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Building professional learning communities of mathematicians and teachers. The Math Teachers' Circle Network is a project of .
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Math Teachers Circle Dec 11
Have you seen this viral math problem yet? What are your thoughts?
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Brian Gervase Dec 6
Looking for a fun holiday season idea? Studying regular polygons? We are using to create a regular pattern in a circle, sprinkle some magic dust on the results and off to the 3D printer! Boom -- it's an ornament?
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Math Teachers Circle Dec 4
The deadline for the Teacher-Leader Professional Learning Grant from NCSM has been extended to December 7! Learn more at
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 27
Today is ! Thank you for remembering the MTC network in your charitable contributions today. You can choose to support a particular Math Teachers' Circle or our nationwide efforts at
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 19
"Mythical lands of truth and lies...what knots have to do with fractions... and how knowing about even and odd numbers can keep you from getting eaten by witches." What does that have to do with math? See p.7 of Sonoma State's department newsletter:...
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 16
South Sound Circles is holding a one-day workshop in mathematical problem solving Sat., Dec. 15 at the University of Puget Sound in Washington. Open to anyone working to close the achievement gap in mathematics! For more information, contact David Scott at scott@pugetsound.edu.
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 9
Headed out for some holiday shopping this weekend? Great STEM-inspired ideas in a recent Forbes piece by 100Kin10's Talia Milgrom-Elcott....
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 7
NSF-funded projects! Win $3,000 in the We Are Mathematics video competition! Details at
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 5
"By the end of the day the teachers were buzzing with energy and excitement at the prospect of reaching students in new ways and enlivening their classrooms with Exploding Dots, Cuisenaire Rods and Math...
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Math Teachers Circle Nov 3
A message from our friends at the MAA! The AMC 8 is more than speed and answers. It's about discovering surprising and delightful math! Middle school competition challenges students to develop essential problem-solving skills. Register by Nov. 5!
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Yana Mohanty Nov 2
Really enjoyed leading a session on geometric modeling for teachers of grades 3-5 at !
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Math Teachers Circle Oct 10
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BATMath Sep 28
In the Bay Area? Join us Oct 6 at the Global Math Week Kickoff Party at The Tech in San Jose! Register for free at
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James Tanton Sep 27
Global Math Week 2018 is now officially open! The updated registration process is all set & the countdown is now officially on! Let's turn 4.7M to 10M! . Moreover: Entire site is now available in SPANISH, FRENCH, POLISH, ENGLISH & SWAHILI!
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James Tanton Jul 31
It's starting to ramp up again! is lighting up the world. Folk are signing on for Global Math Week 2018, Oct 10-17.
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James Tanton Jul 24
Friends of . Might you be interested in taking part in a video project idea? We believe Ts are the best, most fabulous advocates of meaningful joyous math. Can we at GMP celebrate you? Here's an idea we have for a video project: . Interested?
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Dr. Brandy Wiegers Jun 19
Yesterday we had fun with some mathematical biology modeling at the , modeling rabbit growth and using Oh Deer! to think about an oscillating deer population. I wonder what we’ll do today :) I see some in our future
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Dr. Brandy Wiegers Jun 20
Pledge: I solemnly swear that if I already know the answer to the math problem I will not yell it out loud but instead will challenge myself to take a different approach to the problem or think more generally about the problem.
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Melynee Naegele Jun 20
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Sarah Carter Jun 20
Another first from today: introduced us to the awesome world of coding with ozobot at Tulsa Math Teachers'Circle Summer Immersion Workshop.
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