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Joshua Zucker, "Intro to Problem Solving"

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What is a Math Teachers’ Circle meeting like? We recommend you check out our video library of “classic” math sessions.

An Introduction to Problem Solving

This session gets at the heart of Math Teachers’ Circle: becoming comfortable with not knowing how to solve a problem.

Grid Power

A sheet of grid paper and a simple counting question reveal some deep mathematical surprises.

Exploding Dots

An imaginary counting machine explodes teachers’ preconceptions about arithmetic.

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What Makes a Good Problem?

Watch MTC leaders Chris Bolognese, Fawn Nguyen, Paul Zeitz, and Joshua Zucker discuss this question in this Educator Innovator webinar.


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Our topic last night was: "Triangles, Squares, and Segregation" (based on Our teachers had great conversations about bias, segregation, and using math to talk about social justice issues. Find out more when Tara and Anne present about this at the Joint Mathematics Meetings! In the meantime, feel free to email us for our presentation or handouts. #TGIF #Math #SocialJustice #MTC

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