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You are invited to MBAMP’s 2018-19 Math Teachers' Circle series 

Dates:      The 2nd Tuesday of each month. In 2018-19 the dates are: Oct 9, Nov 13, Dec 11, Feb 12, Mar 12, Apr 9, May 14.

Time:      6:30 – 8:00 PM

Location:  in different locations, sometimes in participants' schools and sometime in their homes.  Different teachers take turns hosting the event.  

RSVP: To asked to be  placed on the email list for announcements, (mbamp@ucsc.edu)

Parking: Free. 

Food:  Refreshments and snacks


Topic: math and play with SOMA cubes

Join us for an evening of fun with the SOMA cube - a great puzzle for developing 3D intuition. We will enjoy some very nice math behind the SOMA cube that makes it easier to assemble the 7 pieces into a 3 X 3 X 3 cube!

Speaker: Brian Conrey is the founding Executive Director of the American Institute of Mathematics. He received his PhD from the University of Michigan in 1980. He serves as an editor of the Journal of Number Theory and is also active in Math Circles and Math Teachers’ Circles. His research interests are analytic number theory and random matrix theory.
Parking: Free.
Food: Refreshments and snacks



What: Math Teachers’ Circle (MTC)

The sessions will sometimes be led by a math professor, sometimes by a grade student and sometimes we work through problems one of our group has proposed.  All teachers are welcome to attend.  These sessions are most applicable for math specialists and middle/high school math teachers. Teachers are encouraged to suggest session topics.  Teachers can earn PD units for attendance. 

When: The Circle has met since 2009.  This year we will meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except January). 

Where: TBA Participants will host sessions at their school site or other location.

Please, if you  have not signed up email and ask to be put on the mailing list.

Check out this website for  more about math teacher circles', their history and how they effect the professional development of math teachers.