The Department of Mathematics at Boise State University is proud to announce an all-new community for creative mathematical exploration among mathematicians, teachers (especially grades 6-9), and mathematics educators.
Application and Selection Process
Applications for the 2015-16 school year are no longer being accepted via the web page. Email the organizers for information.
Our Summer Workshop took place on July 29-31, 2015.
|Wednesday, July 29||Problem Solving (part 1)|
|Polygons on a Sphere|
|Who is a Mathematician?|
|Thursday, July 30||Discovery Center of Idaho Field Trip|
|Friday, July 31||Problem Solving (part 2)|
|Dimension and self-similar geometry||Dimension and self-similar geometry|
|Math Games: SET and Prime Climb|
Meetings during the school year are on selected Saturday mornings, 10:00 AM to noon. Meetings take place on Boise State University campus, Mathematics Building, room 107. Parking is available (contact a circle organizer for the parking code).
|September 12||Number Games|
|September 26||Divisibility Patterns in Fibonacci Numbers||BMTC Fibonnaci Handout 9_26_15|
|October 24||One-Cut Challenge||one-cut-challenge|
|November 7||Deranged Arrangements On The Range||BMTC Derangements handout Nov 7 2015 revised|
|December 5||Guest leader: Dr. Jennifer Brooks
Geometry of Complex Numbers and Roots of Polynomials
|January 30||Guest leader: Dr. Brandy Wiegers
Mathematical Tiling & Organization
|February 27||Guest leader: Dr. Paul Zeitz
Mathematical Magic for Muggles
Boise State University Mathematics Department
Laurie Cavey, mathematics Education
Zach Teitler, mathematics
Joe Champion, mathematics education
Samuel Coskey, mathematics
Denise Mirich, East Valley Middle School, Nampa, ID
Bryce Gillespie, Heritage Middle School, Meridian, ID
Please check here periodically for updates, or contact email@example.com for more information.