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Tessellations, palindromes, tangrams, oh my! Women Who Count: Honoring African American Women Mathematicians is a children's activity book highlighting the lives and work of 29 African American women mathematicians, including Dr. Christine Darden, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, and Dorothy Vaughan from the award-winning book and movie Hidden Figu...
@dharmascholar This new book is fabulous -- My review --> – source
Phil ShapiroJul 22, 2020
Book review - Articulating Design Decisions by @tomgreever (an excellent book for both youth and adults, imho) – source
Phil ShapiroJul 18, 2020
Schools struggle with budget-breaking software bills while students endure locked-down computers and closed technology policies. Thankfully, there's a better way to empower and inspire students: the open source model.The Open Schoolhouse is a candid story and practical guidebook for school administrators and educators seeking affordable and powerfu...
@waldojaquith @charlie3 @opensourceway [email protected] uses that metaphor very powerfully in his TEDx talk here --> If you know school leaders considering the open source path, send 'em a link to this video - and to this book. Sound stewardship is ready and waiting. – source
Phil ShapiroJul 14, 2020
@matzmathmadness My favorite education book is Alan November's book - Who Owns the Learning. (My review is at A close second is The Open Schoolhouse, by @charlie3. (My review is at Dave Burgess' Teach Like a Pirate is outstanding. – source
Phil ShapiroMay 23, 2019