I’m a few days behind on my 180 project, so that is why there is a picture from “the future”! Daily date doodles are on instagram
I got two great books on women in STEM that will help in my #dailydatedoodle project this year.
Fantastic work this week by the students – looking like it will be another great year.
After π day and Ides of March illustration I decided to help my drawing skills and continue life-long learning to start a science-focused #dailydatedoodle on my whiteboard above my objectives. One week in and I’m really happy that I’ve taken on this challenge, it has become a discussion piece in class. What it is also showing me is the need to rewrite women back into history, especially the history of science. Using common sources as Wikipedia and a few “on this day” websites I’ve found little mention of women in STEM related fields.
Examples of On this day resources I’ve used so far
A teacher friend just recommended this website to me to check out, will add this to the list!
If you’re interested, come check it out
After doing two days of doing date doodles, I’ve decided to challenge myself by doing a #dailydatedoodle of STEM (usually) based history. Today is Caroline Herschel’s 266th Birthday