Here's another story about a high school math program near Dallas that teaches geometry through home building, or, in this case, tiny home building. CBS DFW reports:

Most high school students do not build a house as a part of their curriculum, but several kids in Irving are doing just that in geometry class. It is a creative way of learning mathematics — in and out of the classroom — at MacArthur High School.

What looks like a construction site is actually geometry in action.

“We’re building a tiny home,” explained instructor David Lewis, who has been leading the budding construction experts as they erect homes that are only about 400 square feet in size. The students first learn the concepts in the classroom, then apply that knowledge outside.

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