Lillian Moller Gilbreth. In 1915 earned a PhD in industrial psychology from Brown Univ., the first degree EVER in that field. First American engineer to combine the fields of psychology and scientific management. Partnered w/ her husband in their management consulting firm. She did volunteer work and projects for the government. All this while giving birth to and raising TWELVE children--only one of whom was born in a hospital.
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These task cards offer a great way to practice converting from scientific notation to standard notation and back. Use instead of worksheets to give students all the practice they need working with scientific notation. Perfect for math centers and stations, partner work, whole class review, and more.