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Videos from the Circle in a Box

**Videos from the Circle in a Box: How kids can be passionate about mathematics** is an MSRI created movie that shows Math Circles in action. See students engaging in Math Circle activities from Berkeley Math Circle, San Francisco Math Circle, The Boston Math Circle and San Jose Math Circle ranging in ages from 5 - adult.

**Math Circle**

**Circle for Teachers**

**Sample Circles**

- Bob Kaplan - Cambridge, MA
- Ellen Kaplan - Cambridge, MA
- Paul Zeitz - San Francisco, CA
- Tatiana Shubin - Berkeley, CA

**Sample Teachers' Circle**

These are direct links to the videos. You may right click on the links and "Save as..." to download the videos.

**Math Circle**

**Circle for Teachers**

**Sample Circles**

- Bob Kaplan - Cambridge, MA
- Ellen Kaplan - Cambridge, MA
- Paul Zeitz - San Francisco, CA
- Tatiana Shubin - Berkeley, CA

**Sample Teachers' Circle**

- Teachers' Circle on YouTube
- Why to start a Teachers' Circle on YouTube

**Elementary Math Circle**

Julia Brodsky's Halloween Math Circle

If you would like a DVD mailed to you at our cost, please e-mail us at video@mathcircles.org, please include your name and mailing address in the e-mail. The full DVD also includes the Circle in a Box book as PDF. Which can also be downloaded at: http://www.mathcircles.org/GettingStartedForNewOrganizers_WhatIsAMathCircle_CircleInABox

The iso contains all the videos as well as the Circle in a Box book in PDF form. Which can also be downloaded at: http://www.mathcircles.org/GettingStartedForNewOrganizers_WhatIsAMathCircle_CircleInABox

Videos from the Circle in a Box (circle3.iso, 3.5GB)

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