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Tucson Teachers Circle

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Tucson Teachers Circle

The Tucson Teachers’ Circles bring together both teachers and university faculty members who meet one evening a month to engage in problem solving related to the night’s theme. Middle school and high school mathematics teachers who are interested in exploring engaging, accessible topics in mathematics and who strive to incorporate a problem solving approach in their classrooms are encouraged to participate. Participants gain access to a variety of resources, membership in a dynamic community of mathematics educators, and a renewed sense of appreciation for the fascinating world of mathematics. Rich mathematics discussions ensue as they enjoy a catered dinner and have opportunities to share classroom experiences, best practices, and challenges. Participants earn recertification credits for their involvement. Participation is free, but reservations are required.

For more information, contact:

Virginia Bohme

Virginia Bohme

Co-Director, Center for Retention-Recruitment for Math Teachers
Specialist, Math Education
520-626-6145
GLD-S 845
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