The Montreal math circle
The Montreal math circle is an enrichment program which offers an occasion for students interested in mathematics to solve challenging problems at their grade level. The circle aims at bringing pleasure and confidence in children while doing mathematics. The problems during each meeting will be centered around a specific topic. The instructor is bilingual and will accommodate students from both English and French instruction schools. For more information, please feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The math circle resumed its fourth year of activities, offering three sessions of seven topics each.
Session 1: Sepermber 23 to November 4, 2018
Session 2: November 11 to December 16, 2018
Session 3: April 7 to May 19, 2019
If you would like to register your child for a session, please complete the form http://goo.gl/forms/Wji4AjIkGU. You must complete a separate form for each child you wish to register.
Cost: There will be a one-time registration fee of $60 per child for each session which will also cover the cost of materials for all classes in the session. This can be paid to the instructor at the time of the first meeting, in cash or by check (payable to: Concordia University). The Montreal math circle reserves its right to cancel a certain level if a minimum of 6 participants is not attained.
Parents of children attending the circle are asked to complete the following form and bring it to the instructor at the beginning of the session: http://www.concordia.ca/content/dam/common/docs/policies/official-policies/VPS-8_waiver.pdf
Please note: We reserve the right to take photographs during our outreach activities or events and use them for promotional purposes. Thank you for your cooperation.
|Grade / Niveau||Time / Heure||Topic / Sujet|
|3-4||1:00-2:30pm / 13h00-14h30||Secret messages (codes) / Codes et messages secrets|
|7-9/Sec I-III||11:15am-12:45pm / 11h15-12h45||Counting III / Dénombrement III|
|10-11/Sec. IV & V||9:30-11:00am / 9h30-11h00||One-twist polyhedron / Sur les polyèdres|