What is your Maths?
Everyone has "their math" that they do every day, addition, geometry, calculus, algebra, and more. Not all of these people learned their daily math in school. Not all of these people have taken the math they do daily in school; they learned out of necessity.
Each student will interview and learn the math of someone in their lives or someone out in the world. They will learn and write up these maths with explanations, demonstrations, and problem sets.
They will create a "Maths Text Book" and teach each other their Maths.
After the initial interview the students will write it up, create an infographic, and problem sets using the maths that they learned.
Students will teach each other.
The next step is looking for specific Maths that the teacher may suggest so that the students can cover what they need to during this term.
This project proves that Scope and Sequence is not entirely necessary in Mathematics, you can learn some trig, calculus, and algebra when and where you need it. Maths is not linear; it has unfortunately been taught that way for 110 years.
When a student asks her mother, "what math do you use?" Then the student finds out that her mom uses optimization every day. Even though she never took calculus in school. Maths will be accessible to everyone, mathematical equity!