Halves, wholes, fourths, slices,

All are considered fractions,

Broken in pieces.

Lindsey Desmarais

## Category: Experiences with Math

## The Passing of Time

will it ever slow?

tick tock the clock never stops

as the days go on

Ashlyn Littlefield

## Ubiquitous

twenty- four / seven

numbers are ubiquitous

within all places

Mackenzi Veilleux

Thomas College – Pre-service Teacher

## Pandemic Curve

Melbourne’s 2nd wave

of confirmed COVID cases

starts to gently drop

Michael Leach

Monash University School of Rural Health

## Cracked Mirror

in a cracked mirror

fragments of my younger selves…

this fractal lifeline

Julie Bloss Kelsey

## Brain Software Warning

brain software warning:

upgrade prefrontal cortex

for calculus class

Julie Bloss Kelsey

## Modular Arithmetic

Five plus eight makes one?

Count the hours as they wrap.

Math around the clock!

Madeline Barnicle

## Connected

All roads lead to Rome,”“and the mathematical

world is “connected.”

From the Princeton Companion to Mathematics

found using Haiku Finder software and selected by Angela Brett

## Remainders

The remainders get

smaller each time but cannot

go below zero.From the Princeton Companion to Mathematicsfound using Haiku Finder software and selected by Angela Brett

## Method Selection: Practical strategies to help students interpret problems- David Busby

Teachers can model,

The decisions they’re making,

To choose which method.

@InformalTeacher

Summary of the video presentation Method Selection: Practical strategies to help students interpret problems presented by David Busby at The Complete Mathematics Conference. Haiku originally posted at the Informal Maths Teacher blog.