Math Teachers’ Circles are professional development communities of mathematics teachers and mathematicians who meet regularly to work on rich mathematics problems. They provide an opportunity for teachers to enrich their own knowledge and experience of mathematics, while building long-term, meaningful partnerships with other teachers and mathematicians. There are over 60 Math Teachers’ Circles meeting regularly in 37 different states. Read more about the national movement at the national Math Teacher Circle website.
The vision of the Montana Math Teachers’ Circle is to invigorate k-16 mathematics teachers and mathematicians through problem solving activities, to facilitate connections among and between mathematics teachers and mathematicians, and to create an ongoing, supportive, and collaborative community.
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The Montana Math Teachers’ Circle meets in local areas across the state! Which one is closest to you?
- Great Falls
- Havre / Hi Line
- Lame Deer
- Mission Valley
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