Math Teachers’ Circles are professional communities where teachers get a chance to work on rich mathematics problems together, allowing them to enrich their own mathematical knowledge and bring more problem solving to their students. The Math Teachers’ Circle Network is a national project of the American Institute of Mathematics, one of eight U.S. mathematical sciences research institutes supported by the National Science Foundation. There are currently 125 Math Teachers’ Circles across the U.S.
At the 2019 Festival
Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival: Find Sets, Build SOMA Cubes, and Get a Taste of Intransitive Skittles with the Math Teachers’ Circle Network