Hill Teaches Local K-8 Teachers about Math Concepts

The Greet Street Teaching and Learning Center is hosting the 2017 State Intel Math Class from June 19-30. The class, taught by Cameron Hill, assistant professor of mathematics, is open to any K-8 teachers in the state of Connecticut.

Cameron Hill, assistant professor of mathematics, is teaching the 2017 State Intel Math Class from June 19-30. The class is open to any K-8 teachers in the state of Connecticut.

Intel Math is an intensive, 80-hour, content-based course that helps local teachers deepen their own understanding of K-8 math content and connections between concepts.

Intel Math is an intensive, 80-hour, content-based course that helps local teachers deepen their own understanding of K-8 math content and connections between concepts. Hill is teaching the class at the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center.

Hill, who teaches Discrete Mathematics and Abstract Algebra courses at Wesleyan, has taught the class two years in a row.

Hill teaches Discrete Mathematics and Abstract Algebra courses at Wesleyan.

Teachers leave the class knowing how to use manipulatives as tools for students to find multiple solutions to problems. Hill also teaches how to use games to teach math.

Teachers leave the class knowing how to use manipulatives as tools for students to find multiple solutions to problems. Hill also teaches how to use games to teach math. (Photo by Olivia Drake)

For more information on the State Intel Math Class, visit this 2016 News @ Wesleyan article.