MƒA again partnered with The Story Collider, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing true and personal stories about science, to host one of our favorite MƒA Thursday Think events.
In this mini-course, MƒA teachers engaged in an NGSS data-driven investigation to learn more about the primary threats to coral reefs.
In this PLT, MƒA math teachers from various grade levels put themselves in their students’ shoes by working together to solve various math problems.
Over 200 MƒA teachers tuned in to watch the 10th Annual MƒA MT²: Master Teachers on Teaching virtual event, which happened in December 2021. Through inspiring and thought-provoking TEDx-style talks, f
In the fall, MƒA teachers participated in a mini-course designed to help teachers expand their knowledge of citizen science fieldwork and lead similar work with their students.
As educators in NYC schools who often serve a majority of young people of color, MƒA teachers wondered how they could improve the ways in which they support their students, especially during the COVID
The MƒA Equity Advisory Committee helps to refine a shared definition for MƒA and provide feedback on action plans designed to foster an inclusive and empowering learning environment for all MƒA teach
The MƒA mini course “A (Virtual) Night at the Museum” provided MƒA teachers with tools to do fieldwork even in the remote learning environment.
Teachers and students continue to face a prolonged period of heightened stress caused by the pandemic and a slew of social and political issues. The MƒA mini-course “Grit and Resiliency Skills to Incr
How might teachers infuse their instruction with anti-racist practices, student centered instruction, and equitable opportunities to support students during remote learning?