The Central Florida Math Circle is an effort of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Central Florida to offer the middle/high school students of the Central Florida region an opportunity to have fun with mathematics.
The Math Circle is not directed towards a particular curriculum; it is not a class, a lecture or a tutorial. It is a directed experience in encouragement of student discovery of mathematics. We are happy to be part of a national effort “The National Association of Math Circles” to encourage and develop mathematical insight in students.
All sessions are guided by math faculty at the University of Central Florida. During the sessions, students will be engaged in problem-solving activities which will sharpen their understanding of the curriculum related topics. All physical meeting sessions will be held on Saturdays, 2:00pm-4:00pm, in the room 318 of the Mathematical Sciences Building on the UCF campus.
Fall 2018 Dates
As the campus would be closed due to football games, we plan to hold 8 physical meeting sessions and 5 online problem challenge sessions.
|September 15||1st meeting (Activity handout/challenge) [Photos]|
|September 22||2nd meeting (Activity handout/challenge)|
|September 29||Online problem challenge (Challenge)|
|October 6||Online problem challenge (Challenge)|
|October 13||3rd meeting|
|October 20||4th meeting|
|October 27||5th meeting|
|November 3||6th meeting|
|November 10||Online problem challenge (Challenge)|
|November 17||Online problem challenge|
|November 24||Online problem challenge|
|December 1||7th meeting has been Cancelled, due to the Conference Championship Football Game on campus|
|December 8||8th meeting & Celebration|
What should students bring?
Students will bring pencils and a loose leaf binder to hold the session handouts and their work product. Students will come with a desire to see mathematics in a different way.
Registration for the 2019Spring Math Circle will start soon.
On the meeting days, you can park at any parking lot without parking permit, other than the reserved parking spaces or meter parking spaces. The reserved parking spaces have numbers on the ground of the parking spot.
The closest parking lots to the Mathematical Sciences Building are Parking lots B2 and B4. The easiest way to get to the parking lots B2 and B4 is by entering the UCF campus through the Central Florida Blvd. You turn right at the Gemini Blvd S and then turn left at the first traffic light at the Andromeda Loop N. Parking lot B2 is on the right and Parking lot B4 is on the left once you turn left again after you get to the Andromeda Loop N.