A night of math activities to inspire children, youth and families of the creativity and beauty of mathematics. UBC graduate students in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy and families together explore the power and mysteries of mathematics.
Exploring teacher professional learning in historically underrepresented communities such as Indigenous and rural communities that supports learning mathematics in connected, relational, and responsive ways to engage with and solve both local and global issues.
Richmond Centre Mall We won’t tell your children it involves the ‘M’ word!” The ‘M’ word? Yes, Mathematics! Our first Math at the Mall Event was a huge success with more than 150 people interrupting their shopping to play with mathematics at the Richmond Centre Mall on Thursday, October 4. Hands-on math activities including dice […]
Sara de Rose | Independent Music Archaeologist Sara de Rose invented Musicircle (http://musicircle.net/), a tool that teaches modern music theory using geometric shapes and a sequence of seven numbers. She invented Musicircle years before a 3000-year-old Mesopotamian tablet was understood to relate to music. In fact this ancient tablet portrays the relationship between numbers, music, […]
M in STEM: Exploring Mathematics in all Kinds of Places Tuesday May 14, 2019 Sty-Wet-Tan Hall, First Nations Longhouse 1985 West Mall UBC 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Registration Now Open Here Please join us for the 9th Indigenous Math K-12 Symposium at the First Nations Longhouse, UBC on May 14, 2019.
Please join us for the 9th Family Math and Science Day where families, children, youth, teachers and community members celebrate math and science teaching and learning. The event is for all ages! Experience hands-on math and science activities for curious and inquiring minds. Last year’s Family Math and Science day attracted over 400 attendees and […]