Geometiles on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Kids Edition

We are thrilled to see how Bridges to Science’s learners are engaging with Geometiles to explore math, as showcased in this report on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt: Kids Edition. In the first image, the ball-like object in front of the boys is a rhombicosidodecahedron. It is one of the Archimedean Solids, built with…
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The Math in the Window

When I first visited Finney Chapel at Oberlin College in Ohio, I was struck by the round window; it lacked the mirror symmetry typical of rose windows in Romanesque style buildings, of which Finney is one, and looked more like a geometry problem. Until I read more about its history, I thought it might be…
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Geometiles and the Path to Academic Success in a Post-Pandemic World

What are the letters spelling “28 LIBERTY” made of Geometiles doing on a hot summer day in Lower Manhattan? The venue was 28 Liberty NYC, a space next to an iconic office building on 28 Liberty Street in the heart of New York’s Financial District. The event was the 7th Annual New York City Math…
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