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Mathematics in Three Dimensional Design: The Integration of Mathematical Thinking into the Design Core

Bridges 1998 Pages 203–208

Bridges 1998 Pages 203–208

Geometric Sculpture for K-12: Geos, Hyperseeing, and Hypersculptures

Bridges 1999 Pages 55–62

Bridges 1999 Pages 55–62

Barn-Raising an Endo-Pentakis-Icosi-Dodecahedron

Bridges 1999 Pages 131–136

Bridges 1999 Pages 131–136

Teaching Mathematical Thinking through Origami

Bridges 1999 Pages 191–204

Bridges 1999 Pages 191–204

Model Building - An Applied College Algebra Course Dealing with Observed Patterns - Abstract

Bridges 1999 Pages 297–297

Bridges 1999 Pages 297–297

Evolutionary Development of Mathematically Defined Forms

Bridges 2000 Pages 125–132

Bridges 2000 Pages 125–132

What Do you See?

Bridges 2000 Pages 315–322

Bridges 2000 Pages 315–322

Polyhedra, Learning by Building: Design and Use of a Math-Ed Tool

Bridges 2000 Pages 331–338

Bridges 2000 Pages 331–338

Humor and Music in the Mathematics Classroom - Abstract

Bridges 2000 Pages 395–395

Bridges 2000 Pages 395–395

The Development of Integrated Curricula: Connections between Mathematics and the Arts - Abstracts

Bridges 2000 Pages 396–396

Bridges 2000 Pages 396–396

Biological Applications of Symmetry for the Classroom - Abstract

Bridges 2000 Pages 399–399

Bridges 2000 Pages 399–399

Exploring Technology in the Classroom - Abstract

Bridges 2000 Pages 400–400

Bridges 2000 Pages 400–400

Humor and Music in the Mathematics Classroom

Bridges 2001 Pages 175–180

Bridges 2001 Pages 175–180

Finding Fibonacci: An Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Course Based on Mathematical Patterns

Bridges 2001 Pages 193–200

Bridges 2001 Pages 193–200

Mathematics and the Liberal Arts Curriculum

Bridges 2001 Pages 255–260

Bridges 2001 Pages 255–260

Study and Application of African Designs for Use in Secondary Education

Bridges 2001 Pages 299–306

Bridges 2001 Pages 299–306

Zometool Geometry Workshop - Abstract

Bridges 2001 Pages 329–330

Bridges 2001 Pages 329–330

Rhyming Reason: The Incorporation of Mathematics into Nursery Rhymes - Abstract

Bridges 2001 Pages 333–333

Bridges 2001 Pages 333–333

Teaching a Course on Polyhedra - Abstract

Bridges 2001 Pages 345–345

Bridges 2001 Pages 345–345

A Mathematical Look at the 7 Liberal Arts as "Humanities" - Abstract

Bridges 2001 Pages 346–346

Bridges 2001 Pages 346–346

A Course: Mathematics and the Visual Arts - Abstract

Bridges 2002 Pages 150–150

Bridges 2002 Pages 150–150

Fractions in Art and Mathematics

Bridges 2002 Pages 181–188

Bridges 2002 Pages 181–188

Preliminary Field Explorations in K-6 Math-Ed: The Giant Triangles as Classroom Manipulatives

Bridges 2002 Pages 205–212

Bridges 2002 Pages 205–212

Exploring Algebra with Creative Designs - Abstract

Bridges 2002 Pages 234–234

Bridges 2002 Pages 234–234

The Rootsellers - Retelling the Galois Group of Quartic Polynomial

Bridges 2002 Pages 235–246

Bridges 2002 Pages 235–246

Mathematics for Those Who Hate Mathematics

Bridges 2002 Pages 247–255

Bridges 2002 Pages 247–255

Connecting Mathematics and the Arts in the Elementary Classroom through Movement - Abstract

Bridges 2002 Pages 262–262

Bridges 2002 Pages 262–262

How a Math Class Can Be Two Places at Once: A Proposed Mathematical/Philosophical Collaboration

Bridges 2002 Pages 263–268

Bridges 2002 Pages 263–268

On the Shapes of Water Fountains and Times Tables - Abstract

Bridges 2002 Pages 314–314

Bridges 2002 Pages 314–314

Mathematics & Esthetics - Science and Art in the Bay Area

Bridges 2003 Pages 307–314

Bridges 2003 Pages 307–314

Diversifying the Curriculum: The Tessellations Case

Bridges 2003 Pages 441–448

Bridges 2003 Pages 441–448

Connecting Writing and Contextual Development with Mathematics in Introductory College Math Courses - Abstract

Bridges 2003 Pages 579–579

Bridges 2003 Pages 579–579

From Hot Spots to High School Geometry and Calculus

Bridges 2004 Pages 79–86

Bridges 2004 Pages 79–86

Mathematical Magic

Bridges 2004 Pages 259–264

Bridges 2004 Pages 259–264

Modular Origami in the Mathematics Classroom

Bridges 2004 Pages 293–296

Bridges 2004 Pages 293–296

Pedagogical Principles for Teaching Art in Mathematics Courses

Bridges 2005 Pages 119–120

Bridges 2005 Pages 119–120

A Computerized Environment for Learning and Teaching 3-D Geometry

Bridges 2005 Pages 149–154

Bridges 2005 Pages 149–154

An Interdisciplinary Course: "On Beauty: Perspective, Proportion, and Rationalism in Western Culture"

Bridges 2005 Pages 227–230

Bridges 2005 Pages 227–230

Looking At Math: Using Art to Teach Mathematics

Bridges 2005 Pages 231–236

Bridges 2005 Pages 231–236

Symmetries and Design Science: Two Graduate Courses for a Mathematics Education Program

Bridges 2005 Pages 357–366

Bridges 2005 Pages 357–366

Making Mathematical Posters

Bridges 2005 Pages 367–368

Bridges 2005 Pages 367–368

Paper Polylinks

Bridges 2005 Pages 505–508

Bridges 2005 Pages 505–508

A Thousand Cranes and Statistics

Bridges 2005 Pages 509–510

Bridges 2005 Pages 509–510

A Method for Illustrating Border and Wallpaper Patterns

Bridges 2005 Pages 511–518

Bridges 2005 Pages 511–518

Tessellation Techniques

Bridges 2005 Pages 519–520

Bridges 2005 Pages 519–520

Connecting Gross-motor Movement, Dance, and Mathematics in the Elementary Curriculum

Bridges 2005 Pages 521–522

Bridges 2005 Pages 521–522

A Physical Proof for Five and Only Five Regular Solids

Bridges 2005 Pages 523–528

Bridges 2005 Pages 523–528

Playing Mathematics and Doing Music

Bridges 2005 Pages 529–530

Bridges 2005 Pages 529–530

Dynamic Geometry/Art in Mathematics Classroom

Bridges 2005 Pages 531–535

Bridges 2005 Pages 531–535