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.