Having fun with Free Math Mondays: Webinar Series

I’ve been having a great time with the Math Mondays! It’s been great to see familiar faces and to meet new people. I also miss being in the classroom, so it’s my chance each week to play “teacher” for a little bit – so thanks to all who have been joining or watching the recordings. To watch a recording of one of the webinars, visit our freebies page. In May I think we are going to do one session a bit different – we’ll have a roundtable discussion with some of the Math Institute’s consulting team leading relevant topics to the stay-at-home situation we are finding ourselves in. Then I’ll wrap up 2019-2020 with two more solo webinars, on geometry and math history. Really looking forward to those!

- Michael


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