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.
MakerFaire Austin 2019- Featuring 3 Women Mathematicians
We had displays on Karen Uhlenbenk, Mary Boole, and Marjorie Rice. Some people wanted to see a Voronoi pattern in a dragonfly wing, others designed and colored Marjorie Rice’s Pentagon # 13 and others were fascinated by Mary Boole’s Curve Stitching.
MakerFaire San Diego- a really fun time!
This big guy was on TV last night. He was right outside the Fleet Center where we set up. Looking forward to pursuing connections MathHappens made in with a new city. We had a great time testing our idea for teaching math with an Ozobot. Thanks Shane Hackworth for the ozobot and help at the booth. Click here for video!
Pfun Times at Maker Pfest!
We had a great time at Maker Pfest this past Saturday! The Pflugerville Public Library is a beautiful community space and we were pleased to see so many excited visitors at Maker Pfest. Abdulkarim and Arami, both part of the UTeach Maker program, staffed the event. Abdulkarim talked to visitors about the golden ratio calipers and how this ratio shows
Barnes and Noble Mini Maker Faire – Nov 11, 2017
Thank you to Barnes and Noble, Arboretum for a great time! We go to maker faires because we make math models and we want others to consider what they can make to help them understand math. And we go because its fun to meet people who want to learn something new, or revisit something old in a new way. We
Austin Maker Faire 2017
We got to talk with makers and math enthusiasts of all types, ages and interests. Our showcase includes math made with 3d printers, epilog lasers, an iPad app, leather, and plain old paper. Its fun to see it all together. Our table included several kinds of calipers and golden ratio examples, Lewis Carroll exhibit activities, La Belle 1600s navigation tools, and the