About Math In Motion Camps

Math In Motion Camps teach campers that math is more than just numbers and memorizing formulas. The Math In Motion experience allows campers to build their agility and mastery in math by providing opportunities for them to creatively, collaboratively, and logistically explore problems in order to derive solutions they can be proud of. Math is a creative process that is always in motion. Math In Motion Camps provide experiences that spark motivation, ingenuity, problem solving and reasoning skills that help develop critical learners who can creatively apply math concepts to solve a variety of challenges.


Greg Tucker

Gregory Tucker has been in math education for two decades and has taught middle school, high school, and college level math.  In 1999 Greg founded “Math Tutor Advantage” Tutoring & Test Prep to provide remediation and enrichment for students from elementary school through college.  Greg is an adjunct math instructor at Volunteer State Community College since 2005.  Greg holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering form Northern Illinois University.

Robert Berkman

Robert Berkman has been involved in pre-kindergarten through 8th grade mathematics education for over 30 years in both public and private schools in New York City. For the first 15 years of his career, Robert taught 5th – 9th grade mathematics, before turning his attention to pre-k through 4th grade as a mathematics coordinator. Robert divides his time between coordinating the mathematics program at the Manhattan Country School, and long term and strategic planning at Better Living Through Mathematics, a company which specializes in various aspects of mathematics education, including professional development, curriculum development and children’s programming. Robert holds a B.A. in Urban Studies from Brown University and an M.S. in elementary mathematics education from Brooklyn College.