While math circles have been in Eastern Europe for over a century, they only reached U.S. shores 20 years ago. They have been growing steadily in popularity ever since. How do you start a math circle that students will love?

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In 1996, a video starring Danny Glover explaining a new way of teaching math using IMP® was produced. How much has math learning changed since then? A lot, but there’s more change to come!

If you want to know how to create a great math circle students will love, check out this infographic for a great outline of how to get started!

Teacher Michael Reitemeyer shares his personal evolution from silencing students, to giving them a platform to find and express their voice.

High School math teacher, Teri Owens, explains why courage is a necessary precursor to change and excellence.

Not all students are opting out of standardized testing. only did Newtown students persevere in common core math testing, but they embraced the process and succeeded. How did they do it?

Science Friday host, Ira Flatow, and a star panel of math thought-leaders debate the merits of math education today and whether we are on the right path.

I would say that IMP is the best high school math curriculum that I know of that really takes a problem-solving approach… So yes, I’m a big fan.