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Questions? Contact:

Jim Truslow, Director of External Programs at

Marc Buchner, Math Department Chair at



Where to Stay

Days Inn (1.3 mi.) 
460 Route 33 East, East Windsor, NJ 08520

Hampton Inn (1.3 mi.)
384 Monmouth Street, East Windsor, NJ 08520

Holiday Inn (1.4 mi.)
399 Monmouth Street, East Windsor, NJ 08520

Residence Inn (4.2 mi.)
2662 Route 130, Cranbury, NJ 08512

Hampton Inn (8.5 mi.)
153 West Manor Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691


the Problem-based learning math teaching summit

Sunday, June 28 - Thursday, July 2, 2020

This short conference begins with a one and a half day workshop for teachers new to Problem-Based Learning, while simultaneously experienced teachers are diving into deep discussions about their practice. The whole group then comes together for two more days of networking, deep discussion, and sharing learning and new ideas. Two keynote speakers will focus on theory and practice of mathematics teaching related to PBL as well as teachers with first-hand experience transitioning to PBL math at their schools.

Keynote Speakers

June 28: Chris Luzniak

author of "Up for Debate: Exploring Math Through Argument"

July 1: Peter Liljedahl, Professor, Faculty of Education, Simon Frazer University;

"Building Thinking Classrooms"

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Thank you for providing me with one of the best professional development experiences in my teaching career of thirty years and above all for encouraging all of us to challenge our ideas and practices in regards to teaching mathematics. past Summit participant