I recently participated in a workshop hosted by the Museum of Mathematics about the Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Math Teaching. The Rosenthal Prize invites classroom teachers to submit outstanding, fun, creative, and engaging math lessons: the author of the best lesson receives $25,000, and other noteworthy submissions are honored as well.

The purpose of the workshop was to help prospective applicants understand the submission, revision, and judging process for the prize. The workshop panel included the directors of the museum, past judges, and three former winners of the Rosenthal Prize (including myself).

The video is embedded below, or you can watch on YouTube here.

Please spread the word about the Rosenthal Prize: it’s rare to have such incentive to build and share creative, engaging mathematics lessons!