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=Advice on presenting at the Madison Math Circle=
 
=Advice on presenting at the Madison Math Circle=
This page will contain advice on presenting at the Madison Math Circle.
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This page is meant as a resource for presenters at the Madison Math Circle.
  
Who is the audience?
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==Who is the audience?==
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The audience currently consists primarily of middle school students, but there are some high school students and a few advanced elementary school students as well.  The number of students has varied somewhat dramatically in recent semesters, but you should expect about 10-20 students.
  
How should I spend my time?
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==Selecting a topic==
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We have seen successful math circle presentations on a huge range topics, including pure math, applied math, computer science, and more.  Basically any topic with a mathematical or quantitative component could be an appropriate topic. 
  
If you need supplies, please contact the organizers.
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The book Circle in a Box by Sam Vandervelde (which is available online http://www.mathcircles.org/node/65
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or at our very own math library).You can
  
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==How should I spend my time?==
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In order to
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==Supplies==
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==AV Equipment==
 
Comments on AV equipment.
 
Comments on AV equipment.

Revision as of 14:55, 14 August 2014

Advice on presenting at the Madison Math Circle

This page is meant as a resource for presenters at the Madison Math Circle.

Who is the audience?

The audience currently consists primarily of middle school students, but there are some high school students and a few advanced elementary school students as well. The number of students has varied somewhat dramatically in recent semesters, but you should expect about 10-20 students.

Selecting a topic

We have seen successful math circle presentations on a huge range topics, including pure math, applied math, computer science, and more. Basically any topic with a mathematical or quantitative component could be an appropriate topic.

The book Circle in a Box by Sam Vandervelde (which is available online http://www.mathcircles.org/node/65 or at our very own math library).You can

How should I spend my time?

In order to

Supplies

AV Equipment

Comments on AV equipment.