Making Math Real: Algebra II
Starting on March 7 and continuing through May 3: Making Math Real: Algebra II. After three years of preparation, the brand new 10-day course, Making Math Real: Algebra II will begin. With the course binder at 430 pages, this may prove to be the most intensive MMR course yet. We are very excited to present this new course to those who requested it and have waited so long for it to become a reality.
We want to acknowledge the commitment and hard work from the 20 people who made this new course possible. Their efforts in support of the “If You Build It” campaign provided the basis for David Berg to create the course, and we hope this new course will become a permanent part of the MMR series of courses.
For everyone who completed Algebra I, we hope you will join us for this vital new course in the MMR series.
Curious & Wonderful:
Selections from the Achenbach Vault
Now through March 22: David Berg’s artwork, “Buttes & Plains” 1995, is included in a current exhibition at the Legion of Honor museum in San Francisco entitled “Curious & Wonderful: Selections from the Achenbach Vault”. The exhibition continues through March 22.
The exhibition is an exquisite jewel of an installation (the installation is a work of art unto its own) in a very intimate space including works from artists across the centuries and around the world that also include such luminaries as Pablo Picasso and Toulouse Lautrec.
We hope you are able to visit the Legion of Honor and view the exhibition before it closes on March 22. It is located in the Reva and David Logan Gallery downstairs from the main entrance of the museum.
The Legion of Honor has free admission on Saturdays for Bay Area residents who show ID.
In addition to being Founder, Director, and Creator of Making Math Real, David Berg is also an artist, musician, and composer.
As an artist, David has exhibited internationally and his work is in public and private collections around the world including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The Contemporary Art Museum of Hawaii and more. Recently, David was included in his fifth exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA), “Lens Work: Celebrating LACMA’s Experimental Photography at 50”, and LACMA has just acquired two more pieces of David’s work for their permanent collection.
Northern California Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (NCBIDA) presents Making Math Real: The Clinically Prescriptive Methodology for Students with Math LD — A Workshop for Educators & Parents
Saturday, March 28: David Berg, in conjunction with NCBIDA, will present a 1-day workshop for educators and parents at North Bridge Academy, 17 Buena Vista Avenue, Mill Valley, CA from 8:30am – 4:00pm workshop and 4:00pm – 4:30pm Q&A.
David Berg is donating his services to benefit NCBIDA, a wonderful learning disabilities organization, although dedicated to providing support and research for dyslexia and reading, continues to include math in its outreach to its public. David has been a member of NCBIDA for 25 years and has donated his services in support of NCBIDA numerous times over the years as a way express his acknowledgement and appreciation of their efforts to include math as part of their drive to increase the development of literacy and numeracy for all students.
REGISTER for the March 28 workshop here:
HURRY — workshop space is still available but filling quickly!