Marcy Robertson

- My SEMAC 2017 presentation for teachers can be found here.
- To give fractal background here's an interesting article from Wired about fractals in nature and Scientific American has some great articles, like here, here and here.
- An excellent website for fractals is here.
- A Masters Project by Bruce Lewis with lots of fractal activities can be found here.
- Triangular Graph Paper, useful for drawing the Sierpinski Triangle can be found here.
- A fractals unit for Elementary and Middle School students is here.
- A variation on my presentation could be done with the Koch snowflake, here's a link to the Khan academy which describes this nicely.
- For more advanced students, who are also interested in some programing with Python, there's a nice project here.

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