In Recent News:
CONGRATS Amy Tanner!!!
Congratulations to Amy Tanner, the 2017 recipient of the College of Physical and Mathematical Science’s excellence in teaching award for faculty with 3 – 10 years. A very deserving award, way to go Amy!
From a Love of Math to a Love of Teaching Math
Sharon Christensen was recently highlight in the CPMS Alumni newsletter. Please click here for more information.
Congratulations Shawn Green!
Congratulations to Shawn Green for being awarded the Outstanding Mathematics Education Student for Winter Semester 2017. We wish you the best as you finish up student teaching and begin working as a mathematics educator.
Making the MOST Out of Mathematical Thinking
Keith Leatham and Blake Peterson have spent several years working on recognizing teachable moments in the classroom. Please click here to read further.
Stephen Scott, BYU Mathematics Education Graduate, Utah Valley Educator of the Week
Stephen Scott, currently in our masters program and a graduate of BYU in Mathematics Education, was name Utah Valley Educator of the Week. Please click here for the article in the Daily Herald.
Congratulations Dawn Teuscher on NSF Grant!
Dawn Teuscher has received a National Science Foundation grant to investigate middle school teachers use of mathematics curriculum along with three associates from UNLV, University of Arkansas, and Grand Valley State University. Together they were awarded over $1M for this three-year study that will include teachers from four states.
Congratulations Natalie Moeller
Congratulations to Natalie Moeller for being awarded the Outstanding Mathematics Education Student for Fall Semester 2016. We wish you the best as you finish up student teaching and begin working as a mathematics educator.
Blake Peterson Devotional – May 24, 2016
Blake Peterson spoke at the BYU Devotional on May 24, 2016. Please click here for more information.
Congratulations to all our April 2016 graduates! Good luck on your future.
Engineered Math: The Nuts and Bolts of Teaching Mathematics
Steven Jones was featured in an article in the most recent Frontiers publication, please follow this link for the article.