By Richard Hoshino
Follow Bethany, a small town Nova Scotian girl, as she overcomes many challenges on her road to success at the International Math Olympiad.
The most common question students ask math teachers at every level is “When will I use math?” WeUseMath.org aims to help to answer this question. This website describes the importance of mathematics and many rewarding career opportunities available to students who study mathematics.
This Is Statistics showcases the diversity of careers which involve statistics, and has pages specifically for students, parents, and educator. The site includes videos, career profiles, and much more!
This website features articles and information about careers in mathematics for students of all levels. The site includes career profiles, and fun activities that involve mathematics. In addition, there is a page of resources for teachers.
Nova Scotia Math Circles is dedicated to enriching the experiences of Nova Scotia student in all areas of mathematics. They aim to foster enthusiasm for math through interactive, creative, and meaningful presentations.
Math Circles hosts monthly events at Dalhousie University for senior high and advanced junior high students, and will visit schools ( of all grade levels) across the province for free.
Horse Lover’s Math is a website that brings children, horses, and math together. The website is for students ages 8 and up, and follows the math curriculum guidelines for grades 4 to 6.
This is a collaboration between Khan Academy and Pixar that gives us fun videos on how physics and math concepts are used in creating animations. The website offers behind the scene videos, and tutorials on animation.
From technology to nature, learn more about how a career in mathematics helps build the world around you!
This video was created by WISEatlantic in partnership with Techsploration.