Videos

A community excels when teachers feel like they belong.

During her 2018 SXSW EDU Future20 presentation, MƒA Executive Director Megan Roberts explores “What Makes a Teacher Community Excel?” Hear Roberts deliver a 20-minute presentation that dives deep into the characteristics of professional development communities for STEM (Master) teachers, discussing the impact on them as individuals and on their schools.

Power of MƒA

Here at MƒA, we inspire great teachers to stay in the classroom and amplify their impact across their schools, their communities, and the profession at large.

MƒA at SXSW EDU 2019

MƒA teachers and leaders were selected to present at the 2019 SXSW EDU conference in Austin, Texas in March.

2018 MƒA Fall ƒunction: John Ewing, MƒA President

Addressing MƒA teachers, their guests, and other leaders in education, MƒA President John Ewing emphasizes MƒA’s belief that great STEM teachers are mathematicians and scientists themselves.

2018 MƒA Fall ƒunction: Kate Rubins, NASA Astronaut

Kathleen “Kate” Rubins, NASA Astronaut, was the keynote speaker at our 12th Annual MƒA Fall ƒunction.

2018 MƒA Fall ƒunction: Megan Roberts, MƒA Executive Director

Watch MƒA Executive Director Megan Roberts’ remarks and introduction of our featured teacher speakers.

2018 MƒA Fall ƒunction: Lynn Shon and José Vilson, MƒA Master Teachers

MƒA Master Teachers Lynn Shon and José Vilson were selected as the teacher speakers for the 12th Annual MƒA Fall Function.

MƒA Thursday Thinks: The Story Collider - Sage Forbes-Gray, MƒA Master Teacher

MƒA Master Teacher Sage Forbes-Gray tells her story about standing up for her identity and discovering the best ways to truly support her students, including LGBTQIA individuals.

MƒA Thursday Thinks: The Story Collider - Matt Baker, MƒA Master Teacher

MƒA Master Teacher Matt Baker explains that teaching is hard and how crucial it is for teachers to find a community that cares about them and the craft of teaching.

2017 MT²: Master Teachers on Teaching - Bruce Greenspan

What do bizarre medical treatments, the Sasquatch, and the science classroom have in common?