Given the numbers and data at our fingertips in this digital age, mathematical and digital literacy skills are imperative when it comes to understanding natural and social phenomena and making good decisions. As teachers we are responsible for helping students make sense of this information

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### Matthew S. Neel

This mathematical method can be used to find the size and shape of the bricks necessary to create a corbeled arch of nearly any shape. This method focuses on finding the minimum lengths of the bricks necessary to create a mathematically stable arch subject to certain constraints.

### Stacy K. Boote and Terrie M. Galanti

Elementary school students use physical manipulatives (e.g., pattern blocks) to make sense of the geometry and measurement ideas in a Code.org block-based programming lesson.

### Kym Fry and Lyn D. English

Grade 4 students engage in problem solving through inquiry in an agricultural science context.

### Joanna Papakonstantinou

Students create clever mathematical Valentine’s Day cards.

### Maria Franshaw

Mathematics abounds in the beauty of the seasons. Where you live, work, or travel, how do you engage with and explore the wonders of math in our natural world?

### Victor Mateas

How trigonometry is used and portrayed differently in mathematics and physics textbooks highlights potential sources for student struggle, constraints on our trigonometry curriculum, and lessons learned when looking across STEM disciplines.

### Enrique Ortiz

Examine this geometric figure in light of a set of connections among fields such as architecture, geometry, science, sports, technology, and associated uses, models, and discoveries.

### Katherine N. Vela, Michelle Parslow, Rita Hagevik, and Kathy Cabe Trundle

A real-world integrated activity allows middle school students to design a scale drawing for a garden at their school.