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    March 19, 2020

    In the MƒA workshop “Mysterious Meteorites,” teachers explored how the study of meteorites increases their students’ curiosity and interest in STEM fields.  


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    March 2, 2020

    MƒA Master Teacher Nasriah Morrison uses her MƒA fellowship to empower students of color to see themselves as mathematicians and scientists.  


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    February 28, 2020

    In the MƒA mini-course “Puzzles, Play, and Problem Solving: Breakout EDU in the STEM Classroom,” MƒA teachers explored play-based learning and used the design process to brainstorm,...


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    February 18, 2020

    MƒA President John Ewing joined host Dr. Scott Titsworth on NPR’s Teaching Matters podcast to talk about how MƒA is devoted to connecting mathematics and science teachers, empowering...


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    February 15, 2020

    Enrollment in high school Calculus has exploded in the past several decades. But maybe that’s not a sign of progress. For many students, the rush to Calculus is a bad idea.


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    February 5, 2020

    MƒA Master Teacher Bobson Wong and MƒA Chief Operating Officer Michael Driskill recently spoke with Kenneth Chang, science reporter at the New York Times, about a new method that may be...