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Do you love pi? Do you think math is so much fun? Do you appreciate a good puzzle? Then come celebrate Pi Day 2020! We'll learn a little about the number itself, how we determined what it is, how much of it we know, and why we know it is irrational and transcendental (and what that means). We will do some thinking about the digits of pi, play with some circle concepts, and explore rotational symmetry, ending with the creating of an ambigram. This class will have some overlap with Pi Day...
Students will learn about frequency of digits in irrational numbers. Students will apply pi to interesting problems. Students will learn how to use rotational symmetry to create an ambigram.
I love pi! I teach math as an exploration of ideas, and pi is an amazing idea to explore.
After the class, students will receive a packet of puzzles, games, and problems involving pi - these won't be your typical circle problems, I promise! All students will also be directed to a webpage full of pi day fun!
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Lisa Fontaine-RainenSpecializing in Gifted/Quirky Learners
65 total reviews
33 completed classes
Teaching and learning are passions - schooling is not. I have worked in public schools for 13 years, and know the joys of having amazing students and the struggles of fitting systems that aren't designed to work for them (or me). I teach nearly...