Our Vision
Our Vision
The vision of the BYU Math Education Department is that students in mathematics classrooms at all levels (elementary, secondary, and postsecondary) will be engaged in authentic mathematical work; will develop deep, connected understanding of mathematics; and will be empowered to effectively use their mathematical knowledge outside the classroom.

News

What Education Research Related to Calculus Derivatives and Integrals Implies for Chemistry Instruction and Learning.
What Education Research Related to Calculus Derivatives and Integrals Implies for Chemistry Instruction and Learning.
November 2, 2020
Steven Jones recently published a book chapter titled “What education research related to calculus derivatives and integrals implies for chemistry instruction and learning.” Steven has answ
Conducting a Timely Literature Search
Conducting a Timely Literature Search
October 20, 2020
Dan Siebert recently published a book chapter titled "Conducting a Timely Literature Search". The title of the book where Dan's chapter appeared is Designing, Conducting, and Publishing Qu...
Spirals, Triangles, and Tie-dyed T-shirts
Spirals, Triangles, and Tie-dyed T-shirts
September 29, 2020
Doug Corey recently published an article with some colleagues. The article was titled "Spirals, Triangles, and Tie-dyed T-shirts" in The College Mathematics Journal. Doug has answered a f...

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.