Two workshops are available.
Music, Math, Archaeology is a 90-minute curriculum unit, designed for secondary school or university, music or history of mathematics classes.
“This workshop offers deep and integrative insights into connections between ancient and modern music, mathematics, astronomy and cosmologies.” Dr. Susan Gerofsky, Associate Professor, Dept. of Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia (Mathematics Education)
This workshop is given in an online, video format, yet engages participants with hands-on model making activities. An online Q&A period with the author/inventor may be available.
Price for Your First Workshop: $150 USD (includes video presentation, paper models for up to thirty students, 10 Musicircles, and free shipping)
[Note: It is recommended that enough Musicircles be purchased so that there is at least one for every three students. Musicircles can be kept by the teacher for re-use in future workshops. If your class is larger than thirty students, contact us for adjusted pricing.]
Price for Subsequent Workshops: $50 USD (includes video presentation, paper models for up to thirty students, and free shipping.)
[Note: This package is only for teachers who have previously purchased Musicircles. If your class is larger than thirty students, contact us for adjusted pricing.]
The second workshop, Music of the Spheres for Children, is a week-long event styled after Missoula Children’s Theatre and designed for children ages 6 to 14. For information on availability and cost, please contact us.