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Spring 2018 top
|When:||April 21, 2018, 10:00am to 12:00pm|
|Where:||NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 102.|
Gems from Geometry by David Hankin.
Bio: David is a very well-respected mathematics teacher with a long and distinguished career. His New York City teaching career spans four decades at both high school and college levels. In addition, he served as Mathematics Department Chair at Hunter College High School, Chair of the AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination), mathematics education consultant, prolific problemist and author of competition questions, and is a frequent presenter at Mathematics conferences and events. Mr. Hankin was one of the invited graders of the 2001 International Mathematical Olympiad.
Abstract: geometric journey through results familiar to many to pleasing and surprising results that are less well known.
Please encourage your colleagues to attend!
We had our first full course for teachers in Spring 2008. You can see the listing of past courses here.