Artist-Created walkSTEM® Maps
talkSTEM enjoys working with talented artist, Julie McLaughlin, based in Vancouver, Canada, who creates beautiful maps for some of our walkSTEM tours. We share these because they are colorful representations of some of the spaces we have worked and also because we invite students and teachers to use these as models. Create your own walkSTEM tour maps and share with us! Have your students do the same and make sure to share that a map is both a mathematical representation and can also be a piece of art!
Here are some walkSTEM stops about maps:
walkSTEM@NorthPark Center — How Do You Use Scale to Read a Map?
walkSTEM@RedBird — How Can We Determine Map Scale?
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