Equity in Mathematics Grants (6-12)

  • Deadline: Nov 01, 2019

    Equity in Mathematics Grants (6-12)

    Supported by the Iris Carl Fund and NCTM   

     

    Grades: 6-8, 9-12

    Information on this and all of NCTM's Mathematics Education Trust grants, scholarships, and awards can be found on our Grants page.

     

    2017-18

    Darcy Ann Rainey Strengthening Students' Future with Chromebooks The NCTM Equity in Mathematics grant will provide my underachieving students the opportunity to learn and excel with innovative technology used in the real-world.  The daily use of Chromebooks will increase students' depth of knowledge, stre

    2016-2017

    Susan Rickey Moovin' and Groovin' with Reason I am a passionate teacher who values the education of my students; one that truly cares about their futures. I respect my position and my educational ability to teach students in math. I am very concerned about the gap between our not-economically disadvantage

    2015-16

    Jennifer Ann Walsh Complex Instruction and Effective Groupwork Strategies at Washington Middle School Complex Instruction (CI) is an effective group-based pedagogy grounded in research that can help teachers provide a rigorous and equitable classroom for all students, regardless of their ethnicity, langua

    2014-15

    Joanne M. Catlett Enhancing Math Instruction with Technology      The variations in the way in which students learn have been evident in my classroom each and every day over the past 20 years. Finding ways to engage every learner in the math lesson is one of the greatest challenges I have faced as

    2012-13

    Jennifer K. Stedman Creating Equity in the Classroom with the Help of Technology   Creating equity in middle school mathematics classes can be accomplished. The use of technology will help to achieve this by giving certain subgroups an opportunity to participate and interact in ways that are comfor

    Kristen L. Taylor Board with Math: Reaching the Underachieving Let's take the students at the bottom that have become bored with math and give them a fun opportunity to catch up to their peers! Using the new interactive whiteboard by SMART, I plan on delivering differentiated dynamic lessons to my small g

    2011-12

    Erin M. Casey Teaching with Technology Fifty percent of the students in 7th and 8th grade in the Marlborough Public Schools are underachieving in Mathematics on statewide assessments. The objective of this grant is to increase student achievement by increasing the use of technology in our math classroom

    Linda J. Janosky Closing the Gap and Raising the Bar  Measurement and number sense are two key concepts in math that are currently problem areas for two separate groups of students: our IEP students making one year of progress but still below proficient and our higher achieving students in the proficient

    2010-11

    Rhonda R. Wade Motivating with Mobi Approximately one-third of the students at Lake Jackson Intermediate School are at risk. Motivation is a key factor in helping these students become successful. This proposal capitalizes on student interest in technology to provide engaging and motivating activities. T

    Carrie L. Malinowski Reaching the Invisibles To create an RTI, Tier II class that provides individualized student lessons to promote retaining Number Sense, Computation and Geometry concepts for students who are one or more grade levels behind their peers. I am requesting computers, math manipulatives,