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You may have seen my earlier email about a MathArt competition which now has
entrants from 6 countries.
The idea is that participanty countries will exchange entries so that there
can be a wordlwide network of international MathArt exhibitions.
Please put this to your NCTM committee - we would be delighted to have them
PS: Anyone esle who is interested too, in the USA or elsewhere, please
contact me also.
October 24th 1998 - the York Maths FunFair
Please tell your friends and mark it in your diary!
QED of York
1 Straylands Grove
York YO31 1EB, England
Tel: 01904-424242 Fax: 01904-424381
Email: qed Home Tel: 01904-424200
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-artsednet.edu
> [owner-artsednet.edu]On Behalf Of Lindlay
> Sent: 10 June 1998 05:25
> To: artsednet.edu
> Subject: arts and math
> Hello. My name is Linda Inlay and I'm the director of a charter
> school with
> an arts integrated curriculum. I also serve on the National Council of
> Teachers of Mathematics Student Services committee. We are
> looking for ideas
> to do a "contest" that is more a mathematical challenge for upper
> and middle school students. We had thought of putting together a
> challenge in
> which groups of students selected a community project iwhich
> requires the use
> of math (determining whether an intesection deserves a four-way stop;
> landscaping a garden,etc) and found that the National Science
> Foundation and
> the Bayer Foundation was sponsoring its first community service
> project using
> science instead.
> So, we're back to the drawing board. Since I am involved in an arts-based
> school, I thought that perhaps a mathematical challenge involving the arts
> would be unique.
> I have a meeting at NCTM hdqtrs on June 18 and would love ideas
> to take to the
> meeting. I would appreciate your sending me your ideas to: