Summer 2017 MTC Workshop
Northern New Mexico College, SERPA Room 104
July 10th - 19th, 2017

Registration Fee: $50
Pay by check to:
Espanola TechHub
       P.O. Box 2123, Espanola, NM 87532
Or Online

Teacher Circles
Teachers attending Math Teachers' Circles will engage in MTC training in the mornings and Computational Thinking in the afternoons for 5 days: July 10th - July 14th.

Student Circles
July 17th and 19th teachers will run Math Students' Circles.

$600 stipends will be awarded to teachers who attend all  Math Teachers' Circles and lead Math Students' Circles.

Registration:        Monday, July 10th, 8:30am

 Date     Time Event
 July 10th - 14th
 9:00am Morning Session
  12:00pm Lunch
  1:00pm Afternoon Session    
 July 17th-19th    
 9:00am Morning Session
  12:00pm     Lunch
  1:00pm Reflection
 Lunch is not provided

Call or Email with any questions
(505) 709-7586

What is a Math Circle?
Math Circles are a form of education outreach and enrichment through which mathematicians and mathematical scientists share their passion with K-12 teachers and students. The Math Circle landscape includes two types of programs that can operate standing alone or in coordination: Math Students’ Circles and Math Teachers’ Circles. Math Circles bring K-12 students or K-12 mathematics teachers together with mathematically sophisticated leaders in an informal setting, after school or on weekends, to work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics. The Math Circles combine significant content with a setting that encourages a sense of discovery and excitement about mathematics through problem solving and interactive exploration. Ideal problems are low-threshold, high-ceiling; they offer a variety of entry points and can be approached with minimal mathematical background, but lead to deep mathematical concepts and can be connected to advanced mathematics.

The Math Circle movement migrated to the United States from Eastern Europe in the 1990s. Today, more than 180 Math Circle programs are operating across the country, with more than 210 Circles formed since 1994. Math Circles adopt a range of practice in terms of venue, the grade level and backgrounds of participants served, and the types of mathematical professionals who are engaged. In some, but not all settings, Math Students’ Circles and Math Teachers’ Circles affiliate their activities. Math Circles are designed to provide an easy entry point for mathematicians with limited experience working in K12 mathematics outreach.