What is the Rubber City Math Teacher Circle?
The Rubber City Math Teacher Circle is a regional Math Teacher Circle affiliated with the
Math Teacher Circle Network. Math Teacher Circles are communities that bring teachers and math professors together to re-discover deep problem-solving and perseverance. The sessions provide unique professional development the help connect teachers to their learner-self making it easier to facilitate problem-solving in their own classrooms.
The team facilitates meetings five to six times a year as well as an Immersion Workshop. For more information, contact Steve Miller or Dr. Lynne Pachnowski. Dr. Linda Saliga, Professor of Mathematics at The University of Akron, serves on the organizational team.
Upcoming RCMTC Events
All events are held at the Andrew Jackson House, 227 E. Mill Street, Akron unless otherwise stated.
The Brain Switch-A-Roo, presented by Dr. Sandra Wilder, APS
Break Out of the Escape Room
Presented by Dr. Lance Nelson, UA
Thursday, March 12, 4:00-6:00 pm
The Perfect Shuffle and Other Thoughts about Dealing, Shuffling and Randomness
Presented by Dr. Kate Lane, Baldwin Wallace University
Thursday, May 14, 4:00-6:00 pm