Our Mission
Our Mission
The mission of the BYU Department of Mathematics Education is to prepare excellent teachers, teacher educators, and researchers in mathematics education, in an informed, reflective and continually renewing process.

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CPR for the Common Core: Using the Comprehensive Mathematics Instruction (CMI) Framework to Unpack Standards Across a Learning Cycle
CPR for the Common Core: Using the Comprehensive Mathematics Instruction (CMI) Framework to Unpack Standards Across a Learning Cycle
April 1, 2019
In April of 2018, Scott Hendrickson and Sterling Hilton, a professor in Educational Leadership and Foundations presented their findings, CPR for the Common Core: Using the Comprehensive
Congratulations winners of Student Research Conference.
Congratulations winners of Student Research Conference.
March 25, 2019
Congratulations to Katelyn Pyfer and Emily Kunz as the graduate student winners of the recent Student Research Conference. Also, Congrats to Navy Borrowman as the winner of the undergradua...
How students interpret line and vector integral expressions
How students interpret line and vector integral expressions
March 9, 2019
Professor Steven Jones is fascinated with how we, as humans, think and how we communicate with each other about our thoughts. He chose to teach at BYU because “It has such great students. I

About MEA

BYU Mathematics Education Association

Mathematics: Education for Eternity 

MEA is a student organization with a goal to provide all students interested in mathematics education with additional tools and resources  to help them become better math educators and also to promote unity among the students within the math education major.

MEA activities are designed to help the BYU students incorporate this motto into their education and their future careers.  Activities provided by the association include lectures, workshops and socials  which are intended to enrich the education of the members in ways that they will be able to pass on to their future students.