Math Adventures in Problem Solving: Geometric Designs

Get a peek into the beauty of mathematics as you analyze the intricate mathematical structures hiding in geometric designs such as stars, rings, and tiling patterns made from polygons.

(This course is targeted at children entering Grades 8, 9, 10 in 2020-21)


Mathematicians are not human calculators. They are observers who learn to see what the untrained eye does not notice and thinkers who use logic to look beyond the obvious.


This course offers you a window into the beauty of mathematics as you analyze the intricate mathematical structures hiding in geometric designs such as stars, rings, and tiling patterns made from polygons. 


The highly interactive sessions will involve working independently and in small groups as well as sharing and discussing your work with others. After each interactive session, students will work on their own to extend the problems further and frame questions for future exploration. Students will submit the assignments and their questions and will receive feedback and responses from the instructor.


Learn more about our expert course facilitator, Jerry Burkhart, here.