MATH HALLWAY IDEAS
As a Math Jedi, our first mission was to remove class walls from the math learning experience. As the first step, let's still continue to use the school building and the garden. Especially think about the hallways that the students spend their free time! If we could design some museumlike interactive displays so that they can enjoy, learn, and be motivated from, then they will start to see the different aspects of mathematics..
Imagine a school with the hallways that the students;

jump on the Königsberg Bridges on a floor mat, or

use Caesar's cipher to send each other crypto messages or try to solve the one wall, or

play with the Pascal Triangle to create Sierpinski's Fractal, or

draw shapes to create their own anamorphic designs on the circular grid by looking at a cylindrical mirror, or

read about Famous philosophers are also great mathematicians

get inspired by the Abel Prize and Fields Medal ...
A detailed explanation about each item will be updated soon as well as the garden designs.
An old touch screen TV can also be a great addition to the hallways of the school. We were lucky enough to have a Math TV where we can air global math, science, and tech news as well as announcements and interactive math games.
The possible content of a MATH TV will also be added to this website
CRYPTOLOGY AND
CAESER CIPHER
“Your mission ,……, should you decide to accept it, is… As usual, should you or any member of your I.M.
Force be captured or killed, the secretary will disavow any knowledge of your existence.
This tape will selfdestruct in five seconds. Good luck, ……...”
Click here for the cryptology worksheet
4D CUBE  HYPERCUBE
What do Loki and Salvador Dali have in common?
Click here for the Face Prints of the 4D Cube.
Tesseract can be group project for kids to research and come up with the face designs as well.
PASCAL TRIANGLE
By using the giant the doublesided interactive Pascal Triangle, try to find the answers of the following questions.
Click here for the Pascal Triangle tasks
7 BRIDGES OF KONIGSBERG
Can you find a route in the city of Königsberg that would cross each of these bridges only once?
Image is taken from Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. and used as educational purpose only.
ARCHIMEDES METHOD OF PICALCULATION
How did Archimedes calculate pi years and years ago?
Click here for the floor design
CYLINDIRICAL MIRROR
If you have a cylindrical column at your school, cover it with a mirrorlike paper, then start to work on your anamorphic designs.
Click here for the floor size circular grid
SCHOOL OF ATHENS
by Raphael
Have you ever realized the great mathematicians are also very famous philosophers? Would you like to see most of those pioneers at the same picture? Here is School of Athens by Raphael.
MATH AWARDS
FIELDS MEDAL AND ABEL PRIZE
Get inspired and motivated by the famous awards of the mathematics
Fields Medal
Abel Prize
and get to know the millenium math problems