This will be used to depict the activity in the activity database. It isn't required, but is highly encouraged!
Leave empty if the image is purely decorative.
Please provide a brief description of the session. Two to four sentences is usually sufficient. This description will be displayed at the top of the activity and will be shown to people when searching for the activity on the database.
These are pages/printouts that participants use throughout the Math Circle activity.
Use this field if the handout is either a Google Doc or is otherwise shareable by a web link.
Use this field to upload any handouts as files. Only PDFs and Word Doc file types are accepted.
This should be a guide that gives a Math Circle leader insight into how to lead a session based on the activity.
Submit your facilitator guide as a link to a webpage, Google Drive link, or direct download link. If you have a file instead, use the "Facilitator Guide File Upload" field below.
Accepted formats: pdf, doc, docx
These should be sufficiently detailed materials so that a teacher can lead a lesson for an entire classroom of 20-30 students.
Youtube or Vimeo videos or playlists are accepted.
(Online applets, Geogebra, etc...)
Describe the app. Please give credit to app source/creators here.
This is how the reference will display on the webpage. Include things like name of author, website, etc....
Include the name(s) of any individuals who created materials you've included with this activity.
Include the name(s) of Math Circles who created materials you've included with this activity.
Enter the destination URL
Or link to existing content