**Part 1:**

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**â€śDoodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [1 of 3]â€ť Â this video talks about how spirals and Fibonacci are used in nature like in plants.

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**â€śHexaflexagonsâ€ť this video is based on a true story and shows when you flex a hexagon it turns to hexaflexagon.

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**â€śDoodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephantsâ€ť this video talks about infinite series and explains with pretty nicely examples.

**Part 2 &3:**

These videos were very interesting to watch even though she talks really fast. After watching these videos i felt very inspired and excited because i always knew that math is creative and did not thought that it can be taught in a creative way like this. One thing i learned after watching her videos was that math can be expressed and taught in more fun ways than i thought even though i knew that but seeing her as an example opened my eyes.

Watching her videos inspired more in teaching than math because it made curious of how she came up this idea of doodling in math can made you understand math more creatively and it inspires me to think that it will be my responsibilities to teach students math in a more fun and creative way when i became a teacher. I think there is a connection to last weekâ€™s assignment Â Lockhartâ€™s Lament because math is an art and these videos shows as an example how math can be taught creatively.

Actually yes! she talks a little fast but I kind of got used to it. Watching her videos closely really inspired me too and how well organized her math stuff are. Pretty unique I should say.