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For Katherine G. Johnson, a love of math, coupled with positive self-assurance and sprinkled with a little tenacity, led to a life of ground-breaking accomplishments. Johnson’s hard work and life…

Back in the days of the space race, "computers" were people — often women — who performed vital calculations. Hidden Figures tells the stories of the women who got some of the first men to space.

I like this idea. These are a series of pictures from flickr. Not sure I like these specific ones though. "Bad" math in the everyday world. I think it'd be fun to find some of these and have the students figure out what's wrong with them. Also have them looking for examples in their world (I'd love to have a student bring a picture from their trip to the grocery store or mall!).

BAD MATH- Real Life Bad at Math Pictures! These are great to show your students to let them find the error.

These brave men and women were so wise to do this!

A mission where samara and Bleui have to go find or escape from something so they find a lady of hair in their species to braid an escape rpute on their heads

STEM Challenge! Building real-life models of rescue devices! Students must build a cranking device. Using a real life scenario the idea is to build a device to rescue a fallen friend- and it has a tricky part!

Can You Rescue Lego Man?

Building real-life models of rescue devices! Students must build a cranking device. Using a real life scenario the idea is to build a device to rescue a fallen friend- and it has a tricky part!

Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey Reveals 81% Of Hiring Managers Want College Grads Who Volunteer

Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey Reveals Of Hiring Managers Want College Grads Who Volunteer

Math Monday: Hole New Polyhedra  If you build a number of polyhedral models and count up their vertices edges and faces you many discover an interesting relationship especially if you look at sums and differences of these quantities.  polyhedron  vertices  edges  faces  tetrahedron  4  6  4  trigonal bipyramid  5  9  6  triangular prism  6  9  5  cube  8  12  8  octahedron  6  12  8  bilunabirotunda  14  26  14  Can you see a numerical pattern in the above? If you dont find it dont worry…

Math Monday: Hole New Polyhedra

If you build a number of polyhedra models, and count up their vertices, edges, and faces, you many discover an interesting relationship.

Vi Hart: Math Doodling - Multiple Means of Representation and Expression

Vi Hart: Math Doodling - Multiple Means of Representation and Expression

LOOK: Hudak's Math Skills Mocked

Tim Hudak is facing ridicule for what some economists say is a massive miscalculation at the core of his signature

you shall not pass

How I describe asymptotes to people. My math teacher told us, that to reassure your dad about a guy before a date, you tell daddy that you two will get closer and closer, but he'll never touch your asymptote.

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