Find a Math Teachers’ Circle near you.
Math Teachers’ Circles are groups of teachers that gather periodically to work together on fun and interesting mathematics. The problems are “low floor,” meaning everyone can get started on them, but “high ceiling,” meaning that the amount of fun to be had in them is endless.
Click the links below to find out more information about each MTC and schedules.
1. Black Swamp MTC – Bowling Green
The members of the Black Swamp MTC invite math enthusiasts from across the grades to participate in fun and joyful mathematics.
Contact: Marcia Miller, email@example.com
4. Crooked River MTC – Cleveland
Cleveland rocks. And teachers of grades 5-9 are rocking mathematical problem solving. Draw a line straight to the “crookedest” circle in Ohio!
Contact: Sara Good, goods@ParmaCitySchools.org
5. Rubber City MTC – Akron
Focused on teachers of grades 4-8 in Summit County or surrounding districts, the Rubber City MTC meets the third Thursday of each month, from 4:00 – 6:00 PM and offers an annual immersion workshop in June of each year. The Rubber City MTC is a collaborative effort of Summit Education Initiative, University of Akron, Summit ESC, Akron Public Schools and Stow-Munroe Falls Schools.
Contact: Matt Deevers (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lynne Pachnowski (email@example.com)
Don’t see an MTC near you? Want information on starting one?
Go to the Math Teachers’ Circle Network to learn how to get support to start one near you.