Presentation at SF State, May 1

I was invited by the San Francisco Teachers’ Math Circle to present some problems. Here’s the basic info.

When: Tuesday, May 1 at 6:00 PM 
Where: Trailer P (behind Thorton Hall) at San Francisco State University 
3699 19th Avenue, San Francisco, CA
As far as I know, the event is free, and dinner is included!
I will present a pattern blocks-based problem which will be familiar to people who have taken my Visual Algebra workshop. (But it’s a problem one can revisit, as there are lots of solutions!)
If there’s time, we’ll follow up with additional problems drawn from Algebra: Themes, Tools, Concepts, and Geometry Labs.
I have chosen problems that are accessible to students, at one level, but where there’s more to find out at a teacher level. If you haven’t heard me talk before, this would be a good opportunity to get acquainted. I hope to see some of you there!


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