Math Kitchen

Speaker: Kathleen Caine
Cost: $130 for 4 Installments (Students must enroll in all 4)*
Ages: 6-9
10:30-12:00 pm PST 

Mondays:
October 5
October 12
October 19
October 26

THIS WORKSHOP SERIES WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE ONLY
 Zoom links will be sent upon registration.
*Participants must attend the entire series. Financial Aid is available!

Have your math and eat it too! Each session will have students cooking a delicious recipe while learning kitchen skills and exploring mathematics. Students explore problem-solving with fractions, unit conversions, weighted sums, and power of two while learning to make popular, kid-friendly recipes. Some supplies will be required (list will be provided with the Zoom link a week before the class). 

About the Speaker

Kathleen obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mathematics. Before moving into the field of teacher education, she taught at the middle and high school levels. In working with students on any type of problem solving, her goal is to make sure the setup of the problem is clear, and then be the questioning voice that allows students’ ideas to come to the forefront. Kathleen grew up in Hawaii and California but has lived in Massachusetts, Arizona, and even Germany. As a mother of two bright, inquisitive kids, Kathleen has worked hard over the years to provide opportunities for her children and their friends to make projects of their own vision. With her desire to provide a space to try new ideas and have a safe space to fail (but not give up), Kathleen opened TinkerSpace in Montclair, CA in 2018.