The Center for Mathematical Talent (CMT) at the Courant Institute of NYU
is offering a free, six-week workshop for Math Teachers that focuses on
how to build and run a Math Team, and how to bring Math Team ideas into
your regular math classrooms.
The program will meet Wednesdays (March 2nd to April 6th) from 4:30 –
6:30 at Brooklyn Technical High School. The workshop will be led by
Patrick Honner–a Math Team coach from Brooklyn Tech and a 2010 Sloan
Award winner—-and will also feature CMT’s director Dr. Mark Saul,
and other special guests.
In addition to exploring and experiencing a wide variety of mathematical
competitions, particpants will learn how to use the contests as starting
points for further mathematical investigation and engagement with their
students. In addition, select topics in math enrichment will be
covered, providing material suitable for use in both math team or
regular classroom settings.
For more information, please email Patrick Honner at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dr. Mark Saul at the Center for Mathematical
Talent. Deadline for registration is Monday, February 28th.