Huddle Up – Class leader using scholar’s graph to teach fundamentals of graph theory.
Get On Board – Scholars attempt to solve a problem posed to them during lecture on the boards.
Boards Talk – Young Scholar utilizes boards to put into practice concepts of graph theory.
Focus – Scholars getting close to solving a Rubik’s Cube on day 3 during break.
Graph Theory Notes – Young DaVinci reviewing graph theory notes from previous day.
Note This! – Scholars avidly jotting down notes during morning lecture.
Bright and Early – Scholar excited about starting day 3 off with graph theory.
Scholar Cubed – Young DaVinci coming to completion on Rubik’s cube at lunch time on Day 4
Spooked – Young DaVincis shocked at the photographic capturing of them geeking out with the Rubik’s cube during lunch.
Our Turn! – Young DaVincis creating their own version of Bridges of Konigsberg problem to uncover theorem from Graph Theory.
Mixed Reactions – Scholars find graph theory problem isn’t super straight forward.
Aristotle!? – Young DaVinci is shook as they hear a familiar name (Aristotle) during Debate Dynamics lecture.
Help! – Scholar converts picture representing Bridges of Konigsberg problem into a mathematical graph.
Let’s Debate – Class leader lectures on Debate Dynamics as scholars take notes and answer questions.
Collaboration Rules the Nation – Young DaVincis working together to solve a graph theory problem.
Show and Tell – Younger DaVinci showcases collection of graphical creations.
Find A Way – Two scholars discussing ways to cross all 7 bridges without crossing any twice (known as the Bridges of Konigsberg problem).
Creativity Graphs – Young scholar excited about graph creations.
Sketching Graphs – Scholar explaining
Graph Theory Intro – DaVinci showing off his graph creations on day one of graph theory.
Scholar to Scholar – Past DaVinci scholar delivers outdoor Rubik’s Cube clinic session to help wrap up the series and get scholars to complete the cube.
Scholar Family – DaVinci siblings discuss Rubik’s Cube solving methods during break.
TA Love – TAs can have fun, too.
Who has it? – Hiding the bottle during a game of 1 Fish, 2 Fish after lunch.
Hungry Scholars – DaVincis take a break from math and enjoy some lunch with a TA.
Lunch Time – Scholars enjoying a lunch break on Caltech campus
Let’s Get to Counting – Class leader lecturing on permutations as scholar answers question posed to entire class.
Math and Fashion – Scholar starts diagram to figure out how many outfits possible using permutations.
Math with Pictures – DaVinci showcasing counting scheme exercise used in Day 2.
Break Time – TA and scholars relaxing, practicing with Rubik’s Cube and sharing some laughs during break.
You Can Count On Me – Young scholar cracking down on counting problem provided with a little bit of whiteboard action!
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