kiddle

- Using the GeoGebra graphing app for A level Mathematics – Tom Button
- First Order Recurrence Relations – Jeff Trim
- What is Core Maths? (Quiz) – Alistair Bissell
- A Feast of Maths – Cath Moore
- Visualising functions with mapping diagrams: From linear & quadratic to exponential & trigonometric – Martin Flashman
- The Sacred Geometry of Chance – Ben Sparks
- Using graphing technology in teaching mechanics– James Davis
- The maths of Dobble – Keith Proffitt

- Teaching MEI A level Mathematics – Keith Proffitt
- Second Order Recurrence Relations – Jeff Trim
- Some ideas with Excel for Core Maths – John MacInnes
- Visualizing calculus with mapping diagrams: Making sense of differentiation & integration – Martin Flashman
- We're teaching Pi wrong: here's why – Micky Bullock
- Let's Play with Lego – Evelyn Hardy
- Exploring maths resources at Key Stage 3 & 4 – Jo Morgan

- Six Concepts – Supporting GCSE 5/6 at A level – Jo Sibley
- Using graphing technology for teaching the binomial distribution – Gerard Dummett
- My first year teaching Core Maths: The good, the bad & the ugly – Dave Gale
- A Teaching for Mastery approach to quadratics – Charlie Stripp
- Some interesting results about polynomials – Martyn Parker
- GeoGebra for Beginners – Simon Clay
- Ideas for using the MEI data sets in the classroom – Paul Chillingworth
- The Remainder Theorem revisited – Jonny Griffiths

- Linking mechanics & pure maths – Simon Clay
- The Flipped Classroom Approach for A level: Theory & Practice – Dominic Oakes
- Introducing & Promoting Core Maths – Catherine van Saarloos
- Topsy-turvey maths teaching – Debbie Barker
- Squaring the Circle & Other Shapes – Kevin Lord
- Using GeoGebra in the statistics classroom – Paul Chillingworth
- Using graphing technology for teaching A level Further Mathematics – Tom Button
- Key Stage 5 coordinator development: Fun size taster – Jo Sibley

Did you take part in the Delegate Challenge? If you would like a copy of the question sheets you can find them on the link below.

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