During my sabbatical last spring, I spent a lot of time exploring, appreciating and contributing to the world of “mathematical art.” Among other things, I created looped animations, designed 3D-printed jewelry and other more abstract forms, and produced carefully-distorted sheets of lined paper. I was also able to interact with Continue reading Women Making With Mathematics
Mine is probably one of the more sparsely-decorated classrooms at Dana Hall School. I will throw a poster or two up from time to time, but as I learn more about teaching and learning, the messages I want to send my students tend to shift, and the posters come down. Continue reading WDYDWYDKWTD?