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5 Things a Math Lover Does During the Holidays

The holidays mean different things to different people. It's a time to relax and have fun, a time to do nothing or to get a lot done. For a math lover, the holidays can mean something entirely different. Here are 5 things every math lover can relate to:

 

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Math on the Go! (Thanksgiving Edition)

Turkey Math!

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Math On the Go! Pumpkin Math

Make your own origami pumpkin!

 

Watch the video below to learn how. As you fold, try to figure out the number of triangles you're creating in the process!

 

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The Ugly Truth about Motivating Your Kids

A lack of motivation for learning in children is one of the most common teacher and parent complaints that I hear. But what is it that we are really talking about and looking for in our children when it comes to motivation?

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When it Comes to Girls and STEM: Learning Environment Matters

My first job after immigrating to the United States was as a mechanical/software engineer for a small engineering company. At the time, it was a company of five engineers, all male, and a female accountant and secretary - fairly standard demographics for 1989. Then, suddenly, the owner of the company decided to hire me - a 30-year-old female mechanical and computer engineer from the...
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