American children fall behind Asian peers in counting by age 5, they are two years behind in arithmetic by 3rd grade. Why is that? How do we close the gap? An online presentation reveals English hinderance to number development and counting. It offers remedies to give children a leg up in math development.
Brain training builds up cognitive reserve to counter aging decline. It develops super-agers who can learn and memorize 20 poems, how is your memory?
A warped sense of time during quarantine evoked an appreciation for living in the moment.
An online class of OMG was taught to students and teachers of Rio del Sol School in Oxnard, California. Since pandemic school closure, 20 online lessons have been developed for local school districts, they are open to public.
Origami conceptualizes math visually, eases math intuitively, and alleviates math anxiety for students. Its advantage in math education has been established in numerous studies worldwide and demonstrated in east Asia where origami is a popular school activity.
In the pandemic quarantine, the city of Los Angeles published an online cultural guide in May 2020 to celebrate Asian and Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month. This sculpture was curated into the publication.
This floating paper art was conceptualized during a whale watching in Magdalena bay of Mexico, a gray whale’s birthing ground.