Master of Arts in Mathematics Teaching
Master of Arts in Mathematics
This coed, blended program is designed for working professionals who wish to pursue an advanced degree while continuing their work with students and teachers. Course assignments have immediate application in school settings and support the work of teachers, coaches, and instructional specialists.
Why Educators Love Mount Holyoke’s Master of Arts in Mathematics Teaching Program:
Participate in meaningful activities that push your mathematical thinking and deepen your understanding. Work with colleagues from around the world who are deeply interested in the learning and teaching of mathematics.
We offer two scholarships to qualified teachers for our Master of Arts in Mathematics Teaching Program. The first is the Distinguished Teacher Leader Scholarship awarded to State Teachers of the Year and recipients of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. The other is the Emerging Teacher Leader Scholarship open to all applicants who show a strong interest in the learning and teaching of mathematics and are interested in developing their teacher leadership potential.
The MAMT program and course materials are designed and taught by the authors and contributors of the Developing Mathematical Ideas curriculum. This group of nationally recognized and award winning educational leaders have years of classroom teaching experience in the K-12 system and bring a wealth of knowledge to our program.
Practical and Meaningful Coursework
Grounded in classroom experience and examples of student thinking, the coursework has immediate application in your work setting.
Successful implementation of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) requires educators who have a deep, conceptual understanding of mathematics and can take on leadership roles in their systems. Our program gives you the knowledge and skills necessary to become an instructional leader in mathematics.
Our blended program is designed around working professionals’ schedules so you can balance career, academic, and life responsibilities while completing your degree. You have the option of traveling to Mount Holyoke College to attend the summer sessions or you can attend online through our new Virtual Learning Environments. Our academic year courses are all done online.
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