There is still time to register for the MEI conference

The MEI 2017 Conference runs from Thursday 29 June to Saturday 1 July. This year it is being held at the beautiful campus and excellent conference facilities at Keele University.

There will be over 100 engaging sessions across a range of topics, each designed to enrich your experience and provide valuable opportunities for professional development:

  • discover innovative ways to engage all 11-19 students
  • sharpen your skills in embedding the use of technology
  • get on track for the 2017 mathematics A level changes with our dedicated sessions

This year’s programme includes some exceptional plenaries from Sir David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor for the Public Understanding of Risk in the Statistical Laboratory at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge; Professor Tim Sparks, Senior Lecturer in Statistics at the University of Coventry; and Professor Anne Watson, an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford.

The conference also offers invaluable opportunities to share, explore, discuss and evaluate ideas for the classroom with other mathematics teachers and enthusiasts.

It’s the conference for all 11-19 mathematics teachers.

If you haven’t experienced our conference before, you might be interested to hear what our delegates have said:

“The MEI conference is always inspirational”

“Thank you for an excellent conference. I feel as if I have been on an illuminating journey of mathematical discovery!”

“I have had a fantastic 3 days at the conference so thank you all very much. I’ve learned so much and had fun too.”

You can register for one, two or three days at the conference, with or without accommodation. Prices start from as low as £145 for a day delegate (including refreshments and lunch). Individual Members of MEI are eligible to receive a 5% discount!

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