SIGMAA on Circles is a
Special Interest Group of the MAA
the Mathematical Association of America.
Membership in the SIGMAA on Circles is open to all MAA members
MATH FEST 2015 CIRCLE ACTIVITIES FLYER AUG 5-8 2015
DC MATH FESTIVAL APRIL 16-18 2015
JMM 2015 CIRCLE ACTIVITIES
Navajo Nation Math Circles Documentary
WRANGLE PROBLEMS & SOLUTIONS
Dave Auckly's Circle Demo on Remodeling the Floor
MORE JMM MATERIALS HERE
MATH PROGRAMS & CIRCLES:
NY Math Circle
Math Camp for Teachers
AMS List of summer math camps
Art of Problem Solving List of Summer Math Camps
Photos From JMM 2011
Welcome to SIGMAA on Math Circles for Students and Teachers!
A math circle is broadly defined as a semi-formal, sustained enrichment
experience that brings mathematics professionals in direct contact with
pre-college students and/or their teachers. Circles foster passion and
excitement for deep mathematics.
The goal of this SIGMAA is to give math circles greater visibility and
a permanent presence in the mathematical and educational landscape. This
SIGMAA supports MAA members who share an interest in developing, supporting
and running math circles. It works to facilitate vertical integration
of elementary, middle and high school students, their teachers, undergraduate
and graduate students, and faculty up through high-level research mathematicians.
Explore this site and related links to learn more, or attend a special
session or workshop organized by SIGMAA MCST.
Other Links and Important Details
Math Circles Flyer
Math Wrangles & Rumbles
Wrangle Problems (From 2010 without solutions)
Wrangle Problems (From JMM 2012) Solutions
Rumble Problems 2011 Solutions
Wrangle Problems Set I (Circle on the Road 2012) Solutions
Wrangle Problems Set II (Circle on the Road 2012) Solutions
Wrangle Problems (From Math Fest 2012) Solutions
Wrangle Problems JMM 2013 ... Solutions
Wrangle Rules (For Kids)
Rumble Rules (For Teachers)
The SIGMAA for Math Circles for Students and Teachers (SIGMAA MCST) supports MAA members who share an interest in developing, supporting and running math circles. It works to facilitate vertical integration of elementary, middle and high school students, their teachers, undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty up through high-level research mathematicians.
JMM 2014 Math Circle Activities
MATH FEST 2013 MATERIALS
JMM 2013 Circle Activities
MATH FEST 2012 Presentations
JMM 2012 Program and Circle Activities
JMM 2011 Circle Activities
Amazing Math Letters of James Tanton
Ed Keppelmann, Math Professor and K-12 Outreach Coordinator University of Nevada Reno.