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MƒA Master Teacher Sendy Keenan called on teachers to push themselves outside of their comfort zones and work to create a more just education system in her speech at the 13th Annual MƒA Fall ƒunction.

MƒA Master Teacher Sendy Keenan called on teachers to push themselves outside of their comfort zones and work to create a more just education system in her speech at the 13th Annual MƒA Fall ƒunction.

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: 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.

What Makes a Teacher Community Excel?

MƒA Executive Director Megan Roberts explores “What Makes a Teacher Community Excel?”

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?

2017 MT²: Master Teachers on Teaching - Tamara Parks

What happens to a student when presented with real choice to control her own learning?

2017 MƒA Fall ƒunction: Brian Greene, Keynote Speaker

Brian Greene, Founder of the World Science Festival, spoke to 1,600 MƒA teachers, their guests, and other leaders in education at the 11th Annual MƒA Fall Function, a celebration of the teachers in the MƒA community. 

2017 MƒA Fall ƒunction: John Ewing, MƒA President

During his speech at the 11th Annual MƒA Fall ƒunction, MƒA President John Ewing focused on addressing common math and science misconceptions, promoting STEM literacy, and supporting the outstanding teachers doing just that.