OUTREACH PROGRAMS

October 22, 2017

Mathematics Outreach Programs
supported by the Fields Institute
2013-14

Cognitive Science

Fields Cognitive Science Network:
Empirical Study of Mathematics and How it is Learned

Nathan and Beatrice Keyfitz Lectures 2013-2014

Lectures

Royal Canadian Institute Lectures 2014

For up coming lectures supported by Fields see
http://www.yorku.ca/rci/Site/Home.html

Past talks webcasts

http://www.yorku.ca/rci/Site/Webcasts.html

Elementary and High School Mathematics 2013-14

Math Circles

Twitter Competition (submit before Oct. 15)
What would the world be like if the normal curve was not discovered?

April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014
Archimedes Math Schools

April 5, 2014
Math In Motion...Girls in Gear

Caribou Mathematics Competition @Brock
April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014.
for grades 3-8 students and teachers.


SCM School of Competitive Math, Ottawa
The SCM School of Competitive Math was established in the summer of 2010, in Ottawa Ontario.
SCM School Competitive Math Ottawa provides a competitive environment to learn advanced math concepts, running since 2010. The program contains around 110 students registered in three levels
- Competitive math- grades 7-8, Sept-May,
- Competitive math -grade 9, Sept-May,
- Competitive math - grade 10, Sept- May, -7:00pm
Classes are organized on campus at Carleton University, Ottawa. The program is free of charge. In addition, the School will administer 17 math contests in the academic year 2013-2014. Details at www.competitivemath.org


Math Circles
Windows in Elementary Mathematics
The goal of the project is to provide students, parents and teachers with insights into mathematics how mathematicians think

Math Performance Festival
for grades 4-6 students and teachers.

CEMC Think about Math! Conference
Think About Math! (TAM) is designed to ignite enthusiasm in high school girls for mathematics.
University of Waterloo

 

 

Undergraduate Opportunities

PAST ACTIVITY 2013-14

Twitter Competition (submit before Oct. 15)
What would the world be like if the normal curve was not discovered?

July 2 to August 23, 2013
Fields Undergraduate Summer Research Program

 

 
 



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