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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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Lil’MathGirl Apr 5
Good Friday everyone. At 3:30 I’ll be at the front of the exhibit hall with to play math with you.
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Chris Bolognese Apr 5
Hey ! Today's the day to get your geometry on at Session 531 in Hilton Sapphire CD at 3:15. Come learn about how math circles are revolutionizing professional development while we play and problem pose with an inquiry task using... SALT.
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Math Teachers Circle Apr 5
MTCs and are at NCTM! Come by Booth 628 in the Exhibition Hall or check out our sessions in the networking lounge (in the front of the Exhibition Hall). Check out the Julia Robinson Festival there this afternoon from 3:30 - 5. Come and play!
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 30
Attention MTC Leaders! One month left! Abstracts are due Tuesday, April 30, 2019, for the Contributed Paper Session session on “History of Mathematics in a Math Circle” to be co-organized by the SIGMAA on Circles and the History of...
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 26
CONTEST DEADLINE EXTENDED! Submit a solution to circles@aimath.org by March 31 and win a free book from MAA AMC!
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 18
Who else has a at their school? ... Who wants to start one? 😀
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 14
Tomorrow is the last day to submit a talk or activity proposal for MoMath's MOVES (Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects) Conference, August 4-6 in NYC. Submissions in the area of origami are particularly encouraged....
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 14
Turn your world on its side! Don't forget; our latest MTCircular contest ends tomorrow! Win a free book from MAA AMC!
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 12
Are you ready for a professional adventure in Brazil, Ghana, Mexico, the Philippines, Uganda, Uzbekistan, or Vietnam? The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in...
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 4
The current issue of MAA Focus takes a look at issues of inclusivity in the mathematics community. Last summer’s MTC teacher training... {"issue_id":566588,"view":"articleBrowser","article_id":"3302568
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Math Teachers Circle Mar 1
It's no mystery to us: making math fun, and changing math classrooms to emphasize collaborative and cooperative learning, is potentially more transformative than even filling in gaps in teacher content...
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 27
Is social justice a priority in your classroom? Consider becoming part of the Teaching Tolerance advisory board! The board includes classroom teachers, staff developers, librarians, school counselors and...
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 19
Want to help support students from low-income and historically marginalized communities to excel in mathematics? Get involved with these teaching and learning opportunities from the Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM) program. Please also...
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 13
Does anyone else remember the show "Square One?" 😄
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 11
Sarah Carter of the Tulsa Math Teachers' Circle posted a very cool "box" method for working with both multiplying and dividing polynomials on her blog, MATH=LOVE. Check it out at...
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 8
There is still time to submit a proposal for an MAA Grant! The MAA has three funding application deadlines on Feb. 12, 2019. Learn more at .
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 5
Happy Lunar New Year! Today begins the year of the Earth Pig. How long will it be until the next year of the Earth Pig? Here's a fun activity from Yummy Math... Both a lesson in culture and in Least Common Multiples!...
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 4
Giving students the chance to experience joy in doing math helps them feel like they belong as part of the math community. This is really fundamental to what we try to do as MTCs!
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Math Teachers Circle Feb 1
When STEM Sparks Joy! This week, 100Kin10's newsletter featured a link to this profile of Heather Danforth-Clayson of the AIM MTC. Read more about how Danforth-Clayson’s transformation from self-proclaimed...
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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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