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|2017 M.A.T.H. Bowl Important Dates|
|Click here to view the Competition Timeline|
|2017 M.A.T.H. Coach Handbook|
|The M.A.T.H. Bowl Coach Handbook contains all rules and instructions for your 2017 team. NOTE: There have been updates to sections 7.2 and 7.12. Be sure that you read through the entirety of these sections prior to the competition.
Click here for the 2017 M.A.T.H. Coaches Handbook [Requires Adobe Reader]
|NEW! 2017 Elementary M.A.T.H. Bowl Results|
|The 2017 Elementary M.A.T.H. Bowl Results are now available!|
|Blue Class||Orange Class||Yellow Class|
|Green Class||Red Class|
|Standards to be used for 2017 M.A.T.H. Bowl – http://www.doe.in.gov/standards/mathematics|
|Process Standards – same for all grade levels
NS. Number Sense
DA. Data Analysis
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Coach Webinar|
|Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation that was used for the 2016 Academic Coach Webinar for M.A.T.H. Bowl coaches on December 14, 2016.|
|NEW! M.A.T.H. Bowl Practice Questions|
|The 2017 M.A.T.H. Bowl Competition will be using the same standards used for the 2011 and 2014 competitions. Instead of writing new practice questions for 2017, we have made available the questions used for those past competitions. By studying these questions with their teams, coaches can get a good picture of what the 2017 questions will be like.|
|2011 Invit. (Answers Separate)||2014 Invit. (Answers Separate)||2017 Invit. (Answers Separate)|
|2011 Invit. (Answers w/Questions)||2014 Invit. (Answers w/Questions)||2017 Invit. (Answers w/Questions)|
|2011 Area (Answers Separate)||2014 Area (Answers Separate)||2017 Area (Answers Separate)|
|2011 Area (Answers w/Questions)||2014 Area (Answers w/Questions)||2017 Area (Answers w/Questions)|
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Invitationals|
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Invitationals are local competitions that schools host as a way to practice for the Area competition. Invitationals are NOT a requirement. If you are interested in hosting an invitational, click here to download the question order form. If you are interested in attending an invitational, click here to view a list of invitationals that are being held throughout the state. Open invitationals are ones that are accepting registrations. Closed invitationals are not currently accepting registrations. If you wish to join a closed invitational in the future, please contact the coordinator that is listed and ask if they would be able to include you in the event next year.|
|Reminder to Elementary Coaches|
|Available competition class choices changed for the 2012 competition year. Elementary schools have 5 classes to choose from to enter their team(s). Coaches may choose to enter two teams in difference classes. For example, some schools that have 5th and/or 6th graders may want to add an additional team to allow their 4th graders to compete separately. Click here to read frequently asked questions about the Elementary Competition Classes. The 2016-17 Membership Participation Form is available online, and includes information to help schools enter the correct class. Each school will want to read the instruction carefully when completing the form, but the quick version looks like this:
Blue Class: Teams that include 6th graders, 187 Eligible Students or More
Green Class: Teams that include 6th graders, 186 Eligible Students or Less
Orange Class: Teams that do not include 6th graders, 163 Eligible Students or More
Red Class: Teams that do not include 6th graders, 162 Eligible Students or Less
Yellow Class: Teams Including ONLY 4th graders, regardless of size of school.
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Coaching Videos|
|Indiana State University has assembled two sets of videos, designed to help M.A.T.H. Bowl Coaches. The first series is geared toward giving tips about coaching the contest, and stars the M.A.T.H. Bowl Coach from Northwestern Elementary School, Jan Koloszar! Jan does a great job of sharing her successful system. The second set of videos discusses ways to teach the concept of “probability”, and may spark some ideas in both new and experienced coaches. Although the Topic Videos were created specifically for the 2011 competition, some elements may apply to future competitions, even through some topics will only apply to that specific competition year. Enjoy the videos. Thanks, Indiana State! Click on the links below to view the videos:|
|Introduction||M.A.T.H. Bowl Basics||Creating & Maintaining a M.A.T.H. Bowl Team|
|Why Do I Run a M.A.T.H. Bowl Team||Using the Handbook & Logistics||Putting Together a Team & Managing Practices|
|Subject Areas:||Probability||Probability & Statistics|
|“Funky” Means Problems||Counting||Key Ideas & Terms in Data Analysis & Statistics|
|Help Recruiting your Team|
|To help coaches save some time as you search out students for your team, IASP is making some printable flyers available. You can print, fill in your information, copy and post them around your building! The poster is designed to fit on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.
Click here for the M.A.T.H. Bowl Recruiting Poster. [Requires Adobe Reader]
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Proctor Instructions|
|Each team must provide an adult proctor at the contest. Please have proctors review the instructions before arriving at the contest.
Click here to view the M.A.T.H. Bowl Proctor Instructions [Requires Adobe Reader]
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Scoring Instructions|
|For instructions on how to complete all competition tie-breakers, click here.
To view a video on how to score your contest, click here.
|M.A.T.H. Bowl Student Answer Forms|
|Click here for a copy of the answer sheet used during competitions [Requires Adobe Reader]|
|Description of the Elementary M.A.T.H. Competition|
|The competition will be made up of four rounds with three different team members competing in each round. Each round shall consist of eight multiple-choice questions. The competition will be based on The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics publication Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics. This includes thirteen curriculum standards.|
Teams are composed ideally of twelve members. Eight others may be used as alternates. There is no limit of how many students may come from any one grade level. A student may participate in only one round. At the end of the fourth question, one or two members of the squad may substitute for students at the table.
All full-time students in graders 4-5 (6 where appropriate) are eligible to compete. Within these constraints, schools may select their teams in any manner and with any additional criteria they choose.
The competition will consist of four rounds with each round consisting of eight multiple-choice questions which will be read to the students and projected on the screen simultaneously. After consulting with the other team members at the table, the team captain will answer each question by circling the chosen response on the answer sheet. At the conclusion of the allotted time, (30-60 seconds) the proctor will grade each response before the next question is read.