2017 Conference Presentations

The 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. This list may grow as further material is made available.

Keynote. A Most Hectic Smith Calculation [PPT, 17MB], Chris Smith (Grange Academy). There is also a video

A. The Statistics of Promoting Positive Behaviour [PPT, 2MB], Claire Thomson and Steven Devine (Knightswood Secondary School).

B. National Improvement Framework Holistic Assessments [PDF, 550KB], Joanne Oliver (Education Scotland).

C. Support from Education Scotland [PPT, 5MB], Lorna Harvey and Doreen Redfern (Education Scotland).

F. Paired Numeracy: An Approach to Achieving Excellence and Equity [PPT, 1.5MB], Euan Williamson and Gail Nisbet (Fife Pedagogy Team and Inverkeithing High School).

H. Improving Numeracy in a Secondary School [PPT, 4MB], Innes MacLeod (Wallace High School).

J. Maths Gets On My Nerves! [PPT, 1.4MB], Sharon Friel-Myles (Angus Council).

K. Progression in the Use of Mathematical “Thinking Tools” [PPT, 14MB], Karen Frain (Letham Primary School).

O. Diagnostic Assessments and Groupings in Maths [PPT, 3MB], Stacie Higgins (Monikie Primary School) and Pam Hudson (Inverbrothock Primary School).

Q. Creative Maths, who’d a thought it? [PPT, 2MB], Alix Tindall (Forfar Academy).

V. A Hands-On Approach to Higher [Prezi], Stuart Welsh (The High School of Glasgow).

Y. Microsoft OneNote in Mathematics [PPT, 3MB], Michael Allan (Glenrothes High School). Any teachers who would like to have access to the OneNote Notebooks that Mr Allan has created should send him their Glow email address; contact details are in the presentation.

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