Sunday, February 10, 2013


Math! Games! Puzzles! Prizes! Gourmet food! Great company!

We are a teacher-support network for and by teachers of mathematics! We do fun math, for fun! Art teachers do art projects with their students, music teachers often perform in ensembles, and English teachers read novels with their students or join book clubs...but when do math teachers have the opportunity to do math? Even more, when do math teachers do FUN math?

Next meetings of the current school year:

March 24th, 2015 (5-7p)
April 28th, 2015 (5-7p)

**Send RSVP or any questions to**

Collaborate with fellow math teachers (grades 5-9) and professional mathematicians, working on solving fun, challenging math puzzles together and discussing problem-solving in your classrooms. This meeting is free and will provide you with many resources and opportunities for building your teaching network and sharpening your students' problem-solving skills.

These puzzles are NOT your routine math problems; but do not be intimidated: all that is required to participate is a healthy dose of curiosity, good humor, and a willingness to interrogate! MTCs are also great networking opportunities, and of course, we always hope to provide great food!

Want an insiders view of a MTC? Please read Brian's blog post about his experience at the summer immersion workshop. 

We would like to thank our generous sponsors: the Verizon Foundation, the American Institute of Mathematics and the Mathematical Association of America, The Philadelphia Ed Fund, PhlaSoup, the National Association of Math Circles!

Thank you for visiting!