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1. Culturally Situated Design Tools - African Fractals, Cornrows, Graffiti, Pyramids, Latin Percussion (external link)
Abstract: Nearly a dozen online software programs that help students learn standards-based mathematics as well as learn about different cultures and arts, including Latino percussion, graffiti, African-American cornrows, Navajo rug weaving, etc.
Category: Fractals, Geometry, Cartesian Graphs, Polar Graphs, Fractions, Least Common Denominators

2. Native American Beading: Coordinate Planes (external link)
Abstract: This lesson introduces students to Cartesian planes and graphing in the context of Native American beading. It can also tie in computer-generated beading a program if you have computer access.
Category: Cartesian Planes, Graphing

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K. Wayne Yang
2007 Panelist
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies
East Oakland Community High School