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The Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Rectangle - A Math Class for Number Geeks
The perfect math class for learners who are awed by the wonder of math! In this one time class we will explore the Fibonacci Sequence and discover how it is found in nature. We'll then use what we learn to build our own "Golden Rectangle!" #academic
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Are you a numbers geek? Are you awed and amazed by the wonder of math? Do your eyes water at the thought of patterns and sequences? Come find your people! Join us as we explore the Fibonacci Sequence, uncover the hidden pattern in the numbers, and discover where these numbers are found in nature. Once we identify the sequence, we will use the numbers to create a "Golden Rectangle," a "Golden Spiral," and finally, to identify the "Golden Ratio." Come! Be "Golden" with us! Let's be awed and...
At the end of this class, learners will be able to: Identify the pattern within the Fibonacci sequence and generate the next number in the sequence. Identify Fibonacci numbers in nature. Create a "Golden Rectangle" Create a Fibonacci Spiral and identify the Fibonacci Spiral in nature. Define the "Golden Ratio"
As a former Math/Science teacher I have spent countless hours helping elementary school aged children discover the wonder of learning. I was privileged to begin my career in the world of Special Education, taught many years in the general education setting, and ended my career in Gifted Education. My ESL certification allowed me the honor of also working with countless children who were just learning English as their second language and what a joy it was to introduce them to my native language. Helping students discover their talents, passions, and strengths is one of the things that brings me the greatest fulfillment in life. Encouraging each child to find a way to plug those talents into his or her learning is a vital part of who I am. My work as a Gifted and Talented Specialist taught me the importance of inspiring children to look beyond the obvious to the abstract and helped me to see the joy that comes from viewing every child through the lens of his or her strengths. My hope is that, through my teaching, I can help each child to see himself, or herself, through that lens as well.
2 -3 pieces of one quarter inch graph paper (You can print some at enchantedlearning.com/math/graphs/graphpaper) colored pencils math compass (optional)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.