2018
 Taylor, P. Teach the Mathematics of Mathematicians. Educ. Sci. 2018, 8, 56; doi:10.3390/educsci8020056+[PDF]
2017
 Taylor, P. Has Mathematics Education misunderstood Homo Aestheticus? Problem Solving in Patagonia Universidad de Magallanes, Chile, November 2017. [PDF]
 Taylor, P. The aesthetics of mathematical modeling for the classroom, Fields Institute Mathematics Education Forum. Oct 2017. [PDF]
 Peter Taylor and Judy Wearing. Structure—an allegory. Performed at Bridges 2017, Waterloo University.[PDF]
2016
 Peter Taylor and Judy Wearing. 2016. Structurean allegory. Plenary presentation at the 40th anniversary CMESG/GCDEM Conference, Queen's University June 6 2016. [PDF]
2014
 Krupp, D., Kim, J., Taylor, P. and Barclay, P. 2014. Cooperation and Competition in Large Classrooms. HEQCO Research Report [PDF]
 Taylor, P. 2014. My students deserve better. For the Learning of Mathematics 34 1: 3435 [PDF]
2010
 Kajander, A., Mason, R., Taylor, P., Doolittle, E., Boland, T., Jarvis, D., and Maciejewski, W. 2010. Multiple visions of teachers' understandings of mathematics. For the Learning of Mathematics 30: 5056 [PDF]
2009
 Taylor, P. 2009. Essay on A and B. Education Notes 41 2 [PDF]
 Taylor, P. 2009. Why the sky is still falling. Notice of the AMS [PDF]
2007
 Will the real Q please step forward? 9th annual symposium on innovative teaching, Simon Fraser University, May, 2007
 Taylor, P. 2007. Mathematical Lens. Mathematics Teacher 101: 179182 [PDF]
 "Last Lecture," Queen's MiniU, God is also a mathematician. May 2011. [PDF]
2006
 The Adrian Pouliot Prize Lecture. The structure of a mathematics curriculum. CMS Winter Meeting, Toronto. 2006. [PDF]
 Canadian Club Luncheon Speaker. What's wrong with the high school curriculum?
2005
 What the history of art can teach us about teaching. MAA Seaway Banquet Address [PDF]
2004
 The teacher as artist: a letter to my colleagues. MAA Focus 24: 89 [PDF]
 Taylor, P.D. (2004) Review of the CUPM Curriculum Guidelines 2004, MAA Online
2003
 Working group coleader. Rethinking math thinking in secondary math classes. CMS Math Education Forum. Montreal 1618
 CMS Winter Meeting. December 2003. Vancouver. Education Session. The tyranny of reality.[PDF]
2001
 Taylor, P.D. and Sinclair, N. 2001. "Training" our students. Canadian J. of Math, Science and Technology 1:110116.[PDF]
2000
 Taylor, P. and Sinclair, N. 2000. Regular Lecturer, Reinventing the Teacher, International Congress of Mathematics Education, Tokyo [PDF]
1998
 Plenary Speaker Changing the Culture Conference, Postmodernism and High School Math Education. PIMS Simon Fraser University
1997
 Taylor, P.D. 1997, February 6. A small napkin. Globe and Mail, Facts and Arguments. [PDF]
1996
 Taylor, P.D. 1996. Thoughts on university entrance exams, Ontario Math Gazette 35, 912.
1994
 The MacClement Lecture, Mathematics and Poetry. Queen's University Fac. of Education [PDF]
 Royal Canadian Institute Lecture: The calculus revolution: right revolutionwrong subject, Toronto. Complex Variables: the poetry and music of W.J. Barnes, Quarry press, 1994. 131 pp. (with D. Helwig).
[Until his sudden death in 1992 Bill Barnes was my coteacher for the Math and Poetry course at Queen's (IDIS 303).
That same year he won a 3M fellowship. Many of his poems are quite fine. Email me for a copy of the book.]
 The Avis Memorial Lecture, Portrait of the artist as a young cadet, Royal Military College
1992
 Taylor, P.D. 1992. A proposal for OAC Calculus, Ontario Mathematics Gazette 31, 2630.
1990
 Taylor, P.D. 1990. Care, not Speed, The Kingston Whig Standard, Sept. 13, 1990, Reprinted in IEEE Canadian Review No. 11, Fall, 1991, and in The Federation Focus, March/April, 1992.
 The Randolph Lecture: Calculus, where are we going? Seaway Section, MAA, Oswego, NY.
1983
 Taylor, P.D. 1983. Zen in the art of archery and teaching, Journal of Literary Theory 4: 7381.
1980
 Taylor, P.D. 1980. On Virgil: my opening lecture to Mathematics 120, For the Learning of Mathematics 1: 4952.[PDF]
