Sleepaway Camp

Sleepaway Camp

Edited By Brian Bushart @bstockus

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Online Professional Development Sessions

Summer Vacay!

It’s summer vacation for webinars at Global Math. We’ll be back in August.  We’re sad, too! There’s never been a better time to binge watch recordings of past presentations. Check them all out here!

Math Camping in Minneapolis

Dammit, I Want In!

This weekend marks #TMC16 held in Minneapolis, MN. I’ve reviewed the program and looked at numerous posts on Twitter and have decided, “Dammit, I want in!” I no longer want to learn vicariously through the posts of the loyal #MTBoS, although the posts have been enlightening.  

Thanks @jreulbach for this collection of notes.

From posts like these:


I’m going to begin “stacking my chips” to be present for Twitter Math Camp 2017.  I’m sure I’m not the only one looking forward to the blog posts which will come out of this year’s #TMC16.

Written by Jenise Sexton (@MrsJeniseSexton)

Twitter Math Camp – The Video Experience

Not everyone can be at Twitter Math Camp, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on everything that’s going on! Glenn Waddell has you covered on his YouTube channel (Thank you, Glenn!) where he has been sharing videos of the My Favorites sessions as well as the powerful keynotes from Jose Vilson, Tracy Zager, and our very own Global Math Co-Chair Dylan Kane. There’s even a musical number from Gregory Taylor that is not to be missed.

By the time this newsletter finds its way to your inbox, we’ll likely know the location and dates of TMC17. If you’d like to join in the fun in person next summer, get that on your calendar now! Also, be sure to follow @TMathC so you don’t miss announcements about speaker proposals and registration dates.


Written by Brian Bushart (@bstockus)

This Game is A-Maze-ing

This week the math puzzle app Sumaze made the rounds on Twitter. It’s a maze game that incorporates all sorts of mathematical concepts into each level’s solution. And best of all, it’s free! Download the app for iOS or Android.

If you like the game, the sequel was just released. It uses fractions, decimals, and percentages and can be a great challenge for older kids or adults.


Written by Kent Haines (@KentHaines)

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