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Mathematics Bookmarks and Brochures

As promised in an earlier post, here are some more examples of mathematics bookmarks and brochures.  Eventually (as soon as the end of this semester), you'll be able to buy some custom designed bookmarks from the STORE link at the top of this page.

And as for the brochure assignment, it has been especially useful for my older adult students who sometimes don't have as much experience using computers.  I've had to walk them through how to use Microsoft Word to create a template, but in the end they've all thanked me for teaching them invaluable computer skills that they can transfer to other areas, which was definitely not something that they expected to gain from a math class.

Sample Mathematics Bookmark

Even though this bookmark has nothing to do with Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions (as it advertises to do so), I do think that it was wonderfully designed.  I just wish that I could find my printed copy.  The student printed it on heavy card stock and even hole-punched it at the top and strung a piece of yarn through the hole for a really professional touch.  However, I think had a couple of officemates from my past steal them.  Man oh man.

Bookmark Example 1.pdf
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