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.
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.
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.
Williamson, a Jamaica-born educator, has made an impact teaching science in Jamaican, Canadian, and New York school systems over the past 24 years.
Bukalov, who three decades ago emigrated from Ukraine to New York, trained Ukrainian math teachers and students on her way to becoming an award-winning teacher.
Williamson was honored with the MƒA Muller Award for her commitment to professional growth and her work leading and sustaining professional learning communities that serve other teachers.
Bukalov was honored with the MƒA Muller Award for her commitment to developing mathematics teachers through mentoring, modeling, authorship, and the design of professional learning experiences.
MƒA Master Teacher and 2023 Muller Award for Professional Influence in Education winner Ellie Williamson was highlighted in an Our Town “Your 15 Minutes” feature.
MƒA Master Teacher and 2023 Muller Award for Professional Influence in Education winner Larisa Bukalov was featured in a Chalkbeat New York “How I Teach” profile.
QNS.com published a feature story about one of the 2023 MƒA Muller Award for Professional Influence in Education winners, MƒA Master Teacher Larisa Bukalov who teaches at Bayside High School in Queens