2017 Summer Camp
During our 2017 Summer Math Camp, co-directors of the Northern Colorado Math Circles, Dr. Gulden Karakok (UNC faculty member) and Mrs. Delia Haefeli (6th grade Math teacher) facilitated problem-solving sessions. In addition, two doctoral students of the UNC Math Departments, Mrs. Jennifer Zakotnik-Gutierrez and Ms. Alees Seehausen ran math problem-solving sessions.
Tentative daily schedule of the camp was:
9:00-10:15 Math 1
10:30-11:45 Math 2 (On Thursday we will have a speaker, Dr. Andrea James)
11:45-12:30 Lunch (Holmes Dining Hall)
12:45-2:00 Math 3 (On Tuesday we will have a speaker, Prof. Brian Dunbar).
2:15-3:30 Math 4
Each day, our undergraduate mentors provided guidance to students all day. We selected 4 amazing undergraduate mentors for Summer Math Camp students. Here they are:
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I am an undergraduate currently pursuing an elementary education major and a mathematics minor at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC). My hometown is Fort Lupton, Colorado and I live in Greeley during the week for school and to work as a resident assistant and academic mentor for Housing and Residential Education. I also have served as a mentor for UNC’s Math Circle’s 2016 Summer Camp and throughout my time at the camp I encouraged critical thinking through the use of math based activities and games. My drive to become a teacher started when I volunteered in high school for my local church’s after school program where I led lessons, games, and crafts. Ever since, site de rencontre entre ado sans inscription I have believed that learning should be fun and look forward to seeing every student’s face light up with every “aha” moment I can help them have.
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My name is Tim Clark, I’m 2017 graduate of the Secondary Mathematics Education program at UNC. Having done my student teaching at Westview Middle School in Longmont, I am very excited to return to Math Circles for my second year in a row in order to help students to exercise problem solving skills in a mathematical context! Additionally, I am very pleased to have the opportunity to work with students in a university setting, rencontre femme sourde et muette focusing on thought processes and creativity.
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Hello! My name is Lorraine and I am so excited to be a mentor for the 2017 Math Circle. I am currently a junior at UNC studying secondary math education with a minor in music. Teaching and working with students is a passion of mine and has been since I was in high school. http://www.lexiquedumanagement.com/milkivay/5096 I love to get hands on with math and help others explore all the wonderful and complex concepts math has to offer. Like i said, I’m very excited for this opportunity and can’t wait to get started this June. See you all then!
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Hello, my name is Adrian Ramirez. I was born in Dallas, Texas, but I spent most of my time in Colorado Springs, Colorado. I am a Mathematics Secondary Education major with an ELL Endorsement. All throughout Elementary and Middle school, I was pretty good at math, but once I got into high school, I found myself struggling more and more in math. However, I found myself more invested in math because gay dating in stevenage I was finally being challenged. I love being challenged and pushed. For me, there is no greater challenge than doing mathematics.
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