What ages? All We brought 50 lbs of wood math activities to MakerFaire Bay Area and we brought home about 3lbs of unused materials. We really enjoyed the enthusiasm! Many thanks to UTeach Austin Makers Mao Leonard and Ben Duong and CalTeach Student Celeste Gonzalez as well as Berkeley Grad and MH Boardmember Alex Siegel.
Favorite quote: “Oh my gosh! I can feel my brain working”. We had a great time at the Thinkery’s Community Spotlight: Women in STEAM. Thanks to Halle Herzog, Kyla Kalugden and Cassandra Gonzalez. We featured the irregular pentagon tilings and artistic butterfly stylings of Marjorie Rice. Marjorie Rice found 4 of the remaining 6 types that were still unidentified in
What a great way to start the new year! Mengyu Chen, a recent graduate of Vassar College signed on for our Parker Dewey Internship in December and I’m so glad she did. She did the intern reading, and spent some time with some calipers and other models. Then she visited at least two museums. She combined her knowledge of
Using an arts and crafts approach, we can teach a classic mathematics technique with low stress. We are providing the demonstration kit, a magnetic starter triangle and a simple straight edge (also magnetic) in sets of five as a door prize at this weekend’s Edcamp at Region 13, an UnConference for educators. We hope that the educators who win the kits
This is just a quick photo essay on Homeschool “March Mathness” at the Hill Country Science Mill. Abdul, Joshue, Rusheel and Lauren made the hour drive to bring three activities: The Birthday Twin Game, Mirror Art and Reflection Activities, and Window Chalk Constructions. Lots of smiles and a good time overall.
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