1. Tim’s profile was written by Katharine Owens and updated by Yvelyne Germain-McCarthy.
The following two articles provide additional information on Native American culture and
Rogers, C., and A. McLendon. (2015). Shayla: A portrait of the schooling experiences of an Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian Youth. Multicultural Perspectives, 17(4): 190-197.
Warner, C. (2015). Shayla: A Study of Social Studies Standards for American Indian Education. Multicultural Perspectives, 17(3): 125-132.
TODOS: Mathematics for ALL: An international professional organization that advocates for equity and excellence in mathematics education for all students—in particular, Latina/o students (http://www. todos-math.org/).
Educators of Native American Students (EONAS): EONAS is a special-interest group of TODOS. Like TODOS, it is an advocate for equity and high-quality mathematics education for all students, in particular Native American students (http://www.todos-math.org/assets/ SpecialInterestGroups/eonas_bylaws.pdf).
Vaughn Vargas on Protecting Lakota Culture with Science, Tech, Engineering & Math: Native Americans have been largely absent from the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Vaughn Vargas explores how traditional Native American culture and STEM can have a mutually beneficial connection (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QirWLWXQIys).
Resources on Rockets
Handmade rockets and launcher:
Germain-McCarthy, Y. and I. Gill. (2015). Bringing the Common Core Standards to Life: Exemplary Practice from High Schools. New City, NY: Tyler and Taylor Group Eye on Education (154-191).
NASA Rockets website: Instructions for making paper rockets and building the launcher used by Gill (2015) in the preceding reference (http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/295791main_Rockets_ Pop_Rockets.pdf).
Paper Rockets: Video for launching paper rockets (https://sites.google.com/a/bostonartsacademy. org/baa-steam/math-initiatives/paper-rockets).
Exploratorium Rocket: http://www.exploratorium.edu/math_explorer/BBO_makingRockets. html