Teacher Professional Development Grants (6-8)

  • Deadline: Nov 01, 2019

    Teacher Professional Development Grants (6-8)

    Supported by the Mary Dolciani Fund and NCTM 


    Grades: 6-8

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


    Christine E. Thereault Taking Action to Implement Ambitious Teaching Teachers in grade 6 through 8 will take part in a book study of Taking Action:  Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices for grades 6 - 8.  As ideas are learned and discussed, they will walk through the instructional process


    Sandra Argüelles Daire Focusing on Mathematics I teach Mathematics for two reasons: I love math and I love it when my students get enthusiastic about math. Because of this, I continuously look for opportunities to expand both my mathematics knowledge and pedagogy.  When researching for professional develo


    Shon J. Zelman Teaching Common Core Using “Principles to Action…”  With the transition to the Common Core State Standards we are seeing a fundamental cultural shift on how students learn and practice mathematics. With Common Core it is no longer acceptable to have students memorize definitions and practic


    Rachel A. Merkley Mathematically Empowering My Student Begins With Me    I believe that the most important way that I can impact learning in my classroom is to continually be learning myself. I want to know as much as I can about the best methods for helping facilitate learning for my students. Throughou


    Michelle Margaret Cook Ready, Set, Go! Rice University School Mathematics Project Summer Campus Program With the progression of education into the 21 st century, our students have to be able to compete globally for careers not yet imagined. Humble ISD has professed a commitment to support college and car


    Nina L. Sudnick Extremely engaging, problem-solving Mathematics education program in Appalachia  Developing and implementing the most engaging, problem-solving based mathematics program in Appalachia requires teachers to be fully versed in the latest theories and practices in mathematics education. To a