Recording of NYC Math Festival 2020 – Online!
This is a recording of a live-streamed event that took place on Saturday, July 18, 2020.
Appropriate for all ages.
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This page provides a full video recording of the entire festival (almost six hours) as well as individual recordings of each festival segment (about 15 minutes each) in order of appearance.
Visit nycmathmaterials.momath.org for a list of materials to have handy during each segment.
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Full Video Recording
International Math Salute with James Tanton
Logic Puzzle with John Urschel
Folding Fun! with Wendy Zeichner
Moving in Circles with Karl Schaffer
One Step Back, One Step Forward with Ralph Pantozzi
Rubik’s Cube With Feet with Daniel Rose-Levine
The Doomsday Rule with Peter Winkler
Math Raps and the Math Behind Them! with Mike Andrejkovics
Fun with Mathematical Definitions with Christopher Danielson
Numbers Meet Shapes in 3D Geometry with Bruce Bayly
Mathemagics! with Art Benjamin
How to Fold Things into Thirds, Thirty-Thirds, and Three-Hundred-and-Thirty-Three-“irds”
with James Tanton
Brainteaser Kahoot with Steve Sherman
Mime-matics with Tim Chartier
Conway’s Rational Tangles with Alex Kontorovich
A Four-Card Mathematical Magic Trick with Manjul Bhargava
Activities from the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival with Mark Saul
Math Meets Art: Rubik’s Cube Mosaics with Lauren Rose
Can Math Help You Juggle? with John Chase
Math in Motion: Build Your Own Paper Spinner with Yana Mohanty
Finding and Creating Symmetry with David Reimann
Engineering with Paper with Godwyn Morris
Math, Music, and the Moral Imagination with Marcus G. Miller