Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Bay Area Circle for Teachers

This is a week-long workshop being held on UC Berkeley's campus, sponsored by MSRI. On Monday afternoon I was able to attend a session led by the wonderful folks from the Algebra Project and the Young People's Project. Imagine my surprise when I saw a post about it on Without Geometry, Life is Pointless. Avery and I haven't met in person, but we were in that same room together, playing some exciting math games. In case anyone else I know online is attending that workshop, I thought I'd write my own post about it.

I'll be going to a dinner with the group this evening, and I'll be leading a session on Thursday afternoon, where we'll play with Pythagorean Triples, my current mathcrush.  ;^)

Anyone else planning to be there?

2 comments:

  1. Doh. Not a math teacher but totally would have been interested in this. I'm really interested in hearing (reading) all about it.

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  2. MSRI will have recordings of some of the sessions at their website (linked in my post). I'll post about my session, but it may take a while. (I'm getting on a plane tomorrow for vacation.)

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