Our courses for teachers are intended to encourage and support excellent teaching of mathematics. The courses are led by highly experienced instructors recognized for their record of outstanding teaching. All courses address both content and methods, and include a wealth of problems and examples. The sessions combine lecture, workshop, and interactive classroom discussion.
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Fall 2023 top
|When:||Friday, January 5, 2024. Doors open at 4pm, main event 5pm - 7pm.|
|Where:||Brooklyn Technical High School, 29 Fort Green Pl (map). Room TBD.|
|Who:||Math teachers & enthusiasts|
NYC has many math teachers and coaches — whether current, retired, or aspiring — who love interesting mathematics, beautiful problems, and intriguing questions. This event is to bring together the community of math lovers in an informal setting, with a chance to socialize and meet like-minded peers.
Please join us on the first Friday of January to eat, talk, and do math, all in great company. In addition to the edible culinary offerings, the menu will include tasty Mathematical treats for your enjoyment. These will be served in the form of a talk by Larry Zimmerman, who will share with us a few surprising results gleaned from very humble Mathematical beginnings.
As well, we expect to discuss possible plans for future events.
Doors open at 4pm, for snacks and mingling. Please arrive between 4pm and 5pm. The talk is from 5pm to 6pm. Dinner and conversation will follow on-site from 6pm to 7pm.
Registration by December 21 is required to attend.
We had our first full course for teachers in Spring 2008. You can see the listing of past courses here.