Math and science sound like opposite ends of the spectrum, but the reality is that they are very well connected and related. All the patterns and shapes that you see in the natural world are the building blocks of math.
In this FREE educator workshop we will use real life examples and phenomena to help educators incorporate nature into their math curriculum. In this workshop we will look at things like the Fibonacci sequence, the golden ratio, concentric circles, and fractals.
So, who should attend? This workshop is designed for informal and formal educators that teach grades K-4 in math, science of other interdisciplinary subjects. Participants will receive nature in math curriculum, literature books, and other mathematic and nature-related resources.
Participants must attend the FULL class to receive these resources. Class is limited to 20 participants, register today!
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