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Workshops: Fall 2018:
November 10, 10-12, Chapel Hill Library Mathematical Magic with Dr. Jack Snoeyink.
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January 19, 10-12, Earth Fare, Brierdale shopping center, Raleigh. “The Watermelon Problem: Slicing and dicing with lines and planes” with Dr. Linda Green.
February 16, 10-12, Hunt Library, NCSU. “The Very Large (but not infinite) Library of Babel” with Dr. Kim Johnson.
March 16, 10-12, Chapel Hill Library. “The Turing Tumble”, with Tom Keeler.
April 28, 10-12, SAS Hall, NCSU. “Medical Imaging and other real uses for mathematics” with Dr. Arivnd Krishna Saibaba.
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The Triangle Math Teachers’ Circle is an initiative hosted by the Department of Mathematics at North Carolina State University. It welcomes anybody interested in the teaching profession, at any level, with an interest in learning and practicing the pedagogical approaches of math circles as they pertain to creative problem-solving. This project collaborates with the Chapel Hill Math Circle and is a member organization of the Math Teachers’ Circle Network and the North Carolina Network of Math Teachers’ Circles.