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This blog, created in February 2013, features personal stories and photographs of the women in families who pursued education and work in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) before it was common for women to be a part of this field.
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Gradient and Slope

by Sandy Gade

This is a lesson on gradient and slope from Passy's World of Mathematics.
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This is a short guide to creating and grading quizzes through Google Forms.
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This YouTube video shows students how to solve problems using isosceles and equilateral triangles.
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This is a high- level talk by Oxford mathematician Marcus du Sautoy. He discusses the invisible numbers that marry all symmetrical objects. (18 minutes)
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Euclid

by Sandy Gade

Known as the "father of geometry", this is an overview of Euclid's life and work. (1 minute, 30 seconds)
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Currently in 40 schools, Tynker was developed specifically for children to learn about computer programming. There is no coding syntax required, instead this uses drag-and-drop programming.
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Smithsonian Science

by Sandy Gade

Welcome to Smithsonian Science – a website produced by the Smithsonian’s Office of Public Affairs featuring stories, photos and videos of Smithsonian scientific research that asks questions and explores issues relevant to today and pushes the boundaries of human knowledge.
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MIT App Inventor

by Sandy Gade

According to the site, "Creating an App Inventor App begins in your browser where you design how the app will look. Then, like fitting together puzzle pieces, you set your app’s behavior. All the while, through a live connection between your computer and your phone, your app appears on your phone." This site allows you to bypass professional app developers, and create your own app. The possibilities are endless.
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