Enrichment
Mathematics: Inclusive, Connected, Empowering

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S1:E1 Odds and Squares:  Getting to know mathematics; how we communicate about it, and where it actually exists.

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Julieta
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S1:E2 The Fibonacci Sequence: We extend the Fibonacci sequence, see where it occurs in the world around us, and then ask a couple of questions.

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S1:E3 The Book of Squares Fibonacci wrote the book of square around the year 1220, He introduces his sequence in the book. But the introduction to the book is interesting and covers something we looked at previously.

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S1:E4 Pascal's Triangle  We continue with Pascal's Triangle. Then we find that we can count in Chinese. Finally we find a connection between Pascal's Triangle and one of the sequences we developed earlier.

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S1:E5 Growth Mindset 1  Growth Mindset is a way of looking at how you learn and improve your skills in mathematics. In this video we describe Growth Mindset. In the next video we show how it looks in practice.

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S1:E6 Growth Mindset 2  This video show how Growth Mindset works in practice.

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Mr. McKeague
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S1:E7 Sophie Germain 1  Sophie Germain primes and Fermat"s Last Theorem.

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S1:E8 Sophie Germain 2  This video discusses the obsticles she had to overcome to take her place in network of research mathematicians of her time.

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S1:E9 Expressions, Formulas, and Fermat's Last Theorem  We use the information in the first Sophie Germain videos to extend our work with mathematics.

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S1:E10 Ramanujan, Hardy, and Littlewood  One of the more interesting stories in the history of mathematics. And it reinforces the idea that mathematics is inclusive, embracing diversity. Ramanujan and Hardy are as different as two people can be, yet their shared love of mathematics creates an incredibly close bond between them.

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S1 E11  Diversity and Inclusion are Good for Us  We look at what the people in our presentations have to say about each other.

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