From: Patrick Rault, Network of IBL Communities and Megan Selbach-Allen, California-Nevada IBL Community
Dear IBL enthusiasts, (please forward as appropriate, such as to your regional lists)
Do you find that discussing IBL with your local colleagues helps to build deep collaborative connections and improve your teaching? Join a Regional IBL Community!
Please consider joining us for an informal gathering at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Denver:
Network of IBL Communities Leadership Meeting, Thursday Jan 16th 4:15-5pm
Location TBD - see https://www.comathinquiry.org/jmm-2020 24 hours before (new: https://www.comathinquiry.org/ )
Join us for a short meeting and conversation about the Network of IBL Communities. This meeting is for anyone interested in leading or starting a regional IBL Community.
IBL Communities Meetups for California, Nevada, Michigan, New England, Upstate New York, Maryland, DC, and Virginia, Thursday Jan 16th, 5:15-6pm
Location TBD - see https://www.comathinquiry.org//jmm-2020 24 hours before (new: https://www.comathinquiry.org/ )
In this first year of our pilot meetups, we welcome everyone from the listed regions who are interested in discussing IBL and getting involved in their local IBL Community. Each region will have a different meeting location, so check the website for where to meet. The regions represented in this pilot year will be:
· Maryland, DC, and Virginia
· New England ( https://www.ne-commit.org/ )
· Upstate New York
For more information about IBL Communities, please find us at https://www.comathinquiry.org/
Patrick Rault, Network of IBL Communities
Megan Selbach-Allen, California-Nevada IBL Community