MTCircular Magazine

FEATURES


Good Things Come in Unexpected Packages

A Festive Christmas Tradition Leads to Adventures in Problem Solving

Nathan Borchelt

I see Platonic Solids in Your Future

What is the Shape Inside a Magic 8-Ball?

Sayonita Ghosh-Hajra

We the People

Can voting ever really be fair?

Lynne Pachnowski and Linda Saliga

The Surprising Shape of Success

Dave Honda Wins Art Exhibition Honor with Snapology Origami

Interview by Sonya Kohli

NEWS AND VIEWS

MTC Network, Initiative for Math Learning by
Inquiry Receive 100Kin10 Grant

MAA Hosts MTC Training Workshop

MAA and MTC partner to provide a workshop for teachers of underrepresented groups

Hector Rosario Honored with Hughes Award

Co-founder of Triangle MTC recognized for outstanding contributions to county public school gifted program


DEPARTMENTS

notefromaim

A Note from AIM

MTCs as Joyful and Equitable Spaces

dispatches

Dispatches from the Circles

Local updates from across the country

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MAGAZINE ARCHIVE

2017SAcover

Spring 2018

A touch of infinity, pentagon tilings, lessons from preschool, and an escape room adventure.

2017SAcover

Summer/Autumn 2017

Introducing social issues through math, exploring a 2,000-year-old problem, and more.

2017WScover

Winter/Spring 2017

How MTCs affect teachers’ identities and beliefs about math. Plus: Spot It and Freeing the Clones.

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VIEW RESOURCES FROM THIS ISSUE

Page 4: Good things, Unexpected Packages
  • Session handouts:
Page 8: I see Platonic Solids in Your Future
  • Beckmann, S. (2013). Mathematics for elementary teachers with activities (4th ed.). Boston: Pearson Education.
Page 12: We the People
  • Session handouts:
Page 19: The Surprising Shape of Success