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Wednesday, August 1 • 9:00am - 11:15am
Origami in the Math and Science Classroom

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Origami, the art of paper folding, has fascinated and intrigued people of all ages for millennia, including our very own students. Accessible to all, requiring only a sheet of paper, new, used, or recycled, origami in the classroom offers a unique and motivating way to teach math and science concepts and problem solving, encourage creativity and inventiveness, and expose students to other cultures. As such, the intended audience is any and all teachers. Participants will fold models that reinforce geometric concepts, fractions, measurement, simple machines, data collection and graphing, storytelling, and reverse engineering.

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Eric Roth

Teacher, Grade 4, Clayton Elementary School
I have taught elementary math and science in excess of 30 years, but I continue to look for innovative, creative, and effective ways to teach. Together with my co-teacher who specializes in language arts and social studies, we incorporate origami, classroom government, Greek Mythology... Read More →



Wednesday August 1, 2018 9:00am - 11:15am
JBWS 262

Attendees (46)