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The innovative hands-on resource guide for grades K-8 presents practical techniques and strategies to teach mathematics across the curriculum using origami. NEW full color illustrations and easy to follow, step-by-step instructions develop basic educational skills. Interdisciplinary lessons and teacher scripts support National Mathematics Standards, cultural and cooperative learning activities that make learning FUN for kids of all ages...where EVERY child counts! MATH IN MOTION is designed to: 1) Support National Mathematics Standards 2) Develop a Positive Attitude Towards Learning 3) Integrate Literacy and Cross-Curricular Skills 4) Accommodate a Variety of Learning Styles. MATH IN MOTION offers a variety of TEACHERS INSERVICE, FAMILY AND STUDENT WORKSHOPS custom tailored to meet YOUR exact needs. For more information, visit: the Math in Motion website.
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International award winning educator and author, Barbara Pearl graduated with honors from LaSalle University with a Masters in Education where she received the 2003 Graduate Faculty School of Education's Excellence in Academic Achievement and Leadership Award. Ms. Pearl is Regional and Chapter President of Pi Lambda Theta, the International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education for the Philadelphia area. Nominated Second Vice President and Regional Director for the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, Ms. Pearl has been featured on national TV and in Creative Classroom and has been distinguished as an excellent instructor with a true love of her subject and a gift for knowing her audience. The author of Math in Motion: Origami in the Classroom and Whale of a Tale, Barbara is recognized around the country for her inspiring and motivational programs that promote a positive message about mathematics. As an international speaker Ms. Pearl has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe and Asia including Japan, China, Russia and the Gobi Desert. She developed Math in Motion in 1979 while working as a classroom teacher. Her background in mathematics and education inspired her to explore strategies that get students excited about mathematics and learning. Ms. Pearl has received numerous awards and grants, three times selected for National Library Week and participant in the J.F. Kennedy, Artists as Educators Seminar. Barbara is the recipient of the 1997 Ezra Jack Keats Award from the Los Angeles County Public Libraries for her multicultural Program of the Year and Bucks County Libraries as the National Library Week Travel Program. She installed the first Origami & Mathematics exhibits at The Franklin Institute Science Museum, the Philadelphia International Airport, Origami: The Universal Fold, and The Free Library of Philadelphia, Peace of Paper. Her work was recently selected as the 2006-2007 ARTMOBILE program and travelled to over 20,000 school children and adults throughout Bucks County, PA. The Spanish translation of Math in Motion is now available and Ms. Pearl is working on Book II. A percentage of sales is donated to children's and humanitarian organizations that support global education.
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