Mathematics Graduate Course Work Scholarships for Grades 9–12 Teachers

  • Deadline: Nov 01, 2019

    Mathematics Graduate Course Work Scholarships for Grades 9–12 Teachers

    Supported by the Dale Seymour Fund and NCTM
    Grades: 9-12

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



    Alexandra B. Starke Improving Teacher Quality to Increase Student Engagement and Understanding As the high school mathematics curriculum continues to change and evolve, it is essential for any mathematics teacher to remain engaged in higher level mathematics coursework and development. By pursuing advance


    Samrat S. Pathania Revival of Euclidean Geometry During my education, I felt the terrain of the mathematical landscape change as I traversed it, from applying mathematics as an engineer to discovering mathematics as a mathematician. I have realized that to understand its beauty, one must gain insight int

    Zachary Mark Searels Graduate Course Work Scholarship I want to become a better researcher and educator for my students. My students deserve a teacher devoted to researched methods. This course work can help guide me down the path of being the best teacher I can be. The course work I am taking prepares me


    Cara Ann O'Malley Mathematical Growth Graduate courses in mathematics can be challenging. Accepting and overcoming challenges helps people to grow. I intend to grow by increasing my understanding of mathematics through rigorous course work, and then I intend to share this growth with my students. My stude


    Joseph Gordon Whitfield, II Statistically Strengthening Students & Myself Statistically speaking, I am 100% committed to deepening my content area knowledge to provide a quality education for my students. Careful reflection on the Common Core State Standards highlighted areas of need in my pedagogical


    Casey Jean Richison More than Just an Answer My goal as a mathematics educator is not just to introduce mathematics topics and get students to produce right answers. I want to encourage students to look deeper and further for more understanding. Getting to a correct answer is important on state tests, bu


    Elizabeth D. Moore Making a "Significant" Difference…Statistically Speaking, of Course It is my analytical, mathematical heart's desire for my adolescent students to hear terms such as "sampling" or "mean" without immediately conjuring up ideas of tasting food or angry dispositions. Currently, a Statisti


    Kellie E. Nowak Increasing Math Content Knowledge through Online Learning  My objective for this proposal is to increase my students' content knowledge in upper level high school mathematics courses. Knowledge acquired through the coursework will be used to help my students increase their understanding