Applying Math beyond the Classroom Walls
October 7, 2020
The students in Mr. Andrew Linquist's General Applied Math class at Chinook High School were busily engaged in a real-world math lesson on Friday, September 25. In a Boone and Crocket Club scoring simulation, students measured antlers that they had brought in from various hunts or as shed finds.
Stacie Liddle, who had been absent the previous day, was working on the measurements of a mule deer rack from a buck bagged by Chad Surber and brought in by his daughter, Lily, who is also enrolled in the class.
In fact, the young Surber took the lead in the classroom as she and a group of males se...