At MƒA’s Thursday Thinks speaker series, Dr. Jessica Ware presented an overview of dragonfly and damselfly evolution with new information on the evolution of flight and on how best to protect them.
How MƒA helped Seyi Okuneye increase student engagement and learning by creating virtual field trips.
In a Chalkbeat New York story about Illustrative Math curriculum, MƒA Master Teacher Jason Ovalles talks about why a set curriculum may help students understand math better.
The 15th Annual MƒA Fall ƒunction honors accomplished New York City mathematics and science teachers for making a lasting impact in local schools, communities, and the teaching profession.
At MƒA’s Thursday Thinks speaker series, Dr. Chad Topaz presented first-hand accounts of data-fueled racial justice efforts in the criminal justice system.
MƒA Chief Operating Officer Michael Driskill shares thoughts on EdWeek Research Center surveys that seem to reveal a disconnect between math education theory and the methods teachers actually use.
Nonprofit positions 900+ STEM leaders to take on leadership roles in local schools.
How MƒA motivated Erica Tunick to focus on cognitive demand in her classroom, offering an inside look into how her students were thinking.
How MƒA enabled two teachers to drive their own professional development and build a collaborative multi-school network for elementary math teachers.
MƒA Master Teachers and 2023 Muller Award for Professional Influence in Education winners Larisa Bukalov and Eillie Williamson were featured in two separate Patch.com news stories.