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The conference for all 11-19 mathematics teachers

28 - 30 June 2018

Keele University

Sessions

At a session

The conference timetable includes four group sessions each day, with eight options for each session – a total of 96 options to choose from over the course of the conference. The options have been carefully selected to provide a varied and interesting range. Whether you are interested in Key Stage 2-3 transition, problem solving, GCSE resit, Core Maths or the new A levels, we are sure you will find lots of sessions that appeal to you.

Choosing your sessions

From early April you will be able login to the delegate area to make your session selection. You will receive further information about this after you have registered. Places are limited and we recommend you choose your sessions in good time to avoid disappointment. Online session selection closes at 10pm, Sunday 10 June.

Sign-up sheets will also be posted in the conference foyer on the day of the session. Remaining places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis; priority is given to those who signed up in advance of the event.

We will do our best to keep to the programme, however, there may be some changes due to circumstances beyond our control. This rarely happens, and if it does then we will let you know so that you can change your selection.

You can view the sessions available by time, interest area or title, using the links or search bar below.

At a session

View sessions by time/date

View sessions by interest area

Draft conference programme

Plenaries

There will be plenary presentations from:

After the conference dinner on Friday night the speaker will be Professor Richard Craster.

Conference resources

After the conference, session handouts and other resources will be uploaded to the conference section of the MEI website.

You can also view and download previous conference resources (2008 onwards) from the conference archives. Click on the relevant conference to view the list of sessions delivered that year, and the associated handouts.