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View Resource ARTStem

What is ARTStem? According to their website, ARTStem is about "promoting collaborations that explore the relationship between learning and teaching in the arts and the so-called "STEM" disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics." Visitors to the site will find tabs for the different areas of art, such as music, dance, and design, as well as for areas of science, such as math...

View Resource Mathematics and Art: The Good, The Bad, and the Pretty

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) sponsors an annual MAA Distinguished Lecture as an occasion to celebrate the many joys of mathematics. Professor Annalisa Crannell of Franklin and Marshall College used this opportunity to talk about "The Good, The Bad, and the Pretty" of mathematics. Her wonderful talk can be found here, along with an interview that gives her the chance to talk about...

View Resource The Art of Teaching the Arts: A Workshop for High School Teachers

Teaching the arts is, as one might expect, an art in itself, and teachers young and old alike will find much to engage their attention on this delightful website. Created as part of the Annenberg Media's educational resource website, this site offers an eight-part professional development workshop for use by music, theater, dance, and visual art teachers. The site includes all eight of the one...

View Resource Wolfram Demonstrations

This page, by Wolfram Research, is an"open-code resource that uses dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and a remarkable range of other fields." The collection of demonstrations, powered by Mathematica, offers up a number of topics to be explored: "Mathematics," "Computation," "Physical sciences," "Life sciences," "Business and Social...

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