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### Mathemagician Vi Hart Explains Spirals and Fibonacci Numbers in Doodles and Vegetables

Mathemagician Vi Hart Explains Spirals and Fibonacci Numbers in Doodles and Vegetables. I love this video and all her others.

Mathemusician Vi Hart is back with anti-parabola propaganda and some musing on math class, cardioids, connect the dots, envelopes of lines, even a bit of origami. Also see Hart’s Fibonacci numbers explained in stop-motion vegetables, the Victorian novella Flatland on a Möbius strip, and the science of sound, frequency, and pitch in stop-motion doodles.

### Doodling in Math Class, Fractals Explained With Drawings of Dragons and Dungeons

Vi Hart's amazing doodling maths series is certainly too advanced for but it still funny, mesmerising and inspiring. Better yet, it introduces loops, sequencing and algorithms at a level that is accessible for most children to understand.

I don't even know if this makes sense. Boo cold. Try playing with this: http://www.khanacademy.org/cs/pascals-triangle/803149756 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulam_spiral Doodling in Math Class videos: http://vihart.com/doodling

Vi Hart - I never get tired of watching her videos. She has some really amazing ones on music and number theory. Enjoy - Doodling in Math Class: DRAGONS

Doodling in Math Class...Triangle Party...I love the Koch Snowflake!

I taught high school math for 14 years. My last years I went paperless. There are many digital tools that support teaching math and Google Docs is one of them. If your school has Google Apps for Ed...

### How I Rewired My Brain to Become Fluent in Math

"How I Rewired My Brain to Become Fluent in Math" | Sorry, education reformers, it’s still memorization and repetition we need.... Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

You doodle in my class...it better look like this!!!

What Project-Based Learning Looks Like In Math