MƒA teachers participate in and lead professional growth and enrichment opportunities throughout the year, ranging in focus from mathematics and science content to pedagogical practice and leadership. Below is a sample of our course offerings.
The concept of a fraction is very challenging for students to understand and likewise one of the most difficult topics to teach.
We'll consider reciprocal equations and explore an efficient method for solving them that relates to solving quadratic equations.
Are you interested in making your school and classroom more sustainable?
The model of passively learning facts and reciting them out of context is no longer sufficient to prepare students for today's world.
Regardless of the schools in which we teach, race plays an important and often unexamined role in the classroom.
Have you wanted to include dissection in your classroom, but have been afraid of those first few steps in implementation?
Interested in creating or expanding a robotics program at your school but not sure where to start? Come to the MƒA RoboExpo!
Have you ever wondered how Scratch can be used to develop students' mathematical thinking?