The Spinning Tops—A Hands-On Approach To Woodworking, Math And More

This GASP Model Integrated Arts Project presented by boat builder, woodworker and GASP artist Chris de Firmian at the Arts Council’s 2nd Annual Open Eyes, Hearts and Minds—The Transformative Power of Learning Through the Arts institute provides resources for integrating project-based learning (constructing wooden spinning tops) into the core curriculum with a focus on providing students opportunities to visually and physically understand math and physical science concepts. For an overview of the project, access the GASP Model Integrated Arts Project PDF. For the referenced handouts, access the Supporting Handouts PDFs. To view or print out the PowerPoint presentation, access the Introductory PowerPoint Presentation PDFs.

GASP Model Integrated Arts Project

The Spinning Tops—A Hands-On Approach To Woodworking, Math And More

Supporting Handouts

Spinning Tops History Handout

Spinning Tops Construction Plans Handout

Introductory PowerPoint Presentation

The Spinning Tops—A Hands-On Approach To Woodworking, Math And More (Viewable Presentation)

The Spinning Tops—A Hands-On Approach To Woodworking, Math And More (Printable Handout)

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