Thee SMC Journal will, as usual, feature articles based on talks from this year’s conference. For those of you who can’t wait, the following links to slides or follow-up material may be useful; we are very grateful to the presenters who have made their material available! This list may grow as further material is made available.

Keynote. Thinking About Learning Mathematics [PPTX, external site], Stuart Welsh (@maths180).

E. It’s (Nearly) All About Area! [PPTX, 1MB], Chris Pritchard (SMC).

H. Proving… or Improving? [PDF, 560 KB], Carol Lyon (Angus Council). A video [Youtube, 13 mins] and the materials described in the talk [Google Drive folder; PDF and Publisher] are also available.

G. Low Stakes Assessments in Mathematics [Sway], Neil Tilston (Monifeith High School).

N. Effective Tasks, Instructional Sequences, and Various Other Things [PPTX, external site], Chris McGrane (Hillhead High School).

R. Cognitive Load Theory — Implications for Maths Teachers [OneNote], Michael Allan (Glenrothes High School).

T. Using Models and Images in Maths [PPTX, 11MB], Sarah Shanks (Victoria Primary School).

U. Playing with Cards: from active learning to classroom management [PPTX, external site], Kenny Drummond (Whitehill Secondary School).

Z. Contradiction and contrapositive: what is the difference? [PDF, 4MB], Chris Sangwin (University of Edinburgh).