Oshkosh Math Circle
The Oshkosh Math Circle is an informal meeting of middle and high school math teachers from around Northeast Wisconsin and math professors at UW Oshkosh. We meet one evening a month during the school year to work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics and mathematics education, in a relaxed setting.
Teachers and mathematicians work together at our meetings in solving rich problems that can generate conversations about teaching, problem-solving strategies, a variety of mathematics concepts, and the Common Core content and practice standards. Our goal is to support teaching through mathematical problem solving and to create an ongoing, supportive, and collaborative community of teachers, mathematicians, and mathematics educators.
Our schedule for the 2016-17 academic year is:
Sept. 13 Dec. 13 Mar. 13
Oct. 11 Jan. 10 Apr 10
Nov.15 Feb. 13 May 8
Meetings will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in Swart Hall room 127 on the UW Oshkosh campus. During our meetings, Parking lot 4a adjacent to Swart Hall is cleared for visitors to park without a permit. Click here for printable driving and parking directions.
All middle and high school math teachers are welcome. Come when you can, as often as you’d like. See you at the Circle!
Contact Eric Kuennen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 424-1059 for more information.
We would like to thank the Mathematics Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) for their support of the Oshkosh Math Circle through the National Association of Math Circles Grants Program.