We would be delighted to partner with you to establish implementation sites for the Intel® Math Program in your area.
There are a number of elements that are necessary to make Intel Math successful. Making sure that you have each of these elements in place (or will be able to bring them together) is key. And, of course, we are happy to assist in any way that we can, whether it be through our contacts, or assistance in grant-writing, etc. These elements are outlined below.
Each course is taught by a team of two instructors (an experienced mathematician and an experienced mathematics educator). Each potential instructor submits an application via our website (Instructor Application), and if chosen, participates in our four-day training session.
Perhaps you know mathematicians or mathematics educators you would like to recommend to apply as potential instructors?
Sites for implementation
Each class is comprised of the team of two instructors, and up to 30 participant teachers. You will want to consider on what scale you would like to implement Intel Math–the number of participant teachers, the subsequent number of classes, and the sites for those classes.
The cost for each 30 teacher course is between $35,000 and $40,000. This includes the cost of training the instructors, materials for the sites, and stipends for the instructors. It does not, however, include teacher participant stipends or amenities like snacks and lunches for teacher participants. Many of our implementation sites are made possible by state MSP grants, or other public funding sources. To estimate what costs might be associated with implementing Intel Math in your area, use the Cost Estimate Worksheet.
If you are intersted in partnering with us to implement Intel Math in your area, you can get more detailed information in our Brochure.
You are also welcome to email us with any questions about how to proceed–we are happy to help you bring the details together so that we can implement Intel Math in your area.