Mathematical Association Conference

MA Conference

Please note the following information about the upcoming Mathematical Association conference:

The Mathematical Association is once again running its one-day conference in the Pathfoot Building at Stirling University on 5th September 2015, emphasising secondary maths education.

 As shown in the programme, the Keynote address will be given by Elizabeth Meenan – Around the World in 80 Tiles

 In addition, there is a wide range of workshops, talks and discussion groups covering many aspects of Teaching and Learning, all led by the following;


Alison Kiddle Deidre Murray Jennie Golding Monica Kirson
Helen Martin Clive Chambers Andrew Jeffrey Alison Ramage
Nathan Barker Jess Laffoley John Sexton Linda Moon
Phil Moon Adam McBride Numeracy and Mathematics Development Officer  


One of the biggest attractions of a one-day conference is the opportunity for colleagues from all areas of mathematics and education to meet each other and exchange information, ideas and opinions and this will be well catered for.  In addition, there will be a Mathematical Association bookstall which will provide opportunities to inspect and buy (or order) MA materials at special conference rates.  There will also be the opportunity for non-members to join the association. And as always there will be a selection of exhibitors at the event.

 We are hoping that the event will attract Scottish secondary school teachers as part of their CPD entitlement and a certificate of attendance will be issued.

 The cost of the day will be £80, and this includes lunch and morning/afternoon refreshments.  A student rate of £45 is available

 Please click here to view the full Programme

 Please click here to download your Application form

 Last year’s conference is a testament to its popularity with over 185 delegates! Places are on a first come first serve basis, please ensure your application is sent ASAP to avoid disappointment.

 I hope to see you on the day.

 Sent on behalf of

Bill Richardson




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