We are excited to be returning as Headline Sponsor for MEI Conference 2021.
To celebrate, we're giving you a chance to win 1 of 10 fx-CG50 graphic calculators. Don't miss out on your chance!
Did you know that your maths lessons can now be made that little bit easier for you and your students?
Casio calculator emulators operate and look exactly like the calculator that you're used to, but the emulator runs on your computer. Using Casio calculator emulators, teachers can share their screen with students, helping to teach lessons in the classroom and remotely.Find out more
We will be hosting four online sessions and are looking forward to you joining us. As we're focusing on the learning and alternative approaches to each topic, you won’t need to know the calculator or follow along with your own.
Casio Education aim to support all UK schools and their teaching of mathematics.
Casio’s long history started in calculators with the launch of the Casio 14-A calculator in 1957, a revolutionary new device using 342 electric relays that solved addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems up to 14 digits.
In 1985, Casio developed the fx-7000G, the first scientific calculator to incorporate graphic function. The fx-7000G offered 82 scientific function and held 422 bytes of programming memory. Today Casio fx-CG50 colour graphic calculator offers over 2,900 functions and 61,000 bytes of programming memory.