Time for another competition. This one is sort of a localised version of a previous competition, and the motivation is similar.
The Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia is currently holding their annual conference. The list of scheduled talks is here, and the draft proceedings is here. The competition is to name, and to briefly argue for, the MERGA paper-talk that provides the genuinely greatest benefit/insight/whatever into mathematics education. So, the question is, what of genuine worth can people find. And, the best and best-argued answer, as determined by our unesteemed judge,* will win the competition.
The winner will win a signed copy of the best-selling** book, Putting Two and Two Together.
**) In Poster and Ross households.