## A pome a day

Greg Casperson is a graduate student in our Ed Psy & Ed Tech program. He has been engaged, over the past few months, in the most interesting experiment. He ...

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# Tag: Poetry

## A pome a day

## On breaking the rules (and words)

## Poem or Pie

## Limerick on Math & Beauty

## Teaching design, some ideas

## For Sean & his students

## Palindromic poetry in prison, introducing Sandra Gould Ford

## A tangent, a line & a circle, another Math-Poem

## The mathematical “i”

## Math-Po (Mathematical Poetry): Goldbach’s Conjecture

## Poetry, Science & Math, OR why I love the web

## Postdictable, the commercials

## Shreya’s blog, new Sci-Po’s

Living at the junction of education, creativity, technology & design

Greg Casperson is a graduate student in our Ed Psy & Ed Tech program. He has been engaged, over the past few months, in the most interesting experiment. He ...

My daughter on her blog has a new poem / haiku called Sweat, a haiku with one glich. She is in India right now where the temperatures are easily in the 90’...

I recently read the following poem by Grace Paley and just had to write a response. Anyway, here’s the original poem: The Poet’s Occasional Alternat...

Image credit: eoliene_pe_campii Mathematical Beauty: A limerick Punya Mishra, Jan 27, 2010 Doesn’t it just gladden your heart to see These games we can play wit...

I recently received an email from a teacher in Poland, seeking advice for a curriculum outline for their Design Technology Section. They said, and I quote: Unfo...

Sean had this wonderful post on his blog (Is this a sluggish strategy?) about this whole scientific and mathematical poetry that is going around. He links to so...

Those who follow this blog know that I love visual wordplay. This is most commonly seen in my ambigram work but another area where I have spent some time is in ...

A tangent, a line and a circle A math poem Image credit: chrstphre (on Flickr) A point outside a circle, shoots out two lines one heading for the center the oth...

I guess ’tis the season of Math-Po’s! Sue VanHattum, whose challenge started all this, commented on my recent Math-Po (Math-Po (Mathematical Poetry)...

My previous post (Poetry, Science & Math, OR why I love the web) mentioned a challenge by Sue VanHattum of “Math Mama Writes” to “write a ...

A 5th grade science assignment, transformed. A rant about Mother Goose. A math poetry challenge! How did that come to be? And what does that have to do with lo...

I had written earlier about the idea of “postdictable” which was defined as something that is “surprising initially, but then understandable w...

Shreya, my daughter has a blog, Uniquely Mine. An RSS feed from her blog can be found right here (just scroll down and see the right column). Anyway, over the p...