We were so fortunate to have an Evanston alum and math wizard, Anna Pierrehumbert, get in touch with us because she was interested in this project and model for helping others learn mathematics topics. She wrote a number of math lessons that involved collaborative work and active learning of math.

The following lessons can be viewed and used:

- Algebra

- Geometry

- Graphing: Matching graphs game

- Graphing

- Statistics

- Trigonometry: Instructions for making clinometer for trigonometry lesson

- Trigonometry

- Vectors and transformations cards needed for the lesson below

- Vectors and transformations

These lessons were used in Sierra Leone for the EducAid Math Fair!!

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