Mark Trushkowsky, Solange Farina, Tyler Holzer, & Eric Appleton
We ran our session like a CAMI meeting. We did an open activity with visual patterns where the participants created and solved their own problems using a visual pattern we called the Buffalo Pattern. Follow this link to see photos of the teachers’ work from our NCTM workshop.
Resources for Math Teachers’ Circles
- The NYC Community of Adult Math Instructors (CAMI)
- nyccami.org – We post the problems, meeting notes and photos from every CAMI meeting on our website. Follow the link to see photos of the teachers’ work from our NCTM workshop.
- @nyc_cami – We usually try to live-tweet our CAMI meetings, so even if you can not attend you can follow along from home.
- Problem Posing and Problem Solving in a Math Teacher’s Circle (Appleton, Farina, Holzer, Kotelawala, and Trushkowsky)
- Mathematics Teachers Circle around Problem Solving – Fernandes, Koehler and Reiter (Fernandez, Koehler, and Reiter)