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View Resource Landscape Architects

When your students think of architects they probably think of buildings, but there?s a broad career field that?s focused on designing all the green space outside of buildings. Introduce your stu...

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View Resource Bicycle Design

When GT Bicycle Designer Forest Yelverton gets to work designing the latest bike for kids or the US Olympic Cycling Team, his ability to think with the math and geometry he learned in school makes...

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View Resource Gems & Jewelry

Lines, curves, polygons and planes--gemstones and jewelry are rich in geometry. A jewelry appraiser, a jewelry historian and a Brazilian gem cutter give your students an inside look at the many...

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View Resource The Rhythm Track

When students ask, "Why do I need math? I'm going to be a musician!", introduce them to world-renowned drummer Ndugu Chancler. This six-minute movie contains amazing drumming, a breakdown of the...

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View Resource The Lundberg Farms

From planting the seeds to harvesting, and everything in between, Bryce Lundberg takes students through the process of growing one of our most important staples: rice. To ensure he grows a successful...

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