# Mathematicians

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MATHEMATICIANS: Fern Hunt, Ph.D., Research Mathematician at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Mathematical Modeling Group, gives a brief lesson on the Fibonacci Numbers #CareerGirls

What Good Mathematicians Do: poster and bookmark set. These posters are a great addition to any classroom! There are various sizes included to meet the diverse needs of learners and teachers. The full size posters are great for displaying on the board or in a bulletin board. They come with “I can…” and “I know…” statements. The half size posters are great for displaying in a area of limited space. The bookmarks can be printed and glued into math journals or planners.

Minimal Posters - Five Great Mathematicians And Their Contributions. Sacred Geometry <3

Minimal Posters - Five Great Mathematicians And Their Contributions. Sacred Geometry <3

Minimal Posters - Five Great Mathematicians And Their Contributions. Sacred Geometry <3

Female Math Pioneers: " Since Hypatia made her mark in ancient Alexandria, women have been changing the world with their contributions in mathematics. In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting highlight the contributions of nine of the ground breaking women who did their work despite some incredible obstacles."

Fetching minimalist prints honor mathematicians and their contributions "Necagono geometry" Padão

Minimal Posters - Five Great Mathematicians And Their Contributions. Sacred Geometry <3

Minimal Posters - Five Great Mathematicians And Their Contributions. Don't forget to mention Leibniz! He invented it at the same time as Newton and his notation was better!

Math History Through Biographies Biographies are a mainstay of a living books curriculum. Therefore biographies of mathematicians are a key part of living approach to math. In my transition to living math, I bought the book, Mathematicians Are People, Too. It is composed of 15 chapters, each recounting a specific incident from the life of a famous mathematician.

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6 Jobs You Can Get With A Math Degree - I hate extra long pins...but this is worth it.

Diagrams of B. W. Betts from Geometrical Psychology, by Louisa S. Cook, which details New Zealander Benjamin Bett’s remarkable attempts to mathematically model the evolution of human consciousness through geometric forms

Geometry Right Triangles and Trigonometry Quick Reference Sheets

Slope Infographic - great study guide for main ideas about the slope of a line

High School Geometry blog post - Adding a step to my sequence of lessons for introducing geometry proofs made a huge difference!! Free downloads for your classroom

COLORFUL FRACTION BARS - free printable

26 Conceptual Science Marks by Youhhou on @creativemarket

Practice skip counting by 10 using bottle caps and beads. It's a fun and easy way to help your child learn.

Universal ratios - hmmm, I'm not sure what this diagram is trying to convey... But this seems like it might make a good foundation for a magic system.

Love the spiraling in of the numbers...it almost feels like it is water swirling down a long hole.