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  • Laser light show machine teaches students math, computer programming

    Students in an area middle school learned principles of coordinate math and computer programming by creating a laser light show in a collaborative project started by University of Illinois researchers in education and engineering. The team, from left, Joe Muskin, a visiting education coordinator in mechanical science and engineering; Adam Poetzel, an instructor of mathematics education in curriculum and instruction; and Arend van der Zande, a professor of mechanical science and engineering.

    Students in an area middle school learned principles of coordinate math and computer programming by creating a laser light show in a collaborative project started by University of Illinois researchers in education and engineering. The team, from left, Joe Muskin, a visiting education coordinator in mechanical science and engineering; Adam Poetzel, an instructor of mathematics education in curriculum and instruction; and Arend van der Zande, a professor of mechanical science and engineering.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Joe Muskin, call 217-265-6481; email jmuskin@illinois.edu

    To reach Adam Poetzel, call 217-333-0227; email apoetzel@illinois.edu

    To reach Arend van der Zande, call 217-244-2912; email arendv@illinois.edu