Each week students are presented with difficult, original and always fun mathematical puzzles.
Engaging kids in mathematical discovery has long been touted as best practice in mathematics education, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this 10-week course you will learn the theory, practice the methods, and hone the art of leading math circles. Join us to find out how these collegial, non-competitive, and […]
Please join us on upcoming first Thursday at 4:30 Pacific / 5:30pm Mountain / 6:30pm Central / 7:30pm Eastern Time on Zoom. The registration link is here. You're welcome to play any math game with friends, family members, or even strangers that you meet on Zoom. We'll also recommend a game each month that is family-friendly and […]
The May 6 session, our final meeting for the academic year, will have a special guest, Jacob Castaneda, the Executive Director of the LA programs for BEAM, an innovative and successful program for nurturing talented students from underrepresented communities. Who has a spot on the chalkboard?A wealth of programs exist to help K-12 students study […]
The TAMU Math Circle meets in person most Saturdays during the academic year. We serve students in 5th through 12th grades. We have two sessions, one on Discovery Activities where students work in groups on an exploratory activity, and the other on Problem Solving where students practice for national activities.
Each week students are presented with difficult, original and always fun mathematical puzzles.
The Inland Empire Math Teachers’ Circle presents Dinner and a Math Problem! This monthly event offers the teaching community in the region a great opportunity to network andwork together to solve interesting and accessible mathematics problems. Each evening starts withdinner, some time to mingle, and then we get to the main course: the math problem! […]
Engaging kids in mathematical discovery has long been touted as best practice in mathematics education, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this 10-week course you will learn the theory, practice the methods, and hone the art of leading math circles. Join us to find out how these collegial, non-competitive, and […]
Santa Clara County is pleased to be hosting a Julia Robinson Math Festival!
Join us for games and puzzles that engage students of all ages in mathematical reasoning and logic skills.
This event is free and all are welcome to attend.
For more info, contact arusgal@sccoe.org
We are a professional community of learners, bringing together mathematics teachers and mathematicians monthly to engage in mathematical problem solving. All are welcome! We welcome all teachers who would like to participate in the Wayne and Washtenaw Counties Math Teachers’ Circle. Please register for the event by clicking the link here
Please consider joining the Southwest Chicago MTC for an in-person math teachers' circle session on May 16. This is a regular meeting of the SWMTC, which includes group-centered activities and includes free dinner! To RSVP or to find out more (including info on past and future meetings as well), please see https://southwestchicagomathcircle.wordpress.com/
Each week students are presented with difficult, original and always fun mathematical puzzles.
Engaging kids in mathematical discovery has long been touted as best practice in mathematics education, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this 10-week course you will learn the theory, practice the methods, and hone the art of leading math circles. Join us to find out how these collegial, non-competitive, and […]
Join Math Circles of Chicago for our BIGGEST math festival of the year! Math Games and prizes! Open to 3rd-8th grade learners!
Engaging kids in mathematical discovery has long been touted as best practice in mathematics education, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this 10-week course you will learn the theory, practice the methods, and hone the art of leading math circles. Join us to find out how these collegial, non-competitive, and […]
In this 2-session mini-course, we will set up a bunch of games that have mathematical strategies and move among them at will as we engage in math conversations about them. Games will include Blokus, Pentominoes, Set, Backgammon, Polydrons (platonic solids), Shapes Up, and more. Students will not be required to engage in competition – that is optional, and they can team up against Rodi if desired.
Morgan Hill Math Teachers’ Circle is Back!
Morgan Hill now has its own Math Teachers’ Circle! Local math teachers in any grade can attend monthly meetings to explore rich math problems, rediscover the joy in learning math, and network with fellow teachers and mathematicians. Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month, at the Morgan Hill CCC. Please contact Kelley Barnes at note4kel@yahoo.com for the latest information.
Engaging kids in mathematical discovery has long been touted as best practice in mathematics education, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this 10-week course you will learn the theory, practice the methods, and hone the art of leading math circles. Join us to find out how these collegial, non-competitive, and […]
This workshop is offered FREE to Austin area teachers as outreach of the Mathematics Department, The University of Texas at Austin. We provide lunch, materials, and parking validation. Participants earn CPE hours for this workshop.
Confirmed Session Leaders:
Lauren Siegel, MathHappens
Ken Hawthorn, Austin School for the Driven
Jennifer Austin, UT Mathematics