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Thursday, August 2 • 9:00am - 11:15am
Making Math: Innovating The M In Stem

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This session is for math teachers interested in hands-on activities, inquiry learning and making connections to the world beyond the classroom. MathHappens will share our experience using newly available digital fabrication and other media to create models, exhibits and displays. Attendees will view and use a variety of our best work, make a mathematical device to keep, and collaborate to brainstorm new ideas. We will bring items appropriate to elementary, middle and high school. This session will include applications for the classroom as well as the programming we have provided in collaboration with museums for math field trips in the Austin area. This session will not require technology.

Speakers
avatar for Abdulkarim Bora

Abdulkarim Bora

Project Manager, MathHappens
I was born and raised in Austin, TX and graduated from UT Austin in December 2017 with a bachelor's degree in physics and a physics/math teaching certificate from the UTeach Program. Currently, I'm happily working with MathHappens, a non-profit dedicated to innovating the M in ST... Read More →
avatar for Margaret Nott

Margaret Nott

math teacher, Math Happens
I have taught at Dobie (Austin ISD), Crockett (Austin ISD), New Glarus (Wisconsin), CEG2 Ouidah (Benin) and Austin (Austin ISD). I have taken math field trips to local museums & integrated maker space tools into my classroom (through Math Happens). I am a firm believer in not only... Read More →
avatar for Lauren Siegel

Lauren Siegel

Director, MathHappens
MathHappens is a fully funded Austin non-profit. We make models that can be used in classrooms to promote mathematical inquiry. We also organize math field trips to local museums and collaborate with the UT Math Department and UTeach Maker Program. At the Math and Science conference... Read More →



Thursday August 2, 2018 9:00am - 11:15am
JBWN 202

Attendees (36)