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View Resource Art, Design & Mathematics

Created by artist Melissa Tomlinson Newell and mathematician Deann Leoni, this page presents lecture-studio courses in both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional design. These courses allow students to explore elements and principles of design with a focus on critical thinking and problem solving. Syllabi for both courses are available, as well as some sample projects, student work, and instructor...

View Resource Ethnomathematics and History of Math

This page, by historians Tracy Lai and Ileana Leavans and mathematician Lawrence Morales at Seattle Central Community College, presents a course which incorporates anthropology, history, and art into math education. This course "provides a transcultural approach towards the understanding of the existing relationships between visual images, mathematics, and the written/spoken word." Here,...

View Resource Mathematics Across the Community College Curriculum

Most people might be aware that mathematics finds its way into a number of instructional programs and courses that are most decidedly not focused on this important discipline. Math is present in a wide range of courses, ranging from fashion design to sociology. Led by The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) along with a number of community colleges (including Miami...

View Resource Merging Perspectives: Art History & Mathematics

Created by art historian Mary Wills and mathematician Deann Leoni of Edmonds Community College, this course explores the connection between art history and mathematics through architectural design. Here, visitors will find a detailed Course/Project Description, Art History and Math Bibliography, grading rubric, student evaluation form, as well as four projects, a homework assignment, and samples...

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...

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