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.
Would you like to maximize the use of Google docs, forms, and slides in your classroom?
Learn how to use Scratch to explore concepts in probability and implement fundamental tools in data handling and statistical analysis.
Are you interested in Project Based Learning (PBL), but don't know how to begin to design your own PBL experience?
Are you interested in reducing your own talk time and increasing student talk? Do you want to know what students are thinking?
What happens if we changed the definition of 'perpendicular' to allow certain lines to count as 'self-perpendicular'?
What are kids' bodies doing during math class? What role do they play in 'making sense,' versus disrupting learning?
In this workshop, we will explore how to use published data to integrate ecological and environmental issues into one study topic.
Physics applies to nearly every aspect of our daily lives, yet students often complain that it is the most abstract scientific discipline.