I teach mathematics and science and I wrote (2000-2013) for "Scuola e Didattica"- Educational fortnightly magazine in Italian (Editrice La Scuola).
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Instead I am not interested in following people if they never engage with my own content.
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Oggi pomeriggio, alle 14, abbiamo letto a scuola il post del Carnevale americano con un gruppo di ragazzi di 2°B. Ci ha fatto un certo effetto sapere che a Houston, nel Texas, erano le 8 del mattino!
Il nostro contributo è stato presentato come segue:
"Annarita Rubertofrom Matem@ticaMente presents the article “How heavy the fish?” The original post was written in Italian, and here is Google’s translation of the page into English."
Interessanti i contributi. Tra questi, un originale video sul triangolo di Sierspinski, realizzato da Cory Poole, insegnante di matematica e scienze, insieme ad altri partner e i suoi studenti. Il famoso frattale è stato realizzato con 12000 tortilla chips!