Workshop: Seeing God's Design in Nature through Math
What do a pineapple, a flower, a snail shell and a piano keyboard have in common? How do they relate to mathematical patterns? God's beauty in creation is evident all around us and math helps us see his design in patterns and relationships. Come explore some of these connections through a series of hands on activities.
Stephen Vincent has been teaching math in Saskatoon at the high school and elementary level for the past 13 years. He has a passion for the aesthetics in math, helping others to see the natural beauty of patterns and designs being brought to light through mathematical discovery. He lives in Saskatoon with his wife and three boys. Other interests include sports of any kind, camping and board games.